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GrappleRetarded 07-02-2012 08:08 PM

Breaking Bad Season 5
 
Who else is fecking pumped?!




Killz 07-03-2012 04:05 AM

ME! I can't freekin wait!!!!

xeberus 07-03-2012 04:54 AM

I am big time. :thumbsup:

No_Mercy 07-03-2012 09:01 AM

Good stuff. Anybody know if this is the last season...

Call Saul Goodman!

Killz 07-03-2012 09:25 AM

apparently they are splitting it into 2 parts. One to air this summer, the 2nd part to air next spring.

GrappleRetarded 07-03-2012 10:18 AM

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Originally Posted by No_Mercy (Post 1598409)
Good stuff. Anybody know if this is the last season...

Call Saul Goodman!

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Originally Posted by Killstarz (Post 1598411)
apparently they are splitting it into 2 parts. One to air this summer, the 2nd part to air next spring.

The dude who plays Jesse said on Twitter that they couldn't split it into parts like that, so it's actually going to be two numbered seasons.

Looks like Walt is in full Heissenberg mode for this entire season.

"We're done when I say we're done". Goosebumps.

Killz 07-03-2012 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by GrappleRetarded (Post 1598416)
The dude who plays Jesse said on Twitter that they couldn't split it into parts like that, so it's actually going to be two numbered seasons.

Looks like Walt is in full Heissenberg mode for this entire season.

"We're done when I say we're done". Goosebumps.

Great news! I wasn't to happy with them splitting it.

Sharon 07-08-2012 02:34 PM

butt itches

No_Mercy 07-09-2012 12:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Sharon (Post 1601210)
His cancer could be seen to represent his own bitterness and frustration and in chinese medicine terms, the lung emotionally represents unresolved grief. So having lung cancer can be seen as unresolved grief. So the life he thought he was going to lead, being the great chemist with Gretchen by his side and all is not revealed until the Gretchen restaurant scene.

I think it's interesting that once Walt starts being THE Walt he wants to be, the cancer goes into remission. I would imagine that unless he goes back to his old life or a life where he is not fulfilled, his cancer will still be in remission.

Very symbolic. More posts like this and you're on your way in becoming a respected member. Only took me approximately six years to achieve gold status...lolz!

W.W. is one diabolical and machiavillian anti-hero. There's really no other TV show quite like this.

Sharon 07-09-2012 04:23 PM

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Originally Posted by No_Mercy (Post 1601547)
Very symbolic. More posts like this and you're on your way in becoming a respected member. Only took me approximately six years to achieve gold status...lolz!

W.W. is one diabolical and machiavillian anti-hero. There's really no other TV show quite like this.

Personally I feel that I have done enough to demand respect even before this post, but thanks anyways hun! :)

Yeah, he really is a tragic figure, a lost soul who's just got this immense bitterness that only dares threaten to come out once he is on the verge of death. Hank, by contrast is this alpha male who faced death but had the opposite reaction to Walt - he regressed. His confidence diminished and he actually felt genuine fear.

I should so totally write this show!!


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