Some sh*t is starting to align up right now. Here's what I got from reading some of your posts and ideas, and I think it makes sense.
Walt and Walt Jr had that long a.ss cry baby talk because they're setting us up for when Walt takes that last resort package from Saul and leaves his family because Walt finds out that Jesse can cook his meth and is in fear of him and his families life, so what he does is he goes to Saul, gets the last resort package, and Saul tells his family that Walt died and that Walt has left them millions of dollars to live off of (this is optional, in theory, Skyler has all of Walt's money hidden in their closet).
The only 2 things that don't add up to this though is:
1) Skyler already knows this trick cause she had Saul do it to Ted.
2) Saul answers to MIKE and GUS. Befor Saul does something like this, he'll likely need to get Mike's and Gus' permission to OK it. Mike knows all the ends and outs of the law and how Saul works. You can't fool Mike.
But still. At the end of the season I still think the best case scenario to end this season on a high note and start season 5 off good is to have Walt accept that last restort package and leave his family behind. And then in Season 5 maybe have him and his family reunite? Maybe Hank tracks Walt down? I don't know. But as things are going right now this season is all over the fu*king place, like someone said- nothing would surprise me at this point. But I think logically speaking with what we have now that Walt leaving his family would make the most sense right now.
I don't think Gus dying, Jesse dying, Walt dying or even Hank dying is going to happen. However, I don't like how they focus on Hank one week, and the next week we get literally NO Hank scenes? What the fu*k. How are you just gonna ignore one of the biggest storylines this whole season has for a whole episode? This hints to me that Hank must not be far off from finding out what he needs to know about Gus (Hank will likely get proof Gus is a drug lord in episode 12 at the rate Hank's storyline is going).
Last edited by Zaosyn; 09-19-2011 at 04:38 AM..