I'm wondering when he will back hand Hank and walk away with no explanations. Can't quite put my finger on it - maybe the opening newscast felt slightly '90s-style or maybe the whole sequence went a little long overall.
That should be fun. Justified, "Fixer": Why was Axe supposed to be so much worse than your average titan of the market? Share This. The writing, acting, and photography are fantastic.
In an era where too many series drag their feet because they believe they can get away with it, the stories gallop with such swiftness — even as the show deftly uses an Investment of the Week structure to keep individual hours from feeling shapeless or obligatory — that questions of emotional investment are superseded by curiosity about what could possibly happen next.
It can be completely disjointed, and never referenced, because the teasers exist in an almost separate universe than the rest of the story.
I disagree with everyone saying that Jesse has embraced being a bad guy and will live up to it. Chloe Gilke 02. People crawling on the ground for unknown reasons, an expensive luxury car appearing in the middle of a poor area, skeleton god idols and Vin Diesel understudies in Italian suits robotically moving about the area.
In fact, I was impressed with how clearly they communicated that, and without dialogue at that, given my complete lack of familiarity with what I now learn is called Santa Muerte. Cousins - whats up w them? He didn't love her or his daughter so much that he put them over getting to his drug deal on time.
And let's not forget that he did survive the cancer. So, some high school do teach it.
What's with the silver skulls on the boots? First, as a biochem major, I can absolutely attest to the self centered personality traits of chemistry professors and those in that field of study that Walter embodies.
It was the second part that took me longer to come around on. There's no reason to believe he didn't go into drug dealing for any other reason. Love is a ba... He can say no to drugs personally but not professionally because, what does he have to say yes to?
You know, a lotta ins, lotta outs, lotta what-have-yous. Solving a belly big problem for 'Parks and Recreat... Go to jail or lose your family, but you're going to lose your family either way, but at least this doesn't seem as selfish.