Sergio Tacchini Men’s White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011)

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

Sergio Tacchini Men's White Tracksuit in Breaking Bad Season 4 Episode 8 “Hermanos” (2011) - TV Show Product Placement

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This show is cool! You goddamned right!

For a long time, I was tormented by vague doubts about the validity of Bromine/Barium, I postponed viewing further and further and how I was wrong. The series is the most powerful shot of television, one of the best dramas ever existed before, carrying only one big minus-you need to wait for the fifth season, without throwing out the events of the previous ones. After all, compared to fifth the rest of the seasons look more dull and empty, but with every turnover, everything gained, speeding up to unimaginable speeds. Now I will analyze each season in detail.

Season 1. To start a series of this level is just great — Walter white cancer wants to have time to provide for his family, is still alive and not come up with anything better than cooking meth. On one of the jobs brother-in-law Hank Schrader, working in the DEA, he meets with a local junkie Jesse Pinkman and offers him to do drug business. Game actors, motives and actions are just different, and then we show the drug dealer Tuco Salamanca. The ending leaves a feeling of incompleteness. 8,5/10.

Season 2. Significantly expanded the cast, introducing Saul Goodman, Gustavo Franca, and Mike Ehrmantraut. The first season developed, Walt changes character, becoming more rigid. In a whole the second season largely made a small step forward, relatively first. 8,5/10.

Season 3. Slightly controversial due to having the most boring “Fly” series. However, at the moment it also has the best series — the last two. The series introduces the Tuco brothers and his uncle, who was already present earlier. Walt now has his own laboratory, which accelerates the cooking of blue meth, which is not without logic-the characters are developing, including in financial terms. The series became more interesting and larger, but some sluggishness still remained. 9/10.

Season 4. In fact, some series have manifestations of stupidity Walt and, especially, Jesse, but damn it — how cool is the season! The flashbacks showing the past Huss, in fact, excellent. But the main event of the season-a series of “Face-off”. Very cool ending! This time the season jumped a few goals higher relative to the previous one. 9,5/10.

Season 5. The one case when one can forgive anything of the previous series. The series has lost a colorful villain but has gained a new, albeit less interesting. Walt is becoming a different person. The season is Packed with murders of some of the main characters of the series. New character Todd I personally hated all the time. Now all the sags, not docking stupidity of the main characters is gone — the writers carefully prepared us for a Grand finale, split the season into 2 parts, gave Hank a great reaction in the early 9 series. Well, as the final feature is Bravo!!! That’s how it was supposed to end. The series finale compared to the vast majority of series — how to compare “Batman forever 1995” and “Dark knight 2008” – is like heaven and earth, it’s peerless and just fine. 10+/10.

Summing up, I want to say the series is not perfect, it has a boring and simple series. No docking and no logic — also a frequent guest in the early seasons. But such a powerful finale I think was not expecting anyone. That’s what master means. Bravo, Vince Gilligan!