Observing The Pattern
The main disappointment this episode had for me was that no acknowledgment was ever given that Peter and Olivia were made aware of the connection between Walter and Roscoe.
Another point that I am yet undecided about is whether or not Walter should have confessed to Roscoe that he was in fact to blame in some manner for Bobby's death. Since it was unforeseen consequences;who knows what path lay in store for Bobby?, this is a difficult one to deal with.
We all carry that burden. Only Walter has to deal with being made aware of the results of the indirect consequences of his actions.
Last edited by OldDarth; 01-23-2011 at 07:10 AM.
Videography is different
While being an avid fan of the series, I have seen a noticeable change in the flow of the episode. The previous powerful flow (for lack of a better discription) has changed dramatically. The show changed. It know there must have been a change in how things were techincally made because the way you were able to see the progression through the episode was altered. I would even say it seemed to be less a Tiffany lamp and now more like a high intensity utility desk lamp. I can't put my finger on what I saw specifically. It just is not musical how the interactions were. Even the way Walter interacted with Peter was blank. There was an emotional change that seemed too artificial, too monotone and dry. Walter's way of speaking had been blanked.
I don't know how to say any of this. I just felt there is a new editor or something. It seemed disjointed, where every thought and piece in most of the previous episodes were melodic. This episode seemed very blocky.
Anyone else get this?
Originally Posted by bookworm2342
Stuck in wall
I still think the episode was fantastic but can agree that there were some weird edits that left the flow of the story at times choppy. But I don't know that I would conclude that this is a trend.
On The Fringe..
I thought the episode was fantastic...can't wait to see what next week brings!