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Re: Breaking Bad (Season 5 - Second Half - 2013)
« on: August 27, 2013, 02:41:30 pm »
Blood Money



I really don't have the patience to sit around and wait for this Season to end and then on top of that wait for it to arrive on DVD and then on top of that wait in line at the Library to get my copy. All while avoiding spoilers that are sure to big news after the final episode airs. That's just too many variables that I don't want to have to deal with. So, watching it via AMC on their website is the best solution and I dove head first into Blood Money.

With the exception of the opening scene, which shows Walt with a full head of hair and beard visiting his broken down and tattered house retrieving the vile of ricin that he hid in the bedroom socket outlet, Blood Money literally picks up from the cliffhanger of the previous episode where Hank discovers who Heisenberg is, aka Walt. Obviously Hank doesn't want to rush to judgement and sets about doing more detective work to get concrete proof. I thought this would be how the rest of the season would play itself out. All cat and mouse. Nope. To my surprise, Walk grows suspicious and confronts Hank about it. And sure enough, they have their big face to face showdown, which is about the most electric thing I've seen on the show. I literally was holding my breath the entire time.

I can't wait to watch the next to episodes waiting for me. But I'm gonna try to space them out and not plow through these too fast. Need to savor this and make it last. Anyway, this second half of the season is off and running. I'm happy and excited to say the least. As for the flashfoward scene that opened this season as well as the first half of Season 5, I like it. It shows us the viewer that they are leading somewhere big, one that seems to have Walt in a tailspin and something big had to have played out or will play out. How else to explain the need to have ricin again?
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