Welcome to Breaking Bad Xtra. Every Monday we will discuss last night’s BrBa.
Today, I’ll give you a few secrets about Episode 10, “Buried,” as well as some predictions for the rest of the season. So if you’re like me and you can’t get enough of Breaking Bad, then BrBa X-tra is perfect for you to read each and every Monday.
Did you know?
Walt White is living well below his means. His dealings in the meth empire have landed him $80 million bucks, which due to Hank’s meddling is now being buried in the middle of the desert.
The Bedroom Scene:
The big scene of this week’s Breaking Bad had to be when Marie confronted Skyler in her bedroom. While Marie does most of the talking, there is a bunch of great non-verbal acting going on in this scene. Check it out.
While we don’t know any secrets from this episode, Anna Gunn, the actress who plays Skyler, reveals the truth about one of her sex scenes with Walt:
“Early on, there was a scene where Walt comes home and he’s feeling all invigorated by his criminal activities, and Skyler’s at home wearing a green facemask. Walt feels turned on, somehow, and he wants to show his wife how he feels about her. He turns and pushes me against the refrigerator door. We had a little pad that he was supposed to push me into, but I missed the pad and so I did a face-plant into the refrigerator. We kept it because it looked really good.”
Last night’s episode was all about how Walt buried his money. During an inside look at Episode 11, Season 5, actor Bryan Cranston says he dug the whole himself. The scene was filmed on actual Navaho land, but it turns out the real way the hole was dug can be seen in the video below.
The “Bitch” Factor
Unfortunately there was no bitch-ing from Jesse or any of his friends in this episode.
I still think Skyler’s future doesn’t look bright, despite her riding for Walt in this episode. Judging by the preview for next week, I think Jesse will be sent to “Belize” for trying to talk to the police. Also, I think this whole season rests on Walt coming back to get his money, based off the buried scene and the info which was placed on a lottery ticket on his fridge.