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- briahillenbran_...Jun 28, 2016by
Awesome season and series.
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- geinfish5Dec 16, 2013by
Perfect Show to Watch in a Marathon
First, let me say that I don't think anybody has created a bad guy as realistic as the one on this show. If you've read that evil can be essentially a banal characteristic, that is certainly true of this villain. Gus, the villain, meets with Walt after Walt has gone against all of his wishes. He'd like to kill him but it is truly like killing the goose which laid the golden egg. Gus forces Walt to take the former lab assistant and obviously plans on killing Walt as soon as as the other guy can cook meth. I loved it at one point where Gus was insulted that anyone could think he would kill a child as part of his drug empire's dealing. It is obvious he will kill anyone who gets in his way but he has views of himself which imply he has certain good characteristics left in his nature. He doesn't. So it comes down to this: Gus is now Walt's and Jesse's enemy. How can they survive him? That is the crux of the concluding episode and obviously will be the opening of season 4.Read full review
- the_ace26Nov 09, 2013by
Ah, those were the days. Nobody could fault Walt when he strangled Krazy-8 with a bicycle lock, only two hours into the series. If television shows have conversion moments, that was mine. This was back in the chaotic, improvisatory days of Walt’s entry into the drug business, when the acid he’d intended to dissolve a tattooed corpse ended up eating right through a bathtub, so that the “raspberry slushie” of those human remains seemed as though it might leave a stain on the whole world. In a way, it has. Each season, Walt has made far less justifiable choices, each one changing him, with a throb of arrogance here, a swell of egotism there. We’re deep in the Scarface stage; the hero of the show is now its villain. There are only ten episodes left, eight of them due next summer, a welcome deadline that has allowed Gilligan to shape his ending without the vamping that mars so many multi-season dramas. But, even if his show ends brilliantly, he’s already told us that it won’t end wellRead full review
- lansky2000Jan 05, 2015by
Excellent follow-up to the unparalleled Season Four...
This was the set-up series that preceded one of the greatest TV seasons (Season Four) of all time. Though not as dynamic as Season Four, it built a great foundation and gave no indication of the fireworks ahead. If you're collecting the series, I suggest you go from Four to Six and then grab this one. You won't hesitate in buying the first three, it's one of the greatest series of all time.
- jjkml0725Dec 24, 2012by
Wow Cranston and Paul deliver the best action ever seen on any screen. WOW
WOW WOW WOW Cranston is fantastic. Hands down best show on television. A new bar has been set, and it will hold for decades. Makes you really evaluate your humble, predictable life. Nail biting, pencil chewing, edge of your seat thrill ride. Paul and Cranston are the odd couple of mayham. This insane partnership delivers all the goods. I am patiently waiting for season 4. I cant believe how slow the mail is. How could they ever top season 3? Hurry up mailman.
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