LSUzealot New Orleans Saints Fan Napoleon and Magazine Member since Sep 2003 51971 posts
re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7 (Posted on 8/25/13 at 10:09 pm to Flair Chops)
quote: Huell lifting his pot with him being none the wiser was the domino that made the rest fall into place. Walt is a chemist. He knew that the reactions were similar but that Lotv wasn't as big of a risk to Brock's safety and wouldn't land Jesse in jail when he eventually realized the ricin was gone and blamed himself. And he knows Walt has been lying to him. And that Walt will stop and nothing to save his own ass, even if it means innocent people get hurt. Walt has made it abundantly clear that he would do anything for his family, as well as himself. Jesse knew it, but the Lotv temporarily gave Walt his innocence in the matter
re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7 (Posted on 8/25/13 at 10:11 pm to LSUzealot)
Not really. Jesse had the suspicion to begin with. The ricin was a plot device that allowed Walt to manipulate Jesse into siding with him on the killing of Gus. It's like Jesse blocked it out of his mind, but having Huell pickpocket him again, everything connected. Saul then confirmed his suspicions.
re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7 (Posted on 8/25/13 at 10:30 pm to Charlie Arglist)
I don't think this episode was as great as some of you make it. While I don't ever question the writers here, but why the gasoline cliffhanger when we all know the house doesn't burn down? Is Jr finding out this way that important in the storyline?