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содержание всех серий второй половины сезона еще три недели назад (в июле) — "So I happen to know someone who was involved with the show and I've seen all 8 episodes", blah-blah. Все бы ничего (мало ли фанатов пытающихся предугадать что будет дальше), если бы в воскресенье не выяснилось, что спойлер про первую серию был совершенно точным, и, судя по превью второго эпизода, про вторую серию он тоже написал правильно. Все переволновались, что наивно прочитав весь текст и посмеясь, они действительно узнали что будет позже и как им дальше смотреть сериал:
1 Blood Money: Спойлер!
We see the comic con scene. Walt goes to the destroyed White house in a flash forward and retrieves the ricin. His neighbour sees him and is shocked. Back to present time, Hank steals the book and makes an excuse to leave dinner. Jesse tries to give his money away to the bike kids parents and Kaylee. Saul tells Walt about Jesse's plan and Walt confronts Jesse. Jesse thinks Walt killed Mike but Walt denies it. Jesse goes on to give the money to random people. Lydia stops at the car wash to speak about the cease in production. Walt notices the book is missing and searches his car for a bug. He finds it. Meanwhile Hank has called in sick and is looking through all the Heisenberg case files. Walt shows up at Hanks looking to confront him about the bug. Hank erupts and attacks Walt but Walt tells Hank that his case against Walt is not sound. He does not admit to being Heisenberg but Hank clearly knows it's him based on how Walt speaks. The episode ends with Walt and Hank staring at each other
2 Buried: Спойлер!
The episode opens with Walt speaking with Saul. Saul gives him the number for the "disappearing guy" once again and Walt dismisses the idea but takes the card. He wants to handle this on his own. Walt meets up with Jesse. His guilt is overwhelming him and he has started using again. He tells Jesse that Hank may know about his true identity. Jesse is unresponsive. Marie struggles with Hank's recent attitude. She speaks to Skyler about it but Skyler is silent. Skyler is in trouble after the IRS begins looking into her finances. She suspects Beneke said something to them. She tells Walt. Walt drags Skyler to the storage unit but doesn't tell her about Hank. They take all of the money, along with other incriminating evidence, out to the desert where he and Jesse did his first cook. They bury the money underground to keep it hidden and for safekeeping. Skyler is under the impression that he did this due to the IRS investigation but has a feeling there may be more to it. Hank struggles with whether or not to reveal Heisenberg's identity to anyone at work. The episode ends with Jesse walking into the DEA building, apparently ready to surrender himself
3 Confessions: Спойлер!
The episode begins with Jesse about to turn himself into the DEA when he is caught in the lobby by Hank. Jesse exchanges some unpleasant words with Hank, still angry about their history. Hank theorizes that Jesse is here to turn himself and Walt in, so Hank drops a hint that he knows about Walt being Heisenberg. Jesse picks up on the hint and is shocked. Lydia meets Walt for coffee and informs him that the Czech gang as well as Declans men are unhappy with Walt retiring from cooking. She wants him to return. Walt basically tells her to *beep* herself. Lydia knows Todd can also cook Walts formula, so she contacts him.
Skyler is concerned about Walt as he has been acting differently. Walt is talking to Junior and breaks down telling him that he is scared and *beep* up, etc etc but Walt Jr doesnt know what he is talking about. It is really weird becomes walt shows weakness and emotion for the first time in a long time. Walt JR seems to be the only one Walt can be real in front of. We see Hank and Jesse driving around together. Hank convinced Jesse to work with him rather than turn to the DEA right away so they can build up a case. They speak and Jesse reveals the answers to most of Hanks questions about Walt. Walt visits Todd and strongly encourages him not to cook for the gangs. Todd tells walt that cooking for them will ensure that neither of them nor their families are harmed, but clearly walt doesnt care because his ego is too big and doesnt want anyone cooking his product. The families have dinner later that night. the room is really tense and we see Hank and Walt throwing subtle insults at each other. When he gets a chance, Hank speaks to Skyler and tries to figure out if she knows about Walt/Heisenberg without directly asking. She is clearly frightened by Walt and refuses to speak. Hank invites Walt out into the garage for one of his homemade beers and confronts Walt again. This time Walt is ready. He has a whole speech about how he can drag Hank into the mess including the fact that his rehab was paid with drug money. Hank pins Walt against the wall in anger. At the end of the episode, it is seen that Todd has agreed to begin cooking for Declan and the czechs...against walts wishes
