Archived from on August 15, 2012. Gus has a very attractive offer, however, which Walt briefly considers. But I believe your point of view is too moralistic and feminist. Just as we would in the same situation. Victor races to Gale's apartment to stop this, but Jesse arrives first and, after some hesitation, pulls his gun on Gale and fires. If you want to know, in the Sunset scene, Gus says that north of the border is his territory, and the cousins or anyone of the cartel has no right to decide what happens there.
Season 3, Episode 8 May 9, 2010 Season 3, Episode 8 May 9, 2010 The White and Schrader families anxiously await word on Hank's condition. I'm know there is a few scenes they purposely didn't sub the first time around like when Walt is trying to convince the Laundry ladies to clean the lab. The length of the depiction of Jesse's spending-spree in the club seemed unnecessary and like the show was indulging itself, something of which I can very rarely accuse it. If you intentionally spoil the series for new viewers, it will result in a ban. The family moment turns out to be just him alone with his child - a father, but not a husband. Follow Into the Badlands is an American.
According to other comments, some S3 scenes do have subtitles for the Spanish dialogue. Jesse's demand that the gangsters stop using children leads to unintended and tragic consequences. One thing that I have noticed is that there are several scenes where characters speak in Spanish - some of these scenes are quite important for following the story - but they never show language translations or subtitles. The wars were so long ago nobody even remembers. Gus decides to pay a visit to the hospital.
There may have been some minor phrases that didn't, but every important line should have a subtitle. At the end of S3 06, Gus meets the Cousins in the desert, in a very tense confrontation. As a relieved and furious Hank realizes the ruse, Walt and Jesse have the R. Hank, meanwhile, is still reluctant to leave the hospital and go home, even though his doctors have told him he's free to leave at any time. Meanwhile, Jesse takes care of business at the lab while Walt tries to make peace with Gus, but after witnessing a terrifying flash of anger, Walt starts to fear for his and his family's lives.
The English subtitles will then appear for the Spanish-language scenes as they should. Marco pummels Hector desperately until he releases Leonel, and asks him tearfully if he's all right. The very next scene the first scene of S3 07 is subtitled throughout. They both realise that Skyler is using the session as therapy and her lawyer is crystal clear about what the sensible legal course of action would be. Meanwhile, Hank's investigation is beginning to hit too close to home for Walt, causing serious concerns for him and Jesse. Later, the unarmed Hank receives an anonymous call telling him he has one minute before someone comes to attack him. And we know that he's given them Hank, to kill, instead of Walt, and the credits roll.
Or with Hank, does he listen to his head and take his promotion, or listen to his heart and stay on the Heisenberg case, risking looking a fool? The moment where Hank wished Gomez well in El Paso was pretty touching as he covered the ambivalent emotions nicely. Meanwhile, Skyler's new relationship isn't turning out as she'd like; and Marie tells Skyler about her concerns for the increasingly troubled Hank and his well-being. Well, there are plenty of Spanish speakers in the U. I'm currently whatching season 4, and during episode 10 there's a lot of spanish, but I can't find any subtitles that have the spanish parts translated. This world is built on blood. Try , , or instead. So he probably would have gone along with it to get out of the conversation and then seen an opportunity for a great night out, leaving the consequences to deal with later.
Walt's sleazy lawyer-partner Saul Goodman wants him to start producing meth again and takes steps to encourage him in that direction. The series received four nominations for the , winning for Outstanding Achievement in Drama. Some parts they want you to know what's happening so there's subtitles, because they want you to understand the scenario, but when something happens, like you said with Walt and Jesse, that they want to have some mystery behind, that may come up later, they'll leave it. She won't hear of it, but Walter, Jr. Walt introduces her to Saul, his lawyer, but she thinks the investment Saul's lined up is ludicrous and has a better idea. Walt decides to get out of manufacturing and tells his principal contact, Gus, that he's getting out of the business. This doesn't seem accidental, or sloppy - like everything in the series, it has meaning and it adds to the development of the story.
I had to go through several torrents before finding the ones with subtitles for some reason. He doesn't want to be the bad guy and refuses to get into drug manufacturing again. Did he see her giving in in this small way as a sign that he should give her what she wants he moves out and signs the divorce papers? Walt's employer, Gus, invites him to dinner and dispenses sage advice. Walt realizes that his life was in danger, and it was only Gus' intervention that saved him. Unbeknownst to Walt, the Mexican cousins now know where he lives. Or did he think her quick disappearance from the dinner table imply that it was futile to keep pushing? Jesse learns that the drug dealers have chosen to end Tomas's involvement in their activities by killing the boy, and Jesse decides to finish the two dealers off. Season 3, Episode 1 March 21, 2010 Season 3, Episode 1 March 21, 2010 In the third-season premiere, Walt faces a new threat on a new front and deals with an increasingly angry Skyler, who must consider what to do next with her life and the kids'.
Meanwhile, continuing anxiety and panic attacks plague Hank, which leads to a serious situation at the Drug Enforcement Agency. To justify it all he needed to hear someone confirm him in his view that he is righteous. Perhaps the inch she gave allowed him to take a foot and assume that he could continue cooking because she was starting to come around and allowing him to provide for his children as Gus told him to do. Jesse later claims that he will make Hank's life miserable and threatens to hand in Walt to the D. After he is abducted by Gus's men, Walt calls Jesse and orders him to murder Gale, knowing that Gus will have to keep him and by extension Jesse alive once he is the only trained chemist left.