Originally posted by Glasses
shocking! I was starting to have a crush on the girl, oh lorrrrd whyyyyyyy!
haha are you kidding... i hated her so much in the last episode, what an annoying bitch... i thought the way she went out wasn't climactic enough. lol
Registered: Jul 2006
Jessi's girl was indeed acting like a total bitch. I hated how she took control of the situation (i.e., by forcing Walt to bring over Jessi's cash) so easily even though she did absolutely nothing to help generate the income. I'm glad she (appears to have) died; although I do feel bad for her father. Even though I've come to dislike her character (b/c of this most recent episode), I have to say that there was something about seeing her get back into using drugs that made me feel quite uneasy: I can't pinpoint exactly what it is but it has to do with the fact that she so easily and so thoroughly started using again. On a related note, I felt bad for Jessi when his g/f's father essentially blamed Jessi for his daughter's relapse even though she was the one who introduce Jessi to injecting heroin.
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Registered: Jan 2008
Location: Inside a Meditative Turtle
thats so far away
Registered: Dec 2003
Location: richmond hill, ontario, canada
Originally posted by Geoffb3
thats so far away
10 months break. argh.
MILD SPOILERS in the 3rd paragraph.
"It's going to be a real good day in the writers' room," says Breaking Bad executive producer Vince Gilligan, whose show just received a Best Drama Emmy nomination.
Season 3, which premieres in March, goes into production in August. So what can fans expect?
"We're going to touch on an interesting real-life religion that is taking hold down in Mexico these days," spills Gilligan. "It's the cult of Santa Muerte, which is Saint Death. It's a religious movement that worships the idea of death itself. We have a couple of characters who we meet in the midst of making a pilgrimage down to one of these saint's shrines. These are a couple of bad guys who are going to cause all kinds of problems for Walter White [Bryan Cranston] down the road."
Bryan, last year's Best Actor winner and a current nominee, is directing the season premiere
and has already begun plotting the New Mexico shoot. "It's bizarre and chilling," he reports. "The first image you see in the opening teaser will be the Santa Muerte deity. We reveal ways
those who are devotees show their respect and worship." Walter will also come to realize his culpability in the plane crash that ended last season "as well as his culpability in the failure of his marriage," says Bryan.