count2infinity wrote:The more I think about the scene where Todd kills Andrea the more and more I want him dead. All they needed to do was to go, knock on Andrea's door, have her answer the door, talk to her for a bit then leave. I think that would have been PLENTY to remind Jesse that they have the upper hand on him. When he shot her I had to step away from the TV for a bit.
shmenguin wrote:so would everyone be mad if the show does something goofy like having jesse and brock run off with vacuum cleaner man and start a new life with dead Walt's millions? i'm not sure it would bother me.
Idoit40fans wrote:This is the same guy who just shot a kid who saw them doing something that he couldn't possibly understand.
pressure=9Pa wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:This is the same guy who just shot a kid who saw them doing something that he couldn't possibly understand.
But even when that happened, I didn't get the impression he was a psycho. You could argue (if you're in that line of work) that they needed to take care of Drew Sharp who was the only witness. I think Mike essentially said as much. The issue is that it wasn't Todd's decision to make, and that he shouldn't have been armed anyway when they were hijacking the train. At that time I got the vibe that he was too eager to impress, and maybe a bit of a loose cannon. However, he's definitely been downgraded to psycho in the last 3-4 episodes.
largegarlic wrote:It bothered me a little in this last episode that Todd and his crew are basically ninjas at this point--assassins that can appear anywhere and kill anyone without leaving a trace--but I suppose that's kind of been the case prior in the show with the cousins (brothers?) from the Mexican cartel and even Mike.
pressure=9Pa wrote:Did not want to get hooked on the Br Ba marathon this week. Too late.
Mr. Colby wrote:Elliot and Gretchen will NOT be in the finale... there's no need for them, they've served their purpose already