Those two dudes are serious. This isn't some crazy-ass middle of the pack dealer like Tuco we're talking about. Walt is in serious shit.
Yeah, and to think that those dudes are probably just some henchmen for whichever Mexican cartel honcho is feeling pressed upon. I thought they were pretty scary up until the slow mo walk away from the exploding truck part, then I felt like it was a little too low budg' action movie villain for me.
But the chicken king pin guy suddenly scares the crap out of me! Something's not right with that man, and since he damn well knows Hank is Walt's brother-in-law, why offer Walt that big job at all? Something's not right. I kept expecting him to smile all sweetly and say, "I'm going to kill your entire family if you don't do this job..."
Jesse, still one of the most tragic TV characters I've ever seen. I'm worried about where his new "I'm the bad guy" outlook on life is going to take him.
And I know it's wrong, but I laughed really hard at Walt's horrible, horrible speech at the school grief session thing. Yeah, Ms. Principle lady, maybe don't ask the only murderer on your staff to give the pick me up speech next time?
Oh, I didn't think so. He disappears for days, has a whole lot of money out of thin air, a secret cell phone, and was canoodling with Jesse, who she knew as a drug dealer. I think she had enough proof to come to that conclusion.
I agree with this. Also, Skylar must have heard by then how Hank ended up in the desert because of tracking Jesse's car. Walt was missing at the same time, so I don't think it was much of a stretch for her to put together a pretty shady picture of Walt's dealings.
Edited by Maka, Mar 21, 2010 @ 10:26 PM.