Last week, we revealed to you what was the favorite season of fans of breaking Bad. The opportunity to prove to you to what extent the show had known an exponential success thanks in particular to its hard-hitting intrigues and its meticulous realization. Which probably explains why breaking Bad is still considered one of the best drama series in the world today. Besides, the deaths – often atrocious – many protagonists are also part of its salt. On that note, Walter White aficionados who have watched the full five seasons multiple times will notice that there is a subtle commonality between all of the show’s biggest deaths.
And for good reason, when we take a step back, it is very clear to us that neither Jesse Pinkman nor Walter White seem to have trouble washing their dirty laundry in public. Indeed, unlike the classic scheme which would like an assassination to take place at night away from prying eyes, all the most important victims (Hank Schrader, Combo and Gustavo Fring) of the show are on the contrary executed in broad daylight in the desert. Which means two things. Firstly that the two protagonists are not afraid to be kicked and that they undoubtedly appreciate the idea of letting their victim rot in a blazing heat. Second, it reinforces that stressful sense of imminent danger and great underlying tension, two inherent components of the show’s DNA. A convincing script choice except in this scene from breaking Bad which has gone way too far according to fans.