August 29th, 2010
|10:37 am - Jesse needs direction|
Hmmm.... this is possibly my most self-indulgent post ever, but never mind. I am partly just compiling this in one place for future reference. And now I am off to see happytune's new house in Leicester.
Interview: Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul:
Cranston: Jesse is an idiot.
Paul: A lovable idiot.
Cranston: You baffle me with the depth of your ignorance. And me, you're probably saying, "He's such an old fart" ....
Paul: Yet they're both very lonely at times. All they have is each other.
Cranston: Walt's not immune to Jesse's boyish charms. Jesse needs direction. At the beginning, it served me to give him that direction... But now I begrudgingly feel for him. I don't think Walt would admit it. But it's there.
Paul: Both of these guys are obviously in a lot of denial about what they're doing.
Transcript: Breaking Bad, Season 3, Episode 7 'One Minute':
(hospital room, Jesse badly injured in the bed)
Walt: “I don't want a monkey. I want you.”
Jesse isn't interested
Walt: "Equal-share partners. 1.5 million dollars each."
“I don't think you heard . . ."
“I heard you FINE. I said NO.”
“Let me understand this; you're turning down 1.5 million dollars."
“I'm not turning down the money. I'm turning down YOU. I want nothing to do with you. Ever since I met you, everything I've ever cared about is gone, ruined, turned to shit... gone, ever since I hooked up with the great 'Heisenberg', I've never been more alone.
I have NOTHING, NO ONE, alright? It's all gone. Get it? No... No, why...what do you even care? As long as YOU get what you want. You don't give a shit about me.
You said I was no good. I'm nothing. Why would you want me? You said my meth is inferior, right, right... you said my cook was garbage. Screw you man, screw you.”
“Your meth is good, Jesse. As good as mine.” Walt is lying
(Street outside Walt's house)
Walt pulls up and gets out the car. Phone ringing.
It's Jesse: “Fifty-fifty?"
Walt closes phone.
Jesse looks at a chart of faces next to the bed which patients can use to indicate how much pain they are feeling.
Fanfiction: Christmas in Albuquerque by fakepoptart. Very accomplished slash fiction, one of only two or three I think ever written.
Lafftrack: Scene from episode 'Fly' with dubbed lafftrack.