I wonder if Jesse finds out that WW killed Jane; or allowed Jane to die. Depending on how you look at it.
If he does you can add Jesse to the list of WW enemies.
I cant wait it just sucks that its the last season.
The Gigalo with the most below
I watched the episode titled "Fly" the other night. One of my favorite episodes. Question:
What do you think the fly (aka the contamination) symbolizes?
I think it symbolizes the consequences of WW's decision. Everything he has done has sunk him and his family deeper into danger/ contamination. The consequences appears to be minor-as small as a fly- and easy to deal with and swat away. But just like the way another fly appeared at the end of the episode, when you make bad decisions and you don't deal with them right that fly comes back threatening to contaminate the things you have cooking.
I've been catching up and re watching on train rides to and from work - just saw The Fly again not too long ago. For me the fly comes at a point where Walt finally realizes he's lost control, does NOT call the shots and beyond his abilities to do anything about... its been heading in that direction but he doesn't realize it till he's already underwater and his family is now affected.
He realizes he's got to regain control of everything, and he will, just have to deal with this little pesky mother****ing fly first....because as far as anything else he has no f-ing clue.
Prediction - show ends with the meth lab in the basement of the car wash... but more than likely there is no basement in ANY car wash so nevermind.
Maybe I'm looking into it too much. But Gilligan is big on symbolism and deeper meanings than just what you see on the surface.
For ex., I still don't know what that pink, half burned stuff animal that fell from the airplane explosion means. It's got to mean more than just a casualty from a plane crash. They spent so much time showing it to us.