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Can't wait to get homeSeason 04, Episode 01 – “Box Cutter”
In the Season 4 opener, Walt and Jesse’s lives hang in the balance as Gus takes some expensive steps to guarantee that he continues to be supplied with a “pure” product. Meanwhile, Skyler is concerned about Walt’s whereabouts, and Marie puts on a happy face to deal with a depressed Hank.
Great Season Opener...
Damn Gus show us who the Alpha Male around love how he calmly wear those industrial uniforms then slowly walk and get the box cutter to slit victor throat. cold blooded [spoiler end]
I'm disappointed with the season's premier episode. The only redeeming point in this epi is how Gus showed to Walter who's the boss.
More on Walt:
"If you watch enough of these episodes, you realize eventually that Walt was a good man, but this thing he’s chosen to do is changing him," Gilligan told The New York Times this week. "He becomes harder and harder to root for.”
Saying the Emmy-winning series was "never intended to be an open-ended show," Gilligan is also steadfast in his plans to conclude it after season five, ratings and critical acclaim be damned.
Will Walter live to see the final credits?
"I can’t imagine him not dying," Gilligan teases. "Although it may not be from lung cancer.”
We saw just bad Sklyer can break. And her smooth, calculated, business-like approach seemed to scare Walt almost as much as Gus does. Perhaps that's because it was eerily reminiscent of Gus. It's easy to imagine him hiring a fake water inspector in his early days, isn't it?
On Breaking Bad last night, Walt took a look at the hand he was dealt, realized he was all in with little chance for victory, but refused to fold.
Forced card metaphors aside, "Bullet Points" was a phenomenal episode, one that proved this series really can do it all.
Little by little, week by week, Walter White is getting smaller and smaller.
On "Cornered," he was once again phased out of the business while, perhaps even more damaging, even if the Heisenberg side of him doesn't want to admit it, he was outed by his wife as the dangerous, prideful, power hungry meth manufacturer that he is.
.. he's left out after sometimes, tama ba?
my prediction : gus will be killed. walter will be entangled with the powerful mexican drug cartel
freaking nice episode!
#BadAss episode btw Salud means Health i google it..
Im expecting Hector would be piss in his pants
best episode of the season so far
i wonder how will jessie get out of mexico with 2 dying men?
time to call walter?