A few weeks ago, I mentioned that one of the more interesting aspects to watching 'Breaking Bad' is that I find myself rooting for guys like Walt and Jesse, even though they're the criminals, and rooting against guys like Hank, who are trying to stop guys like Walt and Jesse.
But this week, I was rooting for both. And, at the end of the episode, I found myself literally pumping my fist at the turn of events. That's what happens when the meth makers aren't the ones on the show made of pure molten evil.
At what was I pumping my fist? Follow me after the jump to find out.
After seeing the determined look in the legless Cousin Leonel's eyes when he saw Walt, I couldn't help but rejoice a little at the fact that Gus and Mike managed to finally take him out. Those Cousins were getting on my nerves, and it was disheartening to see Leonel still alive after last week's uber-intense showdown with Hank.
I knew that Leonel could have been down to a head and a torso and he still would have figured out a way to exact his revenge for both the death of Tuco and the death of his brother Marco. And he wouldn't have stopped at Walt; Hank, Marie, Sky, Walt Jr. ... all of them would have been in danger. So to see the Cousins finally eradicated, and not constantly haunting Walt, made me feel that a narrative weight was removed from the show.
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