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3/3/2020 1:51 AM

New season started not long ago.
Another awesome, awesome show.

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3/3/2020 2:45 AM

Is it close to as good as Breaking Bad? I started watching it and kind of forgot about it.

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3/3/2020 3:15 AM

I like it better than Breaking Bad. Jessie ruined BB for me, I couldn’t stand his character.

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3/3/2020 3:49 AM

I lost track of it, thanks for the reminder.

I went right into BCS on Netflix, after watching the entire BB, last year. Netflix here didn't have the former last season up yet then, I will have to go check in on it again. Great stuff.

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3/3/2020 4:06 AM

I’m watching the current season on AMC. Last night’s episode was fantastic.

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3/3/2020 4:42 AM

Very good show. I was thinking of posting this just the other day. Ya beat me to it. 👍

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3/3/2020 4:43 AM

I like it (though haven't started the latest season just yet) but have sometimes found the Jimmy McGill character a bit too quirky to be believable - that's about my only gripe. That said still a very good show imo.

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3/3/2020 5:23 AM

If he gives really good advice to really bad people, does that mean he is a bad lawyer?

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3/3/2020 8:50 AM

BCS is much, much better than BB. Fun sight seeing my hometown also.

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3/3/2020 10:06 AM

Best show on TV right now.

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3/3/2020 10:08 AM

I feel like BCS is the treat you receive after watching BB

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"A link is only as long as your longest strong chain"

3/3/2020 10:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/3/2020 10:14 AM

Its excellent. Lots of talk about it here about half way and the last page.
https://m.vitalmx.com/forums/Non-Moto,21/Ozark-and-other-Netflix-series,1345911

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

3/3/2020 12:17 PM

Guess my weekend is fuct then.

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3/4/2020 5:24 AM

I'm stuck on season 3 and I find it really slow. Just can't get me through it. Does it get better or does it stay like that for the entire show?

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3/4/2020 6:12 AM

I watched the first two episodes of season 5. Had a hard time keeping my attention on it. Still liked the early seasons of BB much better although I didn't care for the Jesse character.

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3/4/2020 11:06 AM

Shaping up tp be a great season again. Every season has been better than the last. Oh, and if Jesse's character in BB is annoying, I understand. But not caring for him is equivalent for not understanding the whole show.

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3/5/2020 6:55 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/5/2020 6:57 AM

Seems like every season it starts slow and when it comes together it is a frenzy that leaves you wanting more when the credits pop up on the season final.

Meanwhile, enjoy little things like the film of the ants climbing the ice cream cone last week.

I do need some help though.

I never could see what was on the picture that the bartender was asked to take down. Anybody's vision better than mine?

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3/6/2020 2:30 PM

JustMX wrote:

Seems like every season it starts slow and when it comes together it is a frenzy that leaves you wanting more when the credits pop up on the season final.

Meanwhile, enjoy little things like the film of the ants climbing the ice cream cone last week.

I do need some help though.

I never could see what was on the picture that the bartender was asked to take down. Anybody's vision better than mine?

Sydney opera house Photo

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3/6/2020 3:37 PM

JustMX wrote:

Seems like every season it starts slow and when it comes together it is a frenzy that leaves you wanting more when the credits pop up on the season final.

Meanwhile, enjoy little things like the film of the ants climbing the ice cream cone last week.

I do need some help though.

I never could see what was on the picture that the bartender was asked to take down. Anybody's vision better than mine?

Chance1216 wrote:

Sydney opera house Photo

Then I am sure missing something.

Why would Mike get all torn up about a picture of the Sydney opera house?

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3/6/2020 4:30 PM

JustMX wrote:

Seems like every season it starts slow and when it comes together it is a frenzy that leaves you wanting more when the credits pop up on the season final.

Meanwhile, enjoy little things like the film of the ants climbing the ice cream cone last week.

I do need some help though.

I never could see what was on the picture that the bartender was asked to take down. Anybody's vision better than mine?

Chance1216 wrote:

Sydney opera house Photo

JustMX wrote:

Then I am sure missing something.

Why would Mike get all torn up about a picture of the Sydney opera house?

No idea myself.

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3/6/2020 5:17 PM

While the scene is never explained within the episode, Mike appears to take issue with the postcard since it reminds him of Werner Ziegler, the engineer whom he was ordered to kill in season 4. In the episode “Something Stupid,” Mike brings Ziegler and the men contracted to build Fring’s super-lab to a strip club as a break from their construction work. Noticing Ziegler’s lack of interest in the dancers, Mike takes him to a bar instead where Ziegler tells Mike about his father, the engineer behind the Sydney Opera House. When Mike sees the postcard of the Sydney Opera House at the bar, the photo of the famous structure reminds Mike of Ziegler and increases his guilt over killing him in order to protect Fring’s operation.