4 Rabid Dog: Спойлер!
the episode opens with revealing that the IRS is looking into the car washes finances even further and are starting to find problems. Skyler still believes that Beneke or one of his employees spoke to the IRS and plans to do something about it. Jesse and Hank are still working together. The episode details some of their detective work including confronting saul and jesse speaking to walter to get information they need (wont go into details here). Jesse is still fighting his guilt and is using. Walt gets word that Todd has been cooking. He expresses his anger to Lydia but she refuses to do anything about it. Walt threatens Lydia and says hes going to speak with todd. She tells walt to stay away from todd but he refuses. Lydia contacts Todds uncle to inform him of walts apparent intentions. Walt Jr begins to get suspicious about how everyone is acting. Walt sets up a meet with Todd to discuss returning to work. Walt tells Todd he doesnt want an inexperienced cook replicating his product. they argue and walt kills todd in cold blood.
5 Tohajille: Спойлер!
This is perhaps the biggest episode of the series. It is crazy from start to finish. The episode opens with Jesse and Hank having a mock conversation about Hank would defend himself if Walt were to accuse him of being involved with the drug operation. Hank struggle with the fact that he wants to finish Walt by himself but Jesse encourages him to take the case to the DEA now that they have built a solid foundation. Jesse is worried they wouldn't be able to deal with Walt on their own. Hank is skeptical but knows it is probably the right thing to do.
Skyler is struggling to keep her secrets from Marie as the IRS continues to investigate the car wash. It is being very clear to the IRS that something is wrong. Marie snoops through some of Skylers papers, which lead to Skyler admitting to Marie that they have been laundering Walts gambling winning through the car wash. After Walt believes he is being followed, we see him meet Lydia for coffee. He again brings the ricin to poison Lydia but does not. Lydia tells him that the Nazis wont let Todds death go lightly. Skyler visits Beneke but he denies talking to the IRS. His company is not under investigation, which leads Skyler to believe he sold her out for immunity. Skyler seems to accept benekes reasoning and walks away.
Jesse visits Saul and discusses their next move. Marie hints to Hank about the money laundering and this seems to give hank the push he needs to take the Walt case to the DEA. He calls Gomie. Walt meets Declan in the desert for their meeting. Walt makes it clear he with not return but Declan doesnt like it. I wont ruin this next part because you have to see it to believe it, but Walt manages to take out declan in his two men in a way reminiscent of how he killed Tuco and Gus (Yeah Mr White! Yeah science!) Walt returns to ABQ to discover that his identity as Heisenberg has been compromised and a massive man hunt is underway. We get a montage of Walt preparing his escape by contacting the disappearing dude meanwhile the Nazi guys busting into Walts house, trashing it and murdering Skyler out by the pool while baby holly sits helpless. It is truly the greatest and most horrifying scene in the entire series
6 Ozymandias: Спойлер!
Walt is now living somewhere else in the states after his empire fell. We cant be sure where. In a hotel. it is nearly a year later and he has hair and a beard. It is clear that he struggles with what he has done, especially leaving ABQ while his family was in danger. However, he seems to be more hurt by the fact that his reign as heisenberg was foiled. throughout the episode we see many flashbacks to characters such as jane, crazy 8 and tuco. Walt regrets his actions and letting himself fail. We get a flashback to the grey matter days when gretchen introduced elliot to him. it is clear that he blames elliot for getting in between him and gretchen and destroying his future in grey matter. Meanwhile, back in ABQ, Jr and Holly are living with hank and marie. Hank no longer works at the DEA, a consequence he accepted when his brother in law was outed as heisenberg. We see hank obsessing over case files. They are consuming him. Jesse seems to be better off. He isnt using and is back together with andrea. However, he tells badger that he feels that this *beep* isnt over yet. Lydia is in jail now after the DEA investigate madrigal once again after walt was revealed to be heisenberg. After things cool down, one of the czech gang members visit lydia in jail. He demands another cook. She tells him jesse is the only other one. We see jesse kidnapped outside of his house by the czech gang. We see Walt in his hotel again. he gets a phone call from saul informing him of what has happened to jesse. he hangs up the phone and hangs his head in sadness. Suddenly, a fly buzzes by his head and lands on the table next to the bed. walts face turns from sadness to anger as he swats at the fly and kills it in one shot. He picks up his phone, dials and the episode ends
