Great as always guys! You two always crack me up. I hope Walt doesn't show up on your front door demanding you give up the "Talking Bad" name - even though you had it first...Anyhow - I'm sure you've seen this 12 minute Jimmy Fallon Breaking Bad parody by now, but in case anyone hasn't, enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duKL2dAJN6I
Prediction - walt will lose all his money and have to be a high school chemistry teacher again.Jessy & him will endup hooking up to cook meth in a mobile home in the desert again....
...and that is where it will end.
How does Todd go from dead-on accurate at the end of the train heist to this?http://i.imgur.com/uvQfU5F.png
Excellent job per usual. You called it! Jesse went after Walt's money. This was an unbelievable episode with a gut-wrenching twist of fate. Unless Hank has been to the Jack Bauer school of crisis management, he's toast. There's a certain sense where this feels like a formality -- like we're checking off items on a list. Walter's demise is inevitable, even if that demise means he has to witness the full measure of the destruction he's caused.
Alright, found out what happened...I think my friend got a little shy and took his video down, not knowing I had posted it on here. I told him to put it back up, so he made a new one. I now think his Jesse Pinkman voice may be the best. :)http://instagram.com/p/eNRmOIlXOZ/#You can follow him at:http://instagram.com/jbrogie#https://twitter.com/joebrogieHe is a wonderful magician and does many more voices then just Breaking Bad charaters. If you leave nice comments, maybe he'll post more impersonations. ;)Also, GREAT job on the podcast. I like your theories a lot, even the crazy one of Walt shooting Hank in the head. I think this next episode will definitely carry on the theme of the poem, showing the empire's fall. Thank you guys!!
Another fantastic episode guys! With the amazing legacy this show has created already, what kind of ending would leave you disappointed?
Nice work with the weekly episode wrap-ups, enjoy listening to them at work. After watching this episode, my immediate prediction was the same as yours Bryan. I think Todd and his uncle will use Jesse to cook for them. You mention in this podcast that no body takes any notice of Walt's car, there is a slight moment where Todd's uncle looks over at Jesse in the car, but for the rest of the shoot-out he seems to go unnoticed. So i think it kinda hints it's in the back of his mind. I think a lot of crew will get taken out and while someone goes after Jesse, Walt will somehow escape. I did have a hunch that Walt grabs the M60 and car from this shootout. But from memory, future-Walt is driving a red beaten up car. It's possible he'll obtain this from the crew's hideout. Next episode will show that Walt is on his own from here on in. Skyla has been getting in his ear about taking out Jesse, so there may become more involvement from her. I honestly don't know but next episode is going to be crazy!!! I love the "final goodbye" setup they did with Hank in this episode too, it's one of those moments where you know he's gone for. My wife had her eyes covered for the rest of the episode. That's what makes the writers so brilliant because it sets you up with all this emotion, just to be left disappointed that nothing bad actually happened or Hank didn't die, so then your upset he didn't and have to wait for it and go through the emotion all over again. Keep up the great reviews! Cooba.
Ozymandias was both the most intense and the saddest thing I've ever seen. At some point, I would think we'd just be running down the checklist of horrible outcomes, but somehow, they keep throwing more body blows at you. Still very compelling storytelling even when everyone knows where this is all headed. Can't wait to hear Blake and Brian's thoughts. Keep up the good work.