NB Shoes Worn by Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 7 “Problem Dog” (2011)

NB Shoes Worn by Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 7 “Problem Dog” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

NB Shoes Worn by Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 7 “Problem Dog” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

NB Shoes Worn by Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 7 “Problem Dog” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

NB Shoes Worn by Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 7 “Problem Dog” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

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Not for one second did I regret that I watched this series.’ Breaking bad’ has no templates, it is very difficult to predict exactly how the characters will behave in a given situation and what will happen in the future. Having watched a huge number of series that ended not with happy endings, I can confidently say that this series acted on me murderously, morally killing.

The writers of the show turned out excellent character who is degraded in the eyes. Throughout the seasons, the opinion of the heroes is changing dramatically, turning upside down. Someone who seemed perfect, sweet and kind shows his dark side. And the one who seemed hopeless hooligans, rowdy and completely irresponsible, showed and showed all his good that is in the soul. But, everyone has to make the conclusions so, this series deserves huge attention.

I think, this series shows and teaches that it is necessary to stop during, to look back and to tell itself’stop’. You should be able to slow down in order not to break down completely and irrevocably.

A huge plus, for me personally, is another amazing discovery. Aaron Paul is gorgeous in that role. I read that the writers wanted to kill his character in the first season. Well, thank you for not doing it, otherwise, the show would have lost a lot that even words can not Express. Jesse Pinkman is my favorite character in the series. For all time of viewing, I soaked him with enormous tenderness and sympathy. I watched the fate of his hero with bated breath. Jesse Pinkman definitely deserves a happy ending.

I have never done this, but it is Aaron Paul’s game that I can compare in some moments with Leonardo DiCaprio’s. All these emotions, which he perfectly conveys, or rather experiences, passing through a dear friend. The series is truly beautiful, and I confidently say that I will revise this masterpiece, which is not like anything else more than once.