What was the significance of these details from Breaking Bad?
February 3, 2014 10:51 AM Subscribe
What was the significance of these details from Breaking Bad, season 3 (includes spoilers)?
posted by critzer to Media & Arts (15 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Re-watching BB and had some (probably obvious) questions -
1) When Jesse was in the hospital recovering from Hank's beatdown, he tells Walt every loss in his life was Walt's fault and he wanted nothing more to do with him. Almost immediately thereafter Jesse calls and says he's ready to partner. Why did he change his mind so quickly?
2) There's a scene where a dozen Mexicans are crawling on the ground, making their way to a shrine with a drawing of Walt -- was that a ritual? A real thing? Is there a name for that?
3) The twins drew a scythe in front of Walt's house. Of course that meant he was marked for death, but why draw it? Is that a ritualistic thing tied to question #2?