[15], "Ozymandias" received universal critical acclaim and was described by several publications as the series' best episode, as well as one of the greatest episodes of television ever produced. That's never going to go away. Is that true?" Because may be his human conscience took over him at the moment and compelled him to do so.Anyway he might have thought he was already getting 6 barrel of dollars (around 68.57 million Dollars) which was more than enough for generations to last and losing 1 out of 7 barrels wont make much difference, after all it was Walter White who had earned it all. Jack shoots Hank in the head, and Walt collapses to the ground in despair. [23], On the Breaking Bad Insider podcast, Vince Gilligan revealed that he considers the episode to be the best of the series. It's going to be what it is." Did Andrew Johnson Hotel kill Hank Williams Sr.? But quite why Hank had to meet such a grizzly end was one of the most talked about threads to come out of the now infamous Ozymandias episode. All rights reserved. In a flashback set during the "Pilot", Walt and Jesse are cooking meth for the first time at the Tohajiilee Indian Reservation. JACK MCELROY. It really affected me," Bowen tells The Hollywood Reporter. ", "From Buffy To Breaking Bad: What Is The Best TV Episode Of All Time? Plus Jack had just gotten the score of a lifetime from Walt. And when I got blown away and they clapped, I was very satisfied. "He said you were a born killer. ... First, there was no way Jack would let Hank live, he was as good as dead from the moment the shooting began, and Walt knew that. [25][26][27][28] Drusilla Moorhouse, an online contributor to The Today Show's website, remarked how "nothing could compare to Walt's cruelty" when he revealed to Jesse the truth about his involvement in Jane's death, and described the episode as the destruction of Walt's family; however, she also noted Walt's selflessness when he "rewrote the history of [Skyler's] complicity" by making the phone call, and when he placed Holly in a fire truck to be safely returned home. What does that mean to you? Temperance "Bones" Brennan Portrayed by Emily Deschanel. Day 2: 3:00am-4:00am features the most named recurring characters in a single episode killed by Jack Bauer: Davis , Trask , Raymond O'Hara and Rouse . THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER is a registered trademark of The Hollywood Reporter, LLC. Jack McElroy. PHOTOS: 'Breaking Bad's' 20 Most Badass Quotes, "He'd bring something up [from our fictional backstory] and he would ask me a question within that context. Jack saves Walt from getting arrested by killing Hank. Both Hank and Steve's deaths were avenged by Walt, who kills Jack in the same manner that he killed Hank and kills his entire crew as well (" Felina "). These are the cast members that have left the show and their respective reasons why. There were quite a few of those. Walt promises to explain everything later, but Skyler assumes that he has killed Hank when Walt will not answer as to Hank's whereabouts. Hank lives long enough to be shot dead in cold blood by Jack. [...] After a slow start to the second part of this fifth and final season, in which the moving parts of this catastrophe engine were painstakingly set into place, the master plan was finally made appallingly clear". [5][6][7][8][9][10] At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode. 3/29/2015. Apart from that, all he did was kill and obey the orders of his boss Jack. The following characters have been featured in the opening credits of the program. Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan (seasons 1–12) works as a forensic anthropologist at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and is also a best-selling novelist. Amitin additionally lauded the episode's directing and acting, stating that he could "taste" the episode's "cruelty and bitter tears". Sure, his pride had a part to play in it and took it very personally but Walt was an evil monster. "Ozymandias" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 60th and third-to-last episode of the series. The biggest reason why is because he shot a kid during the train heist and showed no signs of remorse. On the paper I'm looking at it. ), PHOTOS: 'Breaking Bad's' 10 Most Mind-Blowing Episodes. The way Jack saw it, he put the fear of him and his crew into Walt, a wannabe badass. It's clear he blames his former partner for Hank's death. Wanting revenge for Jesse selling him out to Hank, Walt finds Jesse hiding and gives him to Uncle Jack. Walt jumps on top of Skyler in an attempt to wrestle the knife away, but Walt Jr. pulls him off, calls the police, and reports Walt as the attacker in an effort to get Walt arrested. I'm glad the camera wasn't on me, because my lip was shaking. [7] Seth Amitin of IGN gave the episode a full 10 out of 10 score and called it the "most gut-wrenching, twisted, horrific, and well-planned" episode of the series thus far and described it as "a capitalization on all of the built-up pieces