Glass of Milk?Edit
This episode as well as episode 10 of season 4 there is a glass of milk on the kitchen counter. Despite the fact that Walter isnt home or not up yet. Is it supposed to mean something? An easter egg? Or am i mistaken and it's actually not a glass of milk but rather something else?
(reposted in epiasode 10 Seson 4 talk page)
Spoiler Alert Edit
Someone who knows how, please hide the spoiler by using the same color as the background, like they do on TvTropes. Just putting "SPOILER ALERT" doesn't stop the eye from reading a large chunk of text at once.
Why are you reading episode summaries for episodes you haven't seen, instead of...y'know....watching the episodes? This site isn't tvtropes, unfortunately. TheNarrator 00:13, May 23, 2012 (UTC)
He's not... He's referring to the Spoiler that tells everyone who reads this first episode summary in big bold highlights that Gus is killed in the final episode 13 episodes away. Most viewers tend to watch Episode 1 before Episode 13 you know. And I don't even think the reference has any merit in the first place and IMO it would be better to be removed rather than just hidden.
DarkMoonRising 15:45, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
I see now. Point made, taken no. My apologies. TheNarrator 17:20, May 30, 2012 (UTC)
Why kill victor? Edit
Seems over the top to kill Victor, which made me think. Ever since Walt and Jessy killed the 2 street dealers by running them over and shooting one in the head, Victor looked upset. Could it be that there was some relation between Victor and the 2 guys Walt and Jessie killed? If so Victor would want something done for revenge. Gus may have reasoned, if I kill Jessy and Walt then Victor feels avenged, and I have my muscle guy back but no chemist, or I kill Victor and find some new muscle, protect Walt and i keep my chemist? Maybe? I hope so otherwise it seems a bit unnecessary. --Leelondon (talk) 14:19, February 26, 2013 (UTC)