History NightmareFuel / BreakingBad

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* Tortuga's CruelAndUnusualDeath in where we get to watch his head being severed in gruesome fashion by the cousins, earlier in season 2 you get to see what happens to him with his head attached to the tortoise that originally offered as a gift.
1st May '16 5:38:59 PM superkeijikun
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* From the beginning of "Blood Money": [[spoiler:Hank leaving Walt's house after realizing he was Heisenberg, and the massive panic attack he has on the drive home that, at first, seems like a heart attack!]]
28th Apr '16 11:37:06 PM superkeijikun
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** Gus's threat to Walt before his mad dash back home is especially chilling.
--> '''Gus''': I will kill your wife. I will kill your son. ''[[WouldHurtAChild I will kill your infant daughter.]]''
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** Similar scenes are shown in other cold opens throughout the season with the same features, revealing a little more with each time it is shown before culminating in the season finale, when we are shown workers in hazmat suits working in the area around Walt's house, with two corpses covered up nearby, suggesting that Walt and Jesse died in an accident while cooking meth. [[spoiler:The fact that Walt and Jesse survive to the end of the season and what we saw was the aftermath of a mid-air collision between two planes, indirectly caused by Walt, brings little comfort.]]
17th Feb '16 3:20:15 AM OmarKarindu
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** Not to mention the implications of her telling him "I can't keep you out of my house. I can't even keep you out of my bed."
11th Feb '16 11:06:08 PM RobbSony3
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* The Cousins. Their stoic nature, their merciless murders, and their thirst for revenge for the sake of family... both packaged with a giant silver axe. These are two people you ''do not'' want to cross.



* The Neo-Nazis. They're... they're just too good at what they do. [[spoiler:Shank ten different people all locked up in prison within a 2 minute window? No problem. Execute an entire drug gang in a matter of seconds? Easily pulled off. Murder two DEA agents and bury them in the desert? Done. Torture a man and enslave him to force him to cook meth? Piece of cake. Break into Skyler White's house to blackmail her despite the fact that there are police watching the house and getting away without being caught? Did it already. Murder Andrea Cantillo directly in front of her house and saying they'll have no problem tracking down her son Brock and doing the same to him? They'll do it.]] And you thought the Cousins were bad.
** Want to know something else? The Aryan Brotherhood, the group that Jack Welker's gang is based on, is the most vicious prison gang in the United States. They only make up 0.1% of the prison population, they are responsible for up to '''20 percent''' of murders in the federal prisons.
* Todd Alquist is NightmareFuel made flesh. Behind this average-looking man hides a cold-blooded killer with no sense of empathy. [[spoiler:His second appearance is him shooting a kid on the spot, without warning, without so much as asking his bosses' permission. Several episodes later, he beats Jesse to a pulp, imprisons him in an underground dungeon, and enslaves him to meth-cooking, all while holding Andrea and Brock, two innocent civilians hostage. When Jesse tries to escape, instead of shooting him just as Jesse begs him to do, he shoots Andrea as a warning while leaving Brock alive as a leverage. And all after giving him ice cream for a good day's work.]]



* The fact that the show has a body count of [[https://thedroidyourelookingfor.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/bb_finaldeathtoll.jpg 269 people]]. If that doesn't tell you how bad the drug world is, what will? Even taking out the victims of Wayfarer 515, Jane's overdose (which could be considered homicide by negligence) and Gonzo's accidental death, you still have ''100 people'' who die from homicide in this show.
** According to the same graph, Walt ends the series killing 19 people. It gives viewing the season one episodes, when Walt was still reluctant to kill and insisted to Jesse that violence was not an option, an added level of horror.
* The very premise of the show. As Bryan Cranston and others have repeatedly stated in interviews, Walt is not all that different than other regular people in terms of moral decency when he starts out. But a combination of external factors and psychological issues beneath the surface pushed enough buttons to send him on his path. That means that ''anyone in real life'', including ''you'', has the hidden potential to become a Heisenberg.

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* '''[[ProfessionalKiller The Cousins]]'''. Their stoic, AxCrazy nature, their brutal murders, and their thirst for revenge for the sake of family... both packaged with a giant silver axe. These are two people you ''do not'' want to cross.
* Todd Alquist is NightmareFuel made flesh. Behind this average-looking man hides a cold-blooded killer with no sense of empathy. [[spoiler:His second appearance is him shooting a kid on the spot, without warning, without so much as asking his bosses' permission. Several episodes later, he beats Jesse to a pulp, imprisons him in an underground dungeon, and enslaves him to meth-cooking, all while holding Andrea and Brock, two innocent civilians hostage. When Jesse tries to escape, instead of shooting him just as Jesse begs him to do, he shoots Andrea as a warning while leaving Brock alive as a leverage. And all after giving him ice cream for a good day's work.]]
* The Neo-Nazis, and [[BigBad Jack Welker]] himself. They're... they're just too good at what they do. [[spoiler:Shank ten different people all locked up in prison within a 2 minute window? No problem. Execute an entire drug gang in a matter of seconds? Easily pulled off. Murder two DEA agents and bury them in the desert? Done. Torture a man and enslave him to force him to cook meth? Piece of cake. Break into Skyler White's house to blackmail her despite the fact that there are police watching the show has a body count of [[https://thedroidyourelookingfor.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/bb_finaldeathtoll.jpg 269 people]]. If that doesn't tell you how bad the drug world is, what will? Even taking out the victims of Wayfarer 515, Jane's overdose (which could be considered homicide by negligence) house and Gonzo's accidental death, you still getting away without being caught? Did it already. Murder Andrea Cantillo directly in front of her house and saying they'll have ''100 people'' who die from homicide in this show.
** According to
no problem tracking down her son Brock and doing the same graph, Walt ends to him? They'll do it.]]
** Want to know something else? The Aryan Brotherhood,
the series killing 19 people. It gives viewing the season one episodes, when Walt was still reluctant to kill and insisted to Jesse group that violence was not an option, an added level of horror.
* The very premise
Jack Welker's gang is based on, is the most vicious prison gang in the United States. They only make up 0.1% of the show. As Bryan Cranston and others have repeatedly stated prison population, they are responsible for up to '''20 percent''' of murders in interviews, Walt is not all that different than other regular people in terms of moral decency when he starts out. But a combination of external factors and psychological issues beneath the surface pushed enough buttons to send him on his path. That means that ''anyone in real life'', including ''you'', has the hidden potential to become a Heisenberg.federal prisons.
2nd Feb '16 1:06:51 AM jedidarrick
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The premise of the show can be considered this. The fact that a high school chemistry teacher/family man can turn out to be a cold-blooded killer is just terrifying.
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The premise of the show can be considered this. The fact that a high school chemistry teacher/family man can turn out to be a cold-blooded killer is just terrifying.
And now for some specific examples:
This list shows the last 10 events of 116. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=NightmareFuel.BreakingBad