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Fans this week kept themselves busy talking about their favorite moments from Season 2, making predictions for Season 3 and debating whether Walt has lost the audience’s sympathy.
“The best moment of Season 2… I actually have two favorites: when Tuco’s thug doesn’t want to bury their ‘co-worker’ in the junk yard because “it’s just not Christian,” and when Tuco’s uncle started ringing that darn bell to communicate with Tuco. We laughed so hard! I love how Breaking Bad can be so dark one minute and then has you cracking up the next.” — JDimer
“The best moment from Season 2 was Jesse saving that kid from his disgusting junkie parents. That entire episode showed just how destructive drugs can be, and that they affect more than just their users. It also showed that Jesse can do good things for people when his parents or Walt aren’t constantly putting him down.” — Jack92
“The one development that will really be interesting will be the plane crash investigation, which will lead to a more intense look at the death of Jesse’s girlfriend. What was going to be just a junkie that died in her sleep will now become a huge case and a real hard look at Jesse. The biggest question is going to be who will attempt to kill Walter: Gus or the lawyer so he can keep 400k that he has? My guess will be both will try to kill Walter and Jesse.” — kevin o
“Walt has been kicked out by Skyler so Walt takes his money and rents a small place. Soon after Jesse detoxes he needs a place to to live as well…. Wouldn’t that be great, a whole season of Walt and Jesse living together? They would be fighting over stuff like Walt smoking up all of Jesse’s weed. Jesse does the laundry and by accident washes a red shirt with their whites, turning everything pink. (Is that a pun of some kind?) Walt gets mad cause the only thing in the house to eat is Funyuns… I think you get the idea.” — Blue Runner
“Let’s not send Walt to damnation so quickly. His character is more complicated than that. When he went to talk to Jesse, he had no idea that a junkie could choke to death on their own vomit. It took him by surprise and Walt doesn’t DO surprises. He wants a nice neat logical world where everything turns out as expected — just like a chemistry formula.” — WalkerColt
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