Here’s some free advice. Never steal dope from Jesse Pinkman. “Totes with the there, AT. We’ve seen how attached American youth are to the sensemil, seen – from your review of America’s Stoned Kids”. Couple of things there. If you ever refer to Aerial Telly by his initials again he will track you down, hold you down and circumcise your face with a knife dipped in shit. Secondly, and as so often before in what passes for your life, you are wronger than a man who answers “yes” to the question “those Irish accents on Sons of Anarchy are amazing aren’t they?” The reason to not steal dope from Jesse Pinkman is that it sets off in him a Usual Suspects climax style train of thought to piece together how it was in fact Mister White who poisoned Brock, not Gustavo Fring. Certain epiphanies we can do without.
If you ever refer to Aerial Telly by his initials again he will track you down, hold you down and circumcise your face with a knife dipped in shit.
And he was so close to getting away with it. It’s the small things they get you on. That’s why the price of freedom is eternal vigilance. Jesse was all set to be picked up by Saul’s guy and to begin again with a new identity and new life selling meth to Sarah Pailin’s daughters in Alaska. Once the Brock penny drops though he floors Saul and starts dousing Casa White with gasoline. All of a sudden the offer from Hank to rat his partner out starts to look more attractive even if Agent Schrader did beat him half to death while back.
Hank has a few problems of his own of course. Walt records a Dickless Brony on Homeland style confession implicating Hank as the real Heisenberg and himself as his manipulated hapless cancer-ridden cook. It’s chillingly convincing. Walt pulls off an acting performance worthy of, I don’t know, Bryan Cranston or somebody. The look on Marie and Hank’s faces as they watch is somewhat akin to those 2 Girls 1 Cup reaction videos – disgust, horror and a dawning realisation that we as a species are fucked as a Cub Scout group on a tour of broadcasting house in the 70s.
In other news Walter Junior is still annoying and Todd the baby killer leaves a phone message with Mister White informing him of the change of management. Yeah because he really needs to hear that. Stupid baby killing piece of shit.
The verdict: Confession is good for the Saul.
Marks out of 10: 9