After being diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, Walter White resorts to manufacturing methamphetamine to ensure his family’s financial security when he dies. As the series progresses, Walter gradually becomes dangerous and takes on a more villainous role.
remember when i said i’m never talking about breaking bad again i was lying it’s the only thing i care about it’s my only defining characteristic it’s who i am
no that is false. a hyperbole
but breaking bad
nothing i say can express just how i feel about breaking bad and in particular tonight’s episode so i’m never talking about breaking bad again i hate it the show has ruined me it’s fantastic and terrible every day until the next new episode will have a consistent source of pain that i will be forced to endure
the end that’s it
Someone set the Walt/Walt Jr. new car scene from this season of “Breaking Bad” to the Mentos jingle and it is as delightful as you would imagine.
It’s quite possible everyone has already spent the time looking this bit of information up, but for those of us who are a little lazy or let’s call it busy, I did the googling for you. On this week’s episode of Breaking Bad (Buyout), Walt tells Jesse he can go home while they are making the meth. Jesse collects his stuff and Walt starts getting ready in the tented room and begins whistling making Jesse pause outside the tent. I made a mental note to find out what he was whistling, because Vince Gilligan doesn’t do anything without a reason. Walt was whistling a Queen song called ‘Lily of the Valley’.