Breaking Bad 4.12 Review: "I'm Done Prolonging the Inevitable"

A man sits poolside and slowly spins his only gun, turning it around and around and as he does this it continues to point to himself. But he keeps turning until eventually it points away. And that is all he needs before he stands up and gets to work. Walt barricades himself off from the rest of the world, if the consequences that are coming for him arrive there really isn't anything much he can do but back himself into a corner. People in a corner become so desperate that they are highly unpredictable after all.

This week, Breaking Bad had no artsy vague clues in their cold open as to what the audience should expect over the course of the next hour. They instead dove right into the results of last week's tense final moments by showing agents coming to collect the members of the White family and put them into protective custody along with Marie and Hank. Once everyone was safely transported away, Walt remained behind at his home—his family now as safe as he can make them under the circumstances, it's time to finally act. But to what extent did Walter act is part of the mystery introduced in this episode that has the capability of changing the season's outcome next Sunday in a big way. Read More...


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