The lines would be great in a comic book. Coming from characters in a human drama, not so much. But they had a fine balance to achieve, turning Walt into a villain while keeping his humanity in sight. The show's premise gets increasingly ludicrous as it goes on, and the interactions between major characters more absurd... the dialogue, a lot of the time, reflects that. If the actors weren't as good as they were a lot of those scenes would have felt worse.
>>49418568 I think it'll be good in a different way. I got to be an extra in one of the later episodes. I thought the series was going to be like an episode to episode drama but instead it tells an overall arc besides of just how he got to become Saul Goodman.
Didn't really see a whole lot, was an "attorney" in a large group of people clapping on a second balcony while a scene played put below
>>49417369 That's what I always found weird about Breaking Bad. I know there's a team of writers but it seemed to only go two ways; cheesy, or great.
Cheesy like Jesse pointing out "vamanos" to Skylar and she says, yeah I wish. There were a bunch of moments like thay, that seemed amateurish. But there were a lot of great ones, like the whole scene with Mike and Jesse explaining why they were leaving the business. A lot of stuff like thay
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