2 weeks ago with 1,309 notes
via brbagifs, originally jessepinkmanist  
#breaking bad

Firstly the shot is used to start [Ozymandias] in the flashback when Skyler is packing away the clown she sold.

The shot itself holds so much meaning because of the phone placed right next to the knives. It shows how much different Skyler is and how strong she’s become. Instead of calling for help (reaching for the phone) she reaches for a knife to defend herself and her family from the monster Walt has become.

Interestingly enough, the knife she grabs is the same knife Walt puts away in Season 2, Episode 1 “Seven Thirty-Seven”. [x]

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3 weeks ago with 9,811 notes
via mojojojoing, originally alexleefitz  
#:')
#breaking bad

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1 month ago with 3,539 notes
via nichael-bluth, originally wildcard713  
#good times
#breaking bad

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2 months ago with 2,929 notes
via brarlonmando, originally themountainandtheviper  
#breaking bad

breaking bad + weapons

You getting to know me is not gonna make it any easier for you to kill me.

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2 months ago with 265,917 notes
via lizasters, originally aawgaskarth  
#the good ol' days
#breaking bad

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pennywise-theclown

cherishlife-live-beforeyouloseit

streetlight-mashedpotato

see out of context this is funny but when you know why he’s actually in there it’s pretty fucked up

why is he in there

he was trying to find a tub to melt a dead body in acid in

oh well I was not expecting that

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2 months ago with 2,882 notes
via ironchill, originally jessemybabyblue  
#breaking bad

Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

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3 months ago with 2,003 notes
via mysticalhorchata, originally bethgrenne  
#breaking bad

Breaking Emoji - Inspired by [x]

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