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 09-06-2012, 01:42 AM         #3081
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 5 years ago '04        #3082
justinjones 307 heat pts307
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 gunits50cent187 said:
How did they fu*k up?
because the show timeline is only in a year span(so far) so it would be in 2009 and osama wasn't dead until 2011

but he might of just meant in theory being harder than k!lling him. not that osama being k!lled actually happened.
 5 years ago '07        #3083
whowantit 36 heat pts36
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No way they try to pass this off as it being Gretchen. Exact same handwriting.


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 5 years ago '12        #3084
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 whowantit said:
No way they try to pass this off as it being Gretchen. Exact same handwriting.


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I think 95% of the fanbase knows its Gales. Anyone who thinks otherwise should be slapped
 5 years ago '04        #3085
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 justinjones said:
because the show timeline is only in a year span(so far) so it would be in 2009 and osama wasn't dead until 2011

but he might of just meant in theory being harder than k!lling him. not that osama being k!lled actually happened.
Did they ever mention a specific year in the previous seasons? I didn't pay attention to that detail.
 09-06-2012, 09:12 PM         #3086
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 5 years ago '04        #3087
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 justinjones said:
because the show timeline is only in a year span(so far) so it would be in 2009 and osama wasn't dead until 2011

but he might of just meant in theory being harder than k!lling him. not that osama being k!lled actually happened.
I believe the new cars they bought had temporary license plates with 2012 on them
 5 years ago '11        #3088
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 5 years ago '12        #3089
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 deLeet said:
Show can go in so many directions, whatever your expecting it wont be it...
I expect Walt to go out on some boss level sh*t
 5 years ago '11        #3090
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Im sad this thread is gonna die down now.
 5 years ago '07        #3091
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 lilsnatch770 said:
I believe the new cars they bought had temporary license plates with 2012 on them

I never noticed that but if it did then it was a mistake


 Bedewe22 said:
Did they ever mention a specific year in the previous seasons? I didn't pay attention to that detail.
Yeah, they mention the year in a few episodes. The show spans from 2008-2010. The pilot episode was Walt's 50th ('08), his 51st was this season ('09), and his 52nd was the opening scene to the first episode of this season ('10). There will be a big time jump sometime in the 2nd half of this season.



Straight from Gilligan's mouth:

That’s a good bet. The story up until now has taken about 14, 15 months from the pilot episode. Things will probably will jump ahead a bit at some point.
 09-07-2012, 05:31 AM         #3092
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Im sad this thread is gonna die down now.
Unlikely. Boxden always be popping.
 5 years ago '04        #3093
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 5 years ago '07        #3094
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 QB Eagles said:
Anybody here still Team Walt?
goddamn right

say my name
 5 years ago '11        #3095
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got him
 5 years ago '06        #3096
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 5 years ago '08        #3097
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 5 years ago '04        #3098
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 ghost8 said:
I never noticed that but if it did then it was a mistake




Yeah, they mention the year in a few episodes. The show spans from 2008-2010. The pilot episode was Walt's 50th ('08), his 51st was this season ('09), and his 52nd was the opening scene to the first episode of this season ('10). There will be a big time jump sometime in the 2nd half of this season.



Straight from Gilligan's mouth:
Yeah, they did fu*k up.


Slate: The show is one of the most detail-oriented I can think of. The first four seasons covered a little less than one year in the characters’ lives. You spend a lot of time on processes, how-tos, watching people work. How do you avoid getting lost in the weeds with all that detail?


Gilligan: We get more and more lost in the weeds as the series progresses. I can tell you one particular physical manifestation of that: The hardest part of the job of writing this show is when the six writers and myself sit around the room and break the story. We figure out the story, moment by moment, plot beat by plot beat, and it is such a detailed process that it takes quite a bit of time. It takes longer, man-hour-wise, to do that than to actually write the script once the plot is broken. When we first started, that process of breaking the story took maybe a week, a week and a half, per episode. Then it wound up being about two weeks. Now we are floating around three weeks per episode, and sometimes they go substantially longer than that. We are very lucky that Sony and AMC, the companies we work for, are very understanding about schedule. Having said that, we’re only human. Every now and then, we do catch ourselves in a mistake or someone else catches us in a mistake. We hate when that happens, but it does happen.


Slate: Can you think of an example?



Gilligan: I was talking a few minutes ago to a writer who was asking me about inconsistencies of when the show is set in time. When I was shooting the pilot episode, we had a scene where Walt puts his son’s handicap placard on his car, and it said 2007. The writer said to me: “I thought this show took place in 2007, and it’s only been a year since then, but last week you had someone mention the Osama Bin Laden a.ssassination. How do you reconcile that?” I had to say, “Well, honestly, I don’t.” In a perfect world, this show is somewhat timeless, and people will watch it and think of it as the present.




 5 years ago '04        #3099
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 09-07-2012, 11:51 PM         #3100
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 Bedewe22 said:
Yeah, they did fu*k up.


Slate: The show is one of the most detail-oriented I can think of. The first four seasons covered a little less than one year in the characters’ lives. You spend a lot of time on processes, how-tos, watching people work. How do you avoid getting lost in the weeds with all that detail?


Gilligan: We get more and more lost in the weeds as the series progresses. I can tell you one particular physical manifestation of that: The hardest part of the job of writing this show is when the six writers and myself sit around the room and break the story. We figure out the story, moment by moment, plot beat by plot beat, and it is such a detailed process that it takes quite a bit of time. It takes longer, man-hour-wise, to do that than to actually write the script once the plot is broken. When we first started, that process of breaking the story took maybe a week, a week and a half, per episode. Then it wound up being about two weeks. Now we are floating around three weeks per episode, and sometimes they go substantially longer than that. We are very lucky that Sony and AMC, the companies we work for, are very understanding about schedule. Having said that, we’re only human. Every now and then, we do catch ourselves in a mistake or someone else catches us in a mistake. We hate when that happens, but it does happen.


Slate: Can you think of an example?



Gilligan: I was talking a few minutes ago to a writer who was asking me about inconsistencies of when the show is set in time. When I was shooting the pilot episode, we had a scene where Walt puts his son’s handicap placard on his car, and it said 2007. The writer said to me: “I thought this show took place in 2007, and it’s only been a year since then, but last week you had someone mention the Osama Bin Laden a.ssassination. How do you reconcile that?” I had to say, “Well, honestly, I don’t.” In a perfect world, this show is somewhat timeless, and people will watch it and think of it as the present.




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