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Hugo Stiglitz
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Plus, frick Hank. He's annoying and only worried about a bust.

If you believe in poetic justice, hank will prevail. Walt will not.






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If you believe in poetic justice, hank will prevail. Walt will not.

balance of power.

walt pWND hank in this episode with the epic 'marie? what $177,000????'

looked like hank was now walt's bitch.

now that jesse has come unhinged, balance is restored and even with jesse and hank on the same side, its a draw at best right now.


..and have an a-1 day.






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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


How about some credit for Pinkman FINALLY realizing that Walt has been manipulating him this WHOLE TIME.

Every single thing Walt has said to him for months has been a lie to manipulate him. When they are in the desert and he says "stop gaming me" I said DAMN JESSE FINALLY. THANK YOU.

The last scene when he realized the whole Brock/Gus/cigarette episode was all LIES was just awesome.

Hank's world of shite and Jesse's eyes finally opening to the horrible reality of Walt made this episode an ALL-TIMER.

THis is the most gripping and well written show EVER on TV!!






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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


Can you imagine if Jesse found out about Walt watching Jane die?

Yikes






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TigerRad
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Can you imagine if Jesse found out about Walt watching Jane die?



I think at some point when Walt's cruelty becomes more overt (he has little left to hide at this point anyway), he may tell Jesse about that just to spite him. It's the full manifestation of his evil, in its earliest form.

The Aaron Paul acting last night was just all-time great and that scene would be a-ma-zing.






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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


I loved Marie telling Walt to just kill himself. If you remember the intervention they had about trying to get Walt to go to treatment, Marie was the only one who support Walt's decision to just die.





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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


Skyla just looked at the bitch like she wish she would die. Skyla realizes that all Marie wants to do is just take her kids. She could care less about her or Walt.





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"Goodbye Jesse Pinkman, hello Mr Credit to Society"







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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


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looked like hank was now walt's bitch. now that jesse has come unhinged, balance is restored and even with jesse and hank on the same side, its a draw at best right now.


I don't know.

Hank's boss already told him to back off Jesse once again.

In the previews for next week it appears Jesse is storming back to Hank's work.. Does anyone at ABQPD even give a rip about Heisenberg right now?

Prediction:

Hank is seen arguing with him in plain site again and is put on some type of leave.






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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


What are the odds Jesse finds out Heisenberg let Jane die? I mean, this has to happen before it's all over with, right?





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i dont see how it happens unless walt tells him

id love for jesse to be dying, let's say, bleeding from a gunshot from walt, and walt tells him before he dies






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id love for jesse to be dying, let's say, bleeding from a gunshot from walt, and walt tells him before he dies

That would be fricked up, even for Heisenberg.






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id love for jesse to be dying, let's say, bleeding from a gunshot from walt, and walt tells him before he dies


That could be seen as purely malicious or helping ease Jesse's conscience concerning his culpability in Jane's death. Very Heisenbergy indeed.






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helping ease Jesse's conscience concerning his culpability in Jane's death.


That would be a good way for it to go down if it does.






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YumYum Sauce
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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


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What are the odds Jesse finds out Heisenberg let Jane die?


But Jesse never suspected anything about Jane's death. Meth head OD's, chokes on own vomit. Very plausible and probable.

Not sure Jane would even come up unless Walt was talking about it out of spite.






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That could be seen as purely malicious or helping ease Jesse's conscience concerning his culpability in Jane's death. Very Heisenbergy indeed.


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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


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heroin addict OD's, chokes on own vomit






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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


Why can anyone guess that Hank hasn't reported his guess that walt is Heisenberg to DEA? Couldn't they begin tracking Walt? Is he worried that DEA can really come down to him because its been under his nose for several years?
What if Gomey and friends actually find out that Walt is Heisenberg and that Hank had already suspected this but didn't do anything with his finding? Is he screwed b/c of Walt's 'confession' dvd?

Pulling for Team Walt - Marie is a annoying bitch.






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Is he screwed b/c of Walt's 'confession' dvd?


he's screwed because his dumb-ass wife took $177,000 (thinking it was illegal gambling winnings) to pay for PT and no matter what, he has to explain that one.






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YumYum Sauce
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re: Breaking Bad S5E11 8/25 "Confessions" Episode Talk STARTS On PG. 7


Hank takes this case very personal and wants to be the one to bring down the kingpin. He didn't know about the money until the confession video.

He knows he doesn't have anything solid yet on Walt so wants proof before telling the DEA because he will immediately be taken off the case due to family proximity.






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