7 Granite State: Спойлер!
The episode opens with Walt in his car outside a flower in ABQ. He walks into the store and purchases a bouquet of flowers. He goes back to his car and opens the trunk. Inside we see the gun. He places the flowers inside. We see him reach into his pocket and pull out the ricin. He stares at it for a few seconds and slips it back into his pocket. Then we see him at what appears to be a nursing home. He goes inside with the flowers he bought and finds the room he is looking for. Beneke is inside. He is a wheelchair eating lunch and clearly has no use of his lower body from his accident. Walt walks up to him. Beneke looks at him shocked but doesn't call for help. Walt grabs the table he is eating his lunch off of and slides it across the room (it has wheels and delicately places the flowers on the table next to his lunch. He walks back over to Ted and they chat. Walt says he is sorry for his injury to which Ted only responds by telling Walt that he didn't turn Skyler in to the IRS. Walt exhales in disbelief. Beneke tells Walt that he would never do that. Walt barely says a word. Beneke begins tearing up and saying he would never hurt Skyler. Walt gets up, walks over to the flowers, grabs a vase off of the counter and puts the flowers inside. He slides the table back over to Ted. Then he leaves without a word. We see Ted collect himself and then continues eating his lunch. He makes a remark about how terrible his pudding tastes.
(We are left to wonder whether Walter used the ricin on Ted by putting in his food, but we can't know for sure.)
We get a scene with Hank, Marie and Walts kids eating breakfast. Jr is still as quiet as before. After breakfast, Hank talks to Jr. Jr finally speaks. Hank tells Jr that he believes Walt was only trying to protect his family (Hank is lying obviously). Jr calls Hank on his lie and says a bunch of terrible *beep* about Walt. It's really emotional and I won't try to remember everything he says. Hank walks away. Meanwhile, Jesse has been taken to some kind of meth super lab, similar to Gus Frings. He is forced to cook by the Czech gang. We get a final cooking montage that is very depressing and Jesse looks unhealthy and as if he has been held prisoner in harsh conditions. They lock Jesse in a room in the back until his next cook. He has a conversation with the guard about fate. Back to Walt. We see him parked near Hank and Marie's house. He starts to get out of the car but then thinks and gets back inside. He pulls out his phone and calls Saul. Saul informs him that he managed to get the location Walt had asked him to obtain (this happened in between Ozymandias and Granite State, we didn't see it). Walt hangs up and drives away. Hank meets up with Gomie to discuss things. Hank is clearly still obsessing over Walt. Gomie tells him to let it go. Hank gets angry and storms off. When he gets home he yells at Marie and tells her that he needs closure to this case but Marie tells him that it is over. She eventually convinces him that Walt is long gone and Hank calms down. Just then his phone rings. Its the neighbour Carol. She tells Hank she saw Walt only minutes ago at the old White house. She called the police but thought she should let the family know. Hank drops the phone and looks conflicted about what to do. We see Walt approaching an old warehouse with his car. This takes place at night. The scene that follows is extremely brutal. Walt retrieves the gun from the trunk and walks towards the building. The scene is directed in a way that isn't way over the top. Walt kills about 8 men as he makes his way through the building. He reaches the super lab and looks around for signs of Jesse. He opens a locker and finds Jesse's clothes, cigarettes and a bottle of water. He rummages through them a bit. Walt turns around, looking defeated. then he hears a noise. He goes to a room in the back and breaks the door open. Jesse is inside looking like *beep* Walt carries him out and drags him over to the locker. Jesse can barely speak. Walt wraps a sweater around him and offers him the water bottle. Jesse drinks and his voice comes back. He asks Walt why he came back but Walt remains silent. They exit the building when Jesse is strong enough and get into Walts car. We get another scene with Hank and Jr. I cant remember the dialogue well but it involves Jr convincing Hank to finish what he started. Walt drives Jesse home and on the way Jesse tells Walt that the only reason he isn't killing him right now is because he is grateful. Walt is still silent. They sit in walts car outside of Jesses house. Jesse tells Walt if he ever sees him again he'll kill him. Walt responds by saying that they wont ever see each other because Jesse needs to leave town forever. Walt hands Jesse the number of the disappearing guy. Jesse asks where Walt is going and he responds "To finish this." Walt hands jesse his stuff from the back seat. Jesse gets out of walts car and gets into his own car. He wont stay at home cause he thinks the Czechs might find him there. Once he is in his car, he opens his cigarettes and sees that one is flipped upside down, like how he used to keep it when he held the ricin. He takes it out and empties the tobacco onto the seat. The empty vial of ricin falls out of the cigarette. Jesse looks at the water bottle Walt had given him, half empty. It dawns on Jesse that Walt put the ricin in the water bottle as a last ditch effort to poison Jesse. Then Walt put the ricin vial in the cigarettes to taunt jesse as he made his escape. Jesse lights a cigarette and leans back, contemplating why walt would save him only to poison him. He lets out a scream
