The most crucial episode is all of them.
I could never get enough Breaking Bad content.
god i really miss this show best animated star wars ive ever seen
If you think DS9 is better than Discovery, send whatever drugs you're on my way please.
That wasn't comparable at all, you just compared the highlight of SM2 to TASM2's Roll Credits Scene lol Yeah nothing beats SM2 but come on that's the most silliest comparison I've ever seen.
Fett is alive!!!!
Phenix is vivid And heath is HD
joaquin phoenix's JOKER - no contest .... he is the best JOKER ... G.O.A.T. JOKER and finally got an Oscar .... which shouldn't be his first
You should have added the citadel situation with Echo and Tarkin
The episode ends with him visiting Jesse and uttering the 4 words that will condemn him forever Walt: Wanna cook?
The Mrs. Doubtfire clip was perfect LMAO!
Sooo, who is actually still "alive"? Cause they brought up Worf and Worf allegedly died on DS9...And, what timeline is this - is it the one where 7 got married to Chachoty? I'm soo confused (not really) just curious...
I'm partial to Heath Ledger's Joker, as this personification is much more in line with the arch-villain created by Bob Kane. The Joker has always been the mirror opposition to Batman, like a twisted Yin & Yang ever swirling in eternal conflict, and balance. Heath pulled off this role perfectly, and while the story of The Dark Knight illustrates the fall of Harvey Dent (Gotham's white knight) into darkness, and the Batman's embodiment of the hated hero (aka the dark knight), it also tells the underlying story of the villain that Batman can't simply defeat & put behind bars. The Joker is the ultimate nemesis to Batman, and it's summed up perfectly at the end of their battle in TDK, "This is what happens when an immovable object meets an unstoppable force....". This is the true definition of the Joker, and Heath nailed it... Sadly, to his end.
Great video man! Vince Gilligan is the shit
O mine who knew zordon would be so messed up
Let's see we've got one guy who basically plays himself just turns the volume up. Anyone that even bothered to watch how Joaquin behaves in interviews and such knows this. But instead of admitting it they'll just insist on looking the other way. On the other hand we have a really nice guy. Who plays a completely insane person who's absolutely nothing like him. So it's painfully obvious that Ledger's joker is miles better than Joaquins. That's what acting is all about. Convncing people that you actually ARE the character you play even though you're not even close.
When you only wanna watch the season to see Ashoka and the end of Domino Squad
First episode. The very first. Cancer worked like catalyst...reaction and change followed.
Very on point I subscribed
Stubbs is a host.
I feel like there are lots of moments like this where he could of went another way and this is just one of the key moments but not they key moment
Why does it feel like there was more to this video but it was ended abruptly?
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I never saw Ledger's version until I was blown away by Phoenix's. They're both innovative interpretations but to me Joker is a better film overall than The Dark Knight, which would be pretty average were it not for Ledger's malevolent presence. They both deserved their Oscars.
Bruh, the "trailer" is a teaser 😂😂😂😂
Nice video. And btw no one should feel bad about why he spent his life the way he spent it. U can change anything later but not the time u spent. So seek what you really want to do with your life , don't hurry but seek it, as seeking is a journey and if u didn't find anything u will remain with sweet memories of ur pursuing and the experiences. That's it and we become star dust again. Love.!
Also, it was no longer black and white (Good and evil) but gray (A bit of both)
I loved the "Dixon Hill" vibe in this episode. You know Picard loves him some cosplay! And I can't help but feel like the time travel ability of the Borg has to work into this somehow. What if in their time traveling, the Borg witness Soji's role in some catastrophic future event? Then bring that info back to the Romulans who form a prophecy and a cult around it?
They better do a Star Wars the clone wars revenge of the sith movie to end this show.
Wow. Nice insights.
Umbara all the way
i wish breaking bad cont. like walt jr taking over the empire business or walt chucks a chalk on jesse during chemistry class for not sleeping!
@ approx 23:40 when clint says I wish I could tell her, and Wanda says "she knows, they both know." I have to disagree, Wanda is not referring to Gamora but Vision. Wanda has no Idea that Gamora perished. In Wanda's mind she is still alive because they just fought side by side. No I'm almost positive she means Vision because Vision means more to her than anyone else would second would be Natasha.
I don’t know about that last sentence Heath ledger definitely changed Harvey Dent into two face
Very good analysis video
I think the episode where he is diagnosed with cancer is even more crucial. Nothing of this would have happened without this episode.
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I think one aspect that’s particular interesting is, that Walt is an unreliable source about his own past. He is always portraying himself as a victim, which he is also doing when he justifies his criminal and truly awful actions. „He‘s doing it for his family, he had to kill Gus, or he would have killed him, etc.“, when in reality, it’s all his ego. From that we can deduce that he wasn’t as much a victim as he says. My personal take: He was good friends with Elliot and Gretchen, then became intimate with Gretchen. She probably came from a (more) wealthy family and helped with the company. Eventually something went wrong in their relationship, and I‘m sure it had something to do with Walt‘s ego. There are hints that he met Skyler while still seeing Gretchen, maybe Skyler got pregnant and the situation became really uncomfortable for him, so, he left Gretchen, sold his share of the company, so he won’t have to see her again, married Skyler, had the quiet teacher‘s life. Meanwhile, Elliot and Gretchen started seeing each other following the „loss“ of Walt and suddenly, their company made a breakthrough which caused them massive revenue. Fast forward 15 years and it’s 2008 and Walt is frustrated.