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3/6/2020 5:47 PM

500guy wrote:

While the scene is never explained within the episode, Mike appears to take issue with the postcard since it reminds him of Werner Ziegler, the engineer whom he was ordered to kill in season 4. In the episode “Something Stupid,” Mike brings Ziegler and the men contracted to build Fring’s super-lab to a strip club as a break from their construction work. Noticing Ziegler’s lack of interest in the dancers, Mike takes him to a bar instead where Ziegler tells Mike about his father, the engineer behind the Sydney Opera House. When Mike sees the postcard of the Sydney Opera House at the bar, the photo of the famous structure reminds Mike of Ziegler and increases his guilt over killing him in order to protect Fring’s operation.

Dang dude! I’m impressed.
I totally didn’t remember or get that.
I think I need to go back and watch the entire series and pay a little more attention. It’s surprising how many little details can be overlooked and this is a perfect example.

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3/6/2020 6:54 PM

500guy wrote:

While the scene is never explained within the episode, Mike appears to take issue with the postcard since it reminds him of Werner Ziegler, the engineer whom he was ordered to kill in season 4. In the episode “Something Stupid,” Mike brings Ziegler and the men contracted to build Fring’s super-lab to a strip club as a break from their construction work. Noticing Ziegler’s lack of interest in the dancers, Mike takes him to a bar instead where Ziegler tells Mike about his father, the engineer behind the Sydney Opera House. When Mike sees the postcard of the Sydney Opera House at the bar, the photo of the famous structure reminds Mike of Ziegler and increases his guilt over killing him in order to protect Fring’s operation.

Chance1216 wrote:

Dang dude! I’m impressed.
I totally didn’t remember or get that.
I think I need to go back and watch the entire series and pay a little more attention. It’s surprising how many little details can be overlooked and this is a perfect example.

To be fair I googled that answer, I thought it was about the memory of his son.

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3/6/2020 7:39 PM

500guy wrote:

While the scene is never explained within the episode, Mike appears to take issue with the postcard since it reminds him of Werner Ziegler, the engineer whom he was ordered to kill in season 4. In the episode “Something Stupid,” Mike brings Ziegler and the men contracted to build Fring’s super-lab to a strip club as a break from their construction work. Noticing Ziegler’s lack of interest in the dancers, Mike takes him to a bar instead where Ziegler tells Mike about his father, the engineer behind the Sydney Opera House. When Mike sees the postcard of the Sydney Opera House at the bar, the photo of the famous structure reminds Mike of Ziegler and increases his guilt over killing him in order to protect Fring’s operation.

Chance1216 wrote:

Dang dude! I’m impressed.
I totally didn’t remember or get that.
I think I need to go back and watch the entire series and pay a little more attention. It’s surprising how many little details can be overlooked and this is a perfect example.

500guy wrote:

To be fair I googled that answer, I thought it was about the memory of his son.

I actually thought it was about his son as well.

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3/6/2020 8:19 PM

500guy wrote:

To be fair I googled that answer, I thought it was about the memory of his son.

Same here, I assumed wrongly. And the scenes with the ants on the ice cream cone.....every episode is like a William Faulkner novel. The symbolism is complex and profoundly develops the theme.

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3/6/2020 8:59 PM

Very artsy show. I love this style of production.

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

3/7/2020 3:18 AM

500guy wrote:

While the scene is never explained within the episode, Mike appears to take issue with the postcard since it reminds him of Werner Ziegler, the engineer whom he was ordered to kill in season 4. In the episode “Something Stupid,” Mike brings Ziegler and the men contracted to build Fring’s super-lab to a strip club as a break from their construction work. Noticing Ziegler’s lack of interest in the dancers, Mike takes him to a bar instead where Ziegler tells Mike about his father, the engineer behind the Sydney Opera House. When Mike sees the postcard of the Sydney Opera House at the bar, the photo of the famous structure reminds Mike of Ziegler and increases his guilt over killing him in order to protect Fring’s operation.

Thanks,

I guess I need to get a HD tv, or glasses, because I never could even make out what the picture was.

Of course my memory is about like my vision so I wouldn't have remembered the connection with Zeigler anyway.

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3/30/2020 11:37 PM

Shits awesome.

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3/31/2020 11:14 AM

Great season so far and like others have said it took a while for it to get going especially in the early seasons.

The writers are great as well as the film crew it's very much Breaking Bad like. 👍

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3/31/2020 1:08 PM

They came up with a crazy shot last night.

When he is peeking around the corner at the murder victims family his face is reflected off the black marble wall like a mirror except darker.
Kind of freaky.

Then his late brothers partner pops up and just wow, meltdown huh?

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