Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009)

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

Bentley Continental GT Luxury Vehicle in Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 6: Peekaboo (2009) - TV Show Product Placement

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Good evening. My name is Walter White. I’m just a chemistry teacher at school. The only value of my life is family: wife and son. My wife is in the final stages of pregnancy, soon I will have a second child, and I am happy with this event. The other day I celebrated my anniversary-I turned 50 years old. Today I learned that I have cancer. I am not afraid of death, but the thought that my family will be left without protection, without any means for a decent and promising life gnawing at me. If I die, my son won’t have enough money to go to a decent College. He did not deserve such a future, so fate treated him very severely – he is disabled from birth. I’m not gonna let this family need anything after I die. And yet, despite all the problems that had befallen me, I was lucky. I met my former student, Jesse Pinkman, who is involved in the manufacture and sale of methamphetamine. And now, many years later, my knowledge of chemistry really came in handy. I am on the path of iniquity. But don’t forget, everything I intend to do for my family.

It is thus possible to describe the plot of the series. We can not say that the plot is primitive, on the contrary, the story of a simple chemistry teacher, the future ‘king’ of drug trafficking, attracts the viewer from the first series and tightens until the denouement. Personally, for me, familiarity with American television began with the series ‘breaking bad’. Initially, I did not assume that the series can intrigue me no less than quality movies. For me, American television was associated only with’ Friends ‘and’ Sex in the city’ and therefore did not cause much interest. Afterward, I changed my mind.

First of all, the series attracts a kind of chip’. Before that, I had never seen a detailed description of the manufacture of drugs. On the screen we see how to use chemicals and ‘culinary’ skills, chemistry teacher makes meth. People tend to be interested in certain things about which he knows nothing, and which are so skillfully made. For example, not everyone knows how to play the guitar, or, say, the piano, but we are involuntarily drawn to the game of these musical instruments. The same is true of Walter white’s work. He makes the drug so professionally that we involuntarily get involved in his activities. This is also a kind of’music’. But the most interesting thing, for me personally, was the development of the main characters: Walter White (Brian Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). If we follow each separately, we will notice how much both characters have changed in 5 seasons (2 years in the story). Let’s start with ‘Mr. white’ or Heisenberg. In the first series, we see that this is an ordinary man, a chemistry teacher, not much different from the rest, except that a great mind. He leads a normal life, goes to work in school, forced to earn money at the car wash, due to lack of money. When he learns of his illness, the only way out of this situation, he sees the occupation of criminal activity. We saw how he initially repented after the crimes he committed, how hard he endured this unexpected change in his life. The drug business turned out to be much more versatile than the simple manufacture of drugs. We see his character hardening. When Walter first killed a man (no comment), his soul began to ‘blacken’. He becomes harder, stronger, harder. All his timidity and uncertainty seemed to disappear without a trace. Subsequently, the viewer learns that Walter, thanks to the treatment managed to delay his death, and after a long time we see how this man became a real monster. And then there’s another question: why didn’t Walter stop ‘cooking’ methamphetamine? After all, he had earned enough money to get his son into College, to provide a decent life for his wife and unborn second child, and even for himself to treat the disease. But Walter did not stop, he continued his criminal activities, and tried to carefully hide it from his wife and son. I have two versions of why the hero didn’t stop. One: the more he earned, the more he wanted. The desire to get more money increased exponentially. No wonder they say that money is evil. Because of them, a person can forget about everything. This desire can overshadow even the noblest intentions. The second version: Walter just liked to be someone more than a simple chemistry teacher. After all, before his illness, he did not represent any significant figure. After entering the drug business, he became respected, feared and even envied. I think that sense of weight, even in the underworld, gave him the will to live that way. After all, in ordinary life, he is nobody, and here-he is ‘king and God’. For the only time in his life, his abilities were ‘appreciated’. As for the initial desire-to provide for his family? I believe that these two factors slightly clouded the main goal, but did not kill completely. He may have become a monster, but he still stands guard over his family. As for Jesse Pinkman? This hero has also undergone significant changes. Jesse was less of a spirit than his mentor. This guy was originally a small fish in the drug business until he started working with Walter White. Future life was harsh and very cruel. The guy could not withstand such a voltage. All people are different. Not many can endure such experiences. We observe how Jesse’s attitude to his former teacher changes: initially he idolized him as a’ great cook’, but later he hated his mentor for his cruelty to people, for his greed and malice. We see how a person breaks down, how he goes crazy from what is happening. And if we compare the two main characters, we will understand that they are opposites to each other: like fire and water, earth and sky.

At the moment, my favorite series remains ‘breaking bad’. From the beginning to the end I could not tear myself away from him and tried to find out as quickly as possible what would happen next. I don’t think I was the only one who felt that way. I think that this is due primarily to the Creator of the series Vince Gilligan and the aforementioned actors, so amazing played the main roles.