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  •  Strong possibility but Gretchen dissed Heisenburg (3+ / 0-)
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    on Charlie Rose.  You can't do that and live.

    You have exactly 10 seconds to change that look of disgusting pity into one of enormous respect!

    by Cartoon Peril on Sat Sep 28, 2013 at 04:57:11 PM PDT

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    •  I don't know. (1+ / 0-)
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      Walt's reaction to that interview has been interpreted by many as being pissed off at Gretchen and Elliott, which is why many think he's going to kill them.

      But there are a couple other possible scenarios.  The more likely, I'd argue, is that it was through this interview that he learned the blue meth is still being made, and he's going after the Nazis.

      But there was another thing said in that interview that hasn't been brought up anywhere that I've seen.  At one point, they also say that he's not the Walter White they knew, and there's no longer any good in him.  It could very well be that after his son rejecting him, and then hearing that, perhaps Walt feels a need to redeem himself.

      That's probably the least likely of the three possibilities I've mentioned, but I found it interesting that no one has brought up that part of the interview.

    •  There is plenty of Ricin to go around (0+ / 0-)

      Walt could probably off several characters with the ricin.  Apparently it is very deadly and a small amount is all that is needed to kill someone.  In fact all you need to do away with someone is have them ingest an amount smaller than an aspirin.  He just has to come up with a way to effectively deliver it.  Inhaling it is apparently more toxic than ingesting it which explains why Walt put the ricin in a cigarette in an earlier episode.  Members of the Nazi gang all seem to be smokers.

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