Confessions ended on a wild cliffhanger, with Jeese pouring gasoline all over Walt’s house after learning that it was Walt, not Gus who poisoned Brock. Well this episode, Rabid Dog, deals with the aftermath. We find out how Walt really feels about Jeese, Hank gets his first taste of what it’s like to work with Jeese and Saul treats us to another colorful metaphor.
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Mad Men and Firefly alum, Christina Hendricks wants a role on Game of Thrones. As far as I’m concerned she can pretty much do anything she damn well pleases. With Mad Men ending in less than a year Hendricks has expressed interest in making the jump to Westeros. Hendricks told The Hollywood Reporter, “I want to wear pelts and horns and ride around on horseback.”
If you were disappointed with last week’s episode, fear not because Confessions absolutely delivers! Walter gives his “confession” to Hank and Marie, whilst trying to avoid being annoyed to death by the waiter from Office Space. After that, it starts to look like Walt is in the clear, again, only for Jeese to threaten everything that Walt has accomplished, yet again. To be fair to Jeese, this time around he has a damn good reason to.
I know I’m going to sound like a fan boy when I say that Game of Thrones is a show like no other, but… Game of Thrones is a show like no other! Most shows are fairly predictable and determining which characters will live or die is about as difficult as foreseeing what will happen in a show’s intro the second time around. That’s not to say that there aren’t clues about what direction Game of Thrones will take, but more often than not, if you’ve stayed away from spoilers, you’ll be genuinely shocked by some of the events. Over three seasons there have been numerous events which took me completely by surprise, and I’ve managed to narrow them down to what I feel are the 10 Most Shocking Moments of Game of Thrones!
In last week’s episode of Breaking Bad we finally got to see what we had all been waiting years for, the epic showdown between Walter White and Hank Schrader! Walt walked away from that exchange looking to be in control, channeling Heisenberg, cautioning Hank to tread lightly. This week we see Hank call Walt’s bluff and go straight for the jugular. Not only that, but we learn just how much fear Heisenberg commands when Huell suggests to Kuby that they abscond with Walt’s money before Kuby kindly reminds him of Heisenberg’s prison massacre.
At last weeks Otakon Convention in Dallas, Funimation made a slew of announcements that would make any Otaku’s panties drop. How fitting, amiright? Spokesmen from Sunrise International announced that FUNinmation studios acquired the rights to many series including additional episodes of Fairy Tail, Tales of the Abyss, both seasons of Code Geass, including the Akito OVA and the Banner of the Stars series.
This deleted scene was originally shown exclusively to those who were lucky enough to attend the Game of Thrones panel at San Diego Comic-Con. A month or so later we thankfully have the opportunity to see what they were treated to. The scene features Tywin Lannister in a rare moment of leisure: he’s enjoying some fishing when he’s approached by Grand Maester Pycelle, who’s attempting to get placed back on the Small Council.
After months of waiting and anticipation the second half of Breaking Bad Season 5 is finally here. Episode 9, appropriately titled Blood Money continues from the bombshell cliffhanger at the end of the mid-season finale. Blood Money jumps right into it and we see the confrontation between Walt and Hank that’s been building for years!