Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 “Salud” (2011)

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Lightspeed Aviation Headsets Worn by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 10 "Salud" (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

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Before I started watching ‘Breaking Bad’, for some reason I was very skeptical about it, and I watched the first series only because of the high ratings. However, she has absolutely not captured (probably largely since I watched it at night and wanted to sleep), so after it, I took a break somewhere for a month. Then series began to look some of my relatives, and they spoke, that says -‘ Grassroots ‘ – nothing says. In the end, I still found time to watch the second series. To be honest, my attitude remained neutral for a while, but from the second season, the interest began to increase with each series. And then began the third season, and together with him and most interesting and exciting!

At the end of the last episode of the second season, Walter white acquired his most familiar external, and with it the inner image of Heisenberg. As far as I know, the goal of Vince Gilligan-the Creator and Director of this great series was to make the attitude towards Walter throughout the series more and more deteriorated. Indeed, some of the things Walt even cause a small short-haired, and other-compassion.

As for acting, it is on top, no doubt. Naturally, watching the series in the voice acting, you can not evaluate it (the game) to the maximum, except that only facial expressions and the live voice of the actors play a huge role. To my shame, I haven’t seen any more Brian Cranston movies, although it is said that Walt’s role is one of his best (if not his best) roles. As for Aaron Paul-it is absolutely the best of all.

To say more, that makes no sense, but the Directors did a good job, finished the series as and when necessary. However, I till the last moment hoping that everything will be different, but as I said, so it is necessary, differently the series would not be what it is.

A low bow to the entire crew, and a separate one to Vince Gilligan for his work, and Brian and Aaron for their acting.