8 Felina: Спойлер!
Opens with a panorama of the New Mexico desert: long time lapse shot that shows the sun rising and falling, various desert creatures stirring etc. Cuts to the daytime, the spot of Walt & Jesse's first cook. Walk parks his car and opens the trunk to retrieve a shovel - we see that the M60 is still there. Walt starts digging (where he and Skylar buried the money earlier in the season) and he quickly hits something: we see the money, which has been carefully shrinkwrapped, is still there. Walt begins to load it into the trunk next to his M60. (THEME SONG) Next we are at Hank's house, with Marie, Walt Jr. and Holly. Hank is distracted and seems to be in a hurry to get somewhere. The door opens and he tells Marie to get it: "That's Gomie." We hear a gun shot and we now see a NEW CHARACTER, backed by a band of Hispanic henchmen, step into Hank's house. They shoot Hank in the leg and demand to know where Walt is, Hank is crying and asking if Marie is alive and begs them to spare the children. They cut Walt Jr's throat in front of his eyes - this is one of the most brutal scenes that we have seen so far, perhaps only surpassed by Skylar being killed in front of Holly (one of the thugs picks Holly up and takes her to another room before all of this violence happens.) Hank asks the men again who they are and the only response that he gets is "la Caravana de la Muerte." We cut to a flashback that shows a much younger GUS FRING, in a foreign military uniform flying in a helicopter with these same men across the Chilean jungles. They land at a military prison and immediately begin slaughtering people. Through conversations in this long flashback scene we learn that FRING and these NEW CHARACTERS were members of Pinochet's death squad in the 1970s. It is clear that these men have come to avenge FRING's death in ABQ and they are incredibly brutal - probably the biggest badasses that we have seen on the show. We now cut to Walt, driving back from the desert with a look of extreme determination on his face. He gets a call from SAUL who says we need to meet somewhere immediately - he is absolutely panicked. Cut to Walt and Saul, Saul is completely disheveled and says he just got a call from HANK who was in tears - he is sure this is a trap but Walt seems concerned. He has Saul call back the number. Cut to a prepaid cell phone ringing on the table at Hank's house. There is blood everywhere and both Walt Jr and Marie's bodies are splayed out in the floor right in front of a tied up Hank. A bunch of henchmen are still there and one is holding Holly, he has a pistol to her head. Hank answers the phone and tells Walt he needs to come to his house, that Walt Jr and Marie are dead and they will kill him and Holly if he doesn't show. Walt breaks the phone in anger and leaves Saul's office. We see a closeup of his face: HEISENBERG IS READY TO KILL EVERYONE. Walt parks in front of Hank's house, removes the M60 from the trunk and storms in like Rambo, killing most of the Chileans immediately. He is now locked in a standoff with the leader who has two guns, one pointed at Hank and one at baby Holly. He dares Walt to kill him and says if he shoots him, he will kill at least one of the two first. Walt takes the bet and opens fire, killing him but not before he shoots Hank in the head. Baby Holly is unharmed and Walt scoops her up just as JESSE enters. Jesse is shocked and horrified at the violence and just stares at Walt and Holly. He asks him why he made him think he had poisoned him (at this point it is clear that he was not actually poisoned by Walt and Ted was - I won't go into details on that) and Walt says something like, "I Wanted you to know I had the power to kill you at any time and I didn't." Jesse tells Walt its over, that Saul called him and he called the police, and they are on the way now. Walt tells Jesse good, its all over anyway. He hands him baby Holly and the keys to his car (with all of the money in it) and says "I hope you have purpose in your life now, Jesse." We hear sirens and as they get nearer, Walt puts a gun to his head and pulls the trigger. Next we cut to Jesse, clearly weeks later in front of his house, baby Holly in his arms with a bottle. He opens the trunk of the car and sees all the money. We see a close up shot of his face, and the episode cuts to black
, что чувак просто посмотрел скриннеры к первым двум эпизодам (рассылаемые AMC тв-критикам) и в шутку написал про остальное. С фантазией и знанием сериала у него действительно отлично, обычно любительские посты распознать легко, но тут все было расставлено по полочкам, со знанием дела (правда с финалом он точно перегнул). Ну и потом режиссер окончательно все опровергнул через твиттер.