HD1x2: Talking Bad Episode 2 Watch Online Free then Heisenberg is never far away. F Scott Fitzgerald said that the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. Walt's status as a criminal mastermind in large part seems down to his ability to operate two directly opposed personas at the same time, and switch between them as and when he sees fit.


HD1x2: Talking Bad Episode 2 Watch Online Free Blood Money for the most part he's happy to stay as mild-mannered Walter White, as the one that's most convenient for him in his current situation. However, there are still moments where Heisenberg pops up when called upon- like when he casually dismiss Lydia's plea for her life, or handles a panicked phone call from Saul literally like a boss. Like Walt's cancer - which has returned with a vengeance - Heisenberg might occasionally retreat, but it seems will never be able to fully go away.

HD1x2: Talking Bad Episode 2 Watch Online Free then there's Hank. Who does he see when he looks? When he steps out of the bathroom, after an uncomfortably long stretch on the throne (11+ months by my count), he sees his brother-in-law, and he sees his arch-nemesis, living in the same body: and he can't take it, as he spirals quickly into an anxiety attack. It's telling that Hank's first glimpse of Walt post-revelation is when he's at kindest and most loving - as he plays with and makes baby talk with Holly - as this harmless exterior is exactly what has kept Hank away the scent for so long.

Hank always reminds me of Edward G Robinson's character in the classic noir Double Indemnity. A truly gifted investigator and a natural tough guy, whose only weakness is his own inherently good nature; one characterised by a need to feel as if he can trust those closest to him, due to his day to day existence living in a world populated by crooks and snakes.


I'm reminded of it here because what's great about the way Blood Money plays out is that it reminds you that Hank really is a brilliant investigator, despite his catastrophic blind spot, in much the same way Robinson eventually gets redemption in Double Indemnity. Hank even gets his equivalent of one of the show's many meth montages, in a scene showing him plowing through the Heisenberg paperwork that also serves as a neat potted history of the show up to this point. His suspicions apparently confirmed, soon he's got a tracker on Walt's car: but almost as soon as it's attached Walt has figured out Hank's now onto him, after noticing the Leaves of Grass shaped hole in his toilet book-basket.