Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad (2008)

7 mistakes in Fly

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Fly - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Walter is trying to kill the fly with his shoe, he leaves his notepad on the floor. Its position keeps changing between shots. (00:07:20)

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Fly - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When the episode is about to end, Walter's head on the pillow points in a 12 o'clock direction. A shot later it's at 11 o'clock.

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Fly - S3-E10

Audio problem: When Walt yells at Jesse through the lab's entrance door, the sound is very muffled, as if the door is a major insulator of sound. However, later, when Jesse yells at Walt through the same door, the sound is much clearer, and hardly muffled at all. (00:22:15 - 00:23:55)

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Fly - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Walt finally goes back home and is sleeping in bed, the shadows of his window blinds are cast over his face and body. But his nose is pretty clear out in the light. When the camera cuts to a close up, suddenly the shadows are over his nose.

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Fly - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Jesse is talking to Walt about wasting time, Jesse taps his wrist saying "tick tock." When he does, we see the rolled up newspaper in his hand touching his wrist. Camera cuts and now his arm and paper are out behind him. (00:16:10)

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Phoenix - S2-E12

Trivia: The website Walter Jr. creates to raise money for Walter Sr. can be found at http://www.savewalterwhite.com/. The donation link used to send the viewer to a legitimate cancer charity's website, but now just goes to AMC's home page. (00:20:00)

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Chosen answer: There are several possibilities. Gus primarily does it to make an example out of Victor. Victor is one of Gus' most loyal henchman, and yet he had no problem killing him. Meaning it doesn't matter how loyal or valuable Walt is, he can still be killed and it won't bother Gus. However, Walt tells Jesse that perhaps Victor "flew too close to the sun." Meaning, Victor over stepped his bounds by learning how to cook meth. Gus didn't appreciate Victor's initiative and Gus only wants his employees to do the job they're given. Again, telling Walt and Jesse to do their job or else.

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I think it was a combination of anger over Gayle's death and Victor being seen by witnesses makes Victor very vulnerable and therefore a dangerous liability to Fringe's empire.

By this point, the mugshot of Victor will have been spread around as a suspect in Gail's death. Victor had been come too hot to handle, so to say, so had to go.

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