Are we about to see a major changing of power on “Breaking Bad”? If there is ever a time to make a move, next week’s new episode is going to be it; and really, we are going to be seeing some pretty important events occur.
For one, Jesse Pinkman and Walter White are going to have some serious problems, at least judging from the former’s comments that his one-time teacher is actually “the devil.” This is really just reflective of the incredible role reversal that has taken place on this show since the beginning. In the early days, Walt was a man trying to do right by his family, and Jesse was just a troubled young man. Who ever imagined that he’d now be the one really trying his best to do some good?
As per usual, the preview for this episode (entitled “Rabid Dog”) does not exactly give much away, save for Skyler informing us of what should be the obvious: Walt has something that he clearly needs to take care of. We also have the official synopsis below courtesy of AMC:
“An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything.”
Here is a scary thought: After this hour airs, there will literally only be four episodes left. This is the pain in the eight-episode run: It’s gone in a flash, just when you are starting to think that the story is building.
What do you think is going to happen on next week’s “Breaking Bad”? If you want to read our full review of this episode, click here; we’ll have some more specific analysis a little later on in the week.