Breaking Bad: "Hazard Pay" Review

If you haven’t already given kudos to the Breaking Bad writers (and why haven’t you?), this is the episode to do it.

"Hazard Pay" was about rebuilding the empire and it was done with the pragmatic, detail-oriented planning we’ve come to expect from the show. Nothing major happened; there wasn’t any explosion or raised tension or even a cheap death. That's what made it so good.

My goodness, who would’ve thought a cardboard box company wouldn’t be a good place to cook meth? What genius to think about a fumigating business. And there were no real questions that popped up from this--no skepticism from any Lehmen. I mean, I don’t own a box-making business, but (as usual) it looks like they did their due-diligence on this. Read More... 


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