“I’m in the empire business.”
“Walter, just because you shot Jesse James doesn’t make you Jesse James.”
“It’s over. We’re safe. I won.”
“This is what comes of blood for blood.”
Jesse is the tragic figure in Breaking Bad. Used by everyone, never exactly sure what’s going on, he just wants to be loved, but does anybody truly care for him?
“Walter, you’re never gonna see him again.”
“There is no more room for error, not with these people.”
“I have made a series of very bad decisions.”
Walt has thrown into motion the gears of a vast machine, one he has no control over, and, as the season begins, one he has no knowledge of having kicked into action.
Breaking Bad is a dark, evil show, and these last three episodes epitomize it. Nobody gets off easy. Walt suffers. Everyone who knows Walt suffers. Everyone who so much as meets him suffers.
“All the lies. I can’t even keep them straight in my head anymore.”
“That homey’s dead. He just don’t know it yet.”
In his hospital room, Walt stares at a watercolor on the wall: a man in a rowboat pushes away from shore, his family waving to him.