I personally think both of the actors were great. The storylines were totally different.
I liked your video, man.
This video just made me love The Amazing Spiderman 2 even more
i finally got around to watching the new joker and definitely didnt expect to like it as much as i did. i thought it would always be ledgers joker, or bust, but yea you really cant compare them too much, such a different story and stuff. both are great hopefully they make some kind of sequel or follow up.
i miss this show. it was soo good
MY favorite arc is Bombad Jedi.
The easter eggs are nice. But gosh, how bad is the series.
This video and the last one have been awesome. You are the Danger, man!
Everyone knows the most crucial episode is when Skylar fucks Ted.
damn good analysis! couldn't agree more
Slow news day?
What was the episode that Asoka was teaching a class at mandalore? I’m gonna go rewatch it
I missed seasons 3 to 6. So thank you for this video
Great analysis. Walter’s pride was his deadly sin
I think that Walter/Heisenberg is born and die several times during the span of the show. I totally agree that the real birth or more like breaking through the surface of Heisenberg is in Grey Matter. After this episode you can see how he's trying to keep the two personas separate in the ways how he talks to his family like Walter, calm and understanding, and how a lot of time he's being a dick to Jesse just because he's a part of his criminal life. This goes on till the episode Crawl Space when he yells and laughs maniacally, this is the first death of Walter, after this there is only Heisenberg. When Hank is killed is when Heisenberg dies and through the aftermath Walter is reborn again, a real man who tries to mend how much is possible before finally dying for real.
@ScreenCrush You guys should do a history of the 'cold open'; I've been watching 60s Star Trek, and wondered, was that the first show to use the technique?
We all know “Fly” is the most crucial one
Thank you. Great Analysis. I love Walt! I can't even watch reruns. I hate his family and Jessie even more. All of them ungrateful! Disgusting! I would have cherish and appreciated every move. Every decision. It's the only character besides Jigsaw, I've ever found no flaw. The Programmers try really hard to demonize their motives and deeds. Their visions were ruined by the people they were surrounded by. It's those people who were egotistical. Selfish. At least with Jigsaw whomever deviates from the "greater good" died. Whereas on BB, they got to play victim. When they benefited from his blood, sweat, tears. To turn around and threw stones. Jessie should of rotted for 30 years in that cage. He was pathetic. I wish I never watched the show.
Where are you? I have some government "friends" that would like to talk to you
It’s not a theory? He does know.
Uhhh, "alt-right nationalism" isn't the only kind of violent and oppressive system, nor even the most common kind. Ever heard of, I don't know, communism? Socialism? Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Castro, Kim, Maduro? Ringing any bells? They're all nationalists, but definitely not "alt-right". Maybe think about who you're being a mouthpiece for before you say things.
... Wow ... It is an reflection of how ________ our global situation is
Didn’t appreciate this episode enough, until now
Walter White was always a blithering idiot, he was more lucky than he was competent. Hated Walter White, loved everything else about the show.
I love Thor: Ragnarok! Easily the most fun MCU film, with the best score!
Lol bill nye such an actor 🤦🏽♂️🤦🏽♂️
This was a great video. Love your content.
Why does Walter look like Noel Edmonds in the flashbacks
A bit late...
The whole Orville crew including the captain all use drugs all the day too. Big deal. XD
My thinking is the 'destroyer' (queen) + borg will go back in time and cause disaster but be stopped by the Romulans and Picard, thus creating the hatred of androids and backstory. So my expectation is that the cube and Soji will start a temporal skirmish, part of which will address the Hobus supernova disaster as Picard is no longer a Starfleet member he isn't bound to the prime directive or temporal variant. The mars attack will be part of this temporal plot where the Romulans being scattered and defeated was deliberate to weaken them for borg invasion and become a foothold.
Heath ledgers joker was a complexed character. You do not know where his origin story, but his training, weapons knowledge, and tactics show some type of military background (infantry) or more likely a smaller specialized group (SF). That’s what makes his character so special, we are still guessing about it still to this day. What drove him to madness and who was he before dawning the warpaint. With Joaquin phoenix’s character it is not as complexed, He’s an unstable man who just loses it from the everyday bullshit of being ignored or trampled on. I guess you can say he goes where sometimes we all want to go, but that small voice in our head says “No”!
One's a villain and the other is a protagonist. Ledgers is better at being a villain. Phoenix's would be a shit villain.
We can all agree the fly was the most crucial episode
with all respects all know this
My favourite mcu movie by far and it's nice to see a great breakdown of it which makes me love it even more.
Nice! Breaking Bad’s pilot is one of the best ever made! It always come to mind. Six Feet Under is another pilot gem!
