#6-1. Walt, Hank, Jesse, Gomez, Todd, and Uncle Nazi and the Good-Time Gang
There will be blood. Not yet — Hank/Gomie and the Good-Time Gang are about as good with their guns are Stormtroopers are with their lasers — but it’s coming; it has to. The desert shootout was the moment every episode, every scene of the show has been barreling toward (note the acknowledgement of the pilot), and written another way, it could have worked as act two of the three-act finale. Instead, we’ve still got a trio of episodes to go, and I see the show going one of two ways: Hank dying and Walt refusing to cook for the Nazis, or…Hank dying and Walt refusing to cook for the Nazis. So, yeah, I can’t see a scenario where that doesn’t happen, with the guns Walt is stockpiling being used against Uncle Jack & Co. For what reason, though? In the flashbacks, we know that Walt tried to physically move on, with a different identity and different name, but he was unable to emotionally — what could possibly bring him back to Albuquerque, to his old house with his old hidden ricin capsule? I’m not sure (I’m tired of being wrong, so I’m totally not going to mention my “Nazis make Jesse cook, Walt comes back to retrieve Jesse for redemption’s sake, Jesse kills Walt” theory), but if I were Lydia, I’d make sure to brew my own cup of tea at home.
Also, cow house.
I want more like this!
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