daaaaaamn the end of season 3 is crazy
Qoorl and i have watched the first 3 seasons of the Big Bang Theory since christmas.
DON'T PUT THAT IN YOUR MOUTH! IT WAS MADE IN CHINA!!!- Alora Owens: Age 6
as soon as I was about to post I got raped... -Kirby: Age... whatever
I haven't slept in 24 or more hours. that's how my day was. I'm starting to have trouble spelling.
Flame,Troll and Spoil
a dichotomy i found interesting: you see a lot of walt physically in the show; by which i mean, him in short underwear, in the shower, basically lots of him half naked. gus, however: theres actually a lot of him meticulously taking off and putting on his coat/glasses, even the last thing he does is adjust his tie. i think it speaks to the moral questions of the show, ie what exactly makes a 'criminal' or a 'bad person', and would everyone be able to skirt the bounds of morality as easily as walt in such extreme situations, or is it something inherent in him? gus is clearly a ruthless, terrible person, its easy to present him as a caricature. but i think the show goes to quite a length to humanize walt while we seem him come closer and closer to gus-level actions and manipulations in quite a short period of time.
yeah they use a live audience but sitcom actors screw up so much and audiences are so unpredictable that its highly inconceivable that they dont use a laugh track at all. and i doubt any audience laughs so loud after every line like the 'audience' in the big bang theory does.
live audiences are coached to laugh at every joke
in what sense? it was a great way to end the episode and revealed a whole new level of what legths walt is willing to go to, so as a plot device it was great. how we was able to do it though, i dunno, dropped a bunch on jesse's lawn that time he went to see him hoping the kid would eat some? probably wouldnt have been too hard to replace one of jesse's cigarettes at some point.
what was the motivation in poisoning the kid? how did he expect jesse to react?
he expected to be able to sell jesse on it being gus's doing, which was reasonable enough, so he would have someone who's still in with gus to help assassinate him.
im sure he expected jesse to come to him first, not necessarily to blame him but at least to tell walt before he did anything else.
i dont know. seemed far fetched to me. im sleepy now so i cant formulate my thoughts. maybe ill elaborate on it tomorrow.
He knew Jesse would blame him because Walt saw the kid the other day and Walt knew Jesse cared about the kid.