Reducing BB to one episode is kinda totally missing the point of a series of decisions and their consequences. I mean why not choose the episode when he gets the news of remission? Theres a marked difference in walt before and after. Or janes death? Because its not one moment. If it was...we the audience wouldnt follow along. The changes are so subtle we still root for him when hes murdering a dozen witnesses
@Juanito G Trust me, I 100% know what you're getting at. Every fragment of every moment of every episode is no less critical the one prior or following.. but I also understand what the analysis is saying and why they singled out this episode as they did.
@Joey J.R. its arbitrary. There is no "most important". Its not about a man who finally suddenly snaps and changes. Its about a man who loses himself. Hell why isnt the moment in episode one when he tries to shoot himself but safety's on the most important? Symbolically thats the moment old walter white dies? The first time he kills? The OTHER TIMES walt says he's out and then returns? No reason. Its just arbitrary
@Juanito G I think that description is accurate insofar as Walt's decision to become Heisenberg, which ultimately would go on to shape the rest of the series, one choice at a time. This episode being is a pivotal as it is doesn't negate the importance of other episodes though, and I don't think anything about this analysis even vaguely suggests otherwise.
@Joey J.R. "the most crucial episode" 🤦♂️
Reducing this analysis to an attempt at reducing BB to one episode is kinda totally missing the point of video.
Damn that's a good video
This analysis was so brilliant!
one best reason why batman is better than the dark knight...michael keaton... christian bale was a horrible batman...keaton was perfect...'nuff said...
As soon as he got cancer and knew his life was coming swiftly to a close, that's when. We can speculate at what one particular episode, but when he realized he'd be gone, he validated selling meth to support his family after his death. But in that decision, the subconscious anger and vitriol was also released, he was a genius who had been "demeaned" to applying his skill as a high school teacher and having to work part time at a car wash. Therefore, we can conclude he felt he had been dealt a raw hand even before cancer. But he didn't express it, as he was happy, with a wife and a kid. With time he could fill himself with a different kind of value that is different yet as rewarding as career/financial success. But as soon as you introduced a rapid ticking clock to a life that already felt partly unfulfilled, he was angry and he released that anger slowly. He just wanted to make quick cash from drugs, bury it and leave it to his wife. But he got good at making drugs, he closed deals, he was the best meth cook in the planet and he knew it. He had an underling who did as he told him and now everyone in the crime world would know his value, his genius. It basically ignited the suppressed parts of his personality and the show gives the timeline of that descent. It was cancer that forced rapid change, but we can infer that he always felt this anger... really time changed him, but the ignition was the closing of his time.
Anyone besides me think Rios' "pimp hat" might be a nod to Cabrera's time as Aramis in Musketeers?
There are 563 episodes in total rn I think and I just decided to watch every episode form Arrow Pilot to Crisis on Infinite Earths (and then beyond)
Four words? “Wanna Cook?” How’s that work?
Billyion sounds like a reasonable explanation. Though in the Midwest comes out as two words🤩
You want to cook, I think is what he meant. It did sound like two words though.
Great video! Glad IT-tvs recommended a channel Im not subbed to over all my actual subs. IT-tvs algorithm am I right?
Aye she's a fickle mistress. If everyone always checked their subs we'd have 500k hits every time.
I loved it when Mike called Walter out about how his ego and pride makes him make stupid decisions.
He hates charity. But if he had taken the job Elliot had offered he would be EARNING that health insurance. He also had EARNED that job. But his ego made his do stupid stuff.
That's not it... in my view... he demeaned Walt by making it sound like he doing him a favour. Sometimes you don't know how your actions or charity can be viewed in another's point of view. For ex. let's take Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop, when shed tried to empathize with the poor. She tried grocery shopping on a welfare check value... she bought avocados and tried to make a super vegan meal. She tried to understand the poor, but she is so devoid of relatable issues that for her... avocados and fresh garments were more needed in her world.
@HARVESTER367 Which was the fault of Elliot because if he didn't mention health insurance, Walter may have took the offer. Elliot's ego wouldn't allow him to lie since he thinks anyone would be crazy to not take the lucrative job so why dress it up.
Daniel Lewis although he was only offered the job out of pity
I wish the show had talked more about his school job insurance.
You: "But what about his insurance through work?" Me: *Laughs in American*
@Daniel Lewis well he lived in the USA so it's pretty self-explanatory that he had shitty health insurance that would barely cover anything.
@ScreenCrush Yes. But not enough in my opinion.
That was addressed before he lied about taking The Gray matter money.
Always heath's joker 😍
Not happy at how Agnes stands over Bruce as he dies. Agnes - the one we've seen so far - would turn away and do her damndest to block her ears and eyes.
He's right you know
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Hondo is awsome
Thanks screen crush going to re watch the show for the fifth time !
Interesting True Gooner. I feel like that about The Sopranos, but I would gladly rewatch Breaking Bad 50 times
How can you do it man? I think this show and the Sopranos are 1 and done for me.... can't revisit them as they make me highly uncomfortable and depressed. Don't get me wrong, they are excellent shows but I could never delve back into it, tried it this summer to re-watch Breaking Bad, by episode 4, I had to check out.