that add up to a puzzle." It is a horrific betrayal for Walt. Watching him die because of Walt's own mistakes was more heartbreaking. The last day was rough. I understand the second time Walt ordered Jack to kill Jesse (in the desert after Hank died): Walt felt betrayed by the seemingly only person he held a soft spot for (other than his family). Reaching home, Walt hurriedly begins packing. [36] Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn both submitted this episode for consideration after being nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, with each winning their categories, as well. Mendelsohn has discussed the esteem in which fans also hold the episode by noting that it had received a perfect 10 score from over 12,000 reviewers on IMDb within less than three days, and it still remained on 10. [3][12], This episode marks the final appearance of Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) and Gomez (Steven Michael Quezada). He also compared the sight of Walt rolling the money barrel in the desert to a dung beetle. It was first aired on April 27, 2003. They're the immediate threats. What was it like shooting that huge blowout scene? I think he did it to stop the operation in case things didn't go as planned when he goes to kill the people who have Jesse. by The crew waited to film the episode to allow for Cranston's and Paul's hair to grow in so they would look like they did before Walt began shaving his head and Jesse began wearing his short. Jack's men bury Hank and Gomez' bodies in the hole Walt had stored his money. So then why the FUCK did Walt call off killing Hank, to the point where he was even willing to let himself get arrested to save Hank's life? Viserion and Rhaegar are burning and killing Night's Kings army. Walt Jr. at first refuses to believe that his father is a criminal; he then tells Skyler that if it is true, she is just as bad for going along with it. Walley-Beckett requested to work with Johnson because of their positive experiences together working on the third-season episode "Fly. Jack's team uses Walt's coordinates to locate and unearth the seven buried barrels of money, loading six into their trucks but leaving one for Walt on Jack's orders after being persuaded by Todd, who sympathizes with and admires Walt. Walter shoots Jack in the face, similarly to how Jack killed Hank (Dean Norris), allowing a captured Jesse Pinkman to escape. Sitemap | When Skyler inquires about Hank's whereabouts, Walt suppresses his weeping and announces that she will never see Hank again. She had a revolving door of abusive boyfriends. Jesse however did violate the code in the 'Rabid Dog' episode when he spilled his guts to Hank about Walt which was the reason why Todd was so hard on him. It is also the mid-season finale. He didn't stop to explain the whole complicated situation that lead to Hank's death because he was really in a hurry for everyone to pack up. I wasn't very pleasant to live with. Walt did not kill Hank and he never admitted to such, he said he tried to save him, which he did. Walt had wronged Jesse in so many ways that rescuing him (or at least attempting to) had to be part of his path to redemption. As for food, it would literally be a small piece of meat, maybe 2 inches in diameter. Jack must cause death, not just serious injury. Hanks' best-known film role may be in the teen movie, Orange County (2002), with Jack Black and John Lithgow. 5:34pm PT Skyler grabs a kitchen knife and slashes his hand. Luanne Leanne Kleinschmidt (née Platter) (born July 29, 1979) is the daughter of Hoyt and Leanne Platter- though more notably the niece of Peggy Hill, cousin of Bobby Hill and niece-in-law of Hank Hill.. Luanne is introduced in the first episode of Season One, where she is invited to stay with the Hills, claiming her parents need space to resolve some marital difficulties. Hank refuses and chides Walter for not realizing Jack is going to kill him anyway. "OK, OK, it's pretty hard. The production team decided it was a moment of "movie magic". | California Privacy Rights [13] Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter agreed with Gilligan, and noted that several events that the show had been building up to in past episodes finally came to fruition. He never actually states that he killed Hank, or even specifically that Hank is dead, but he implies it so that: It makes the threat to Skyler scarier, reinforcing that whatever she did was done under duress. It all goes back to the saying "snitches get stitches". I'm about 180 normally, and when I was doing Django Unchained I didn't want to have any 21st century fat on my body, so I started then and went down to about 167. [20] Kevin Yeoman of Screenrant saw the final phone conversation as an act designed to clear Skyler's name and kill off Walt's current identity, with the new one being Mr. Lambert (as seen in the flashforwards in "Live Free or Die" and "Blood Money"). © 2020 The Hollywood Reporter, LLC. We shot it at three in the morning. It can be assumed that due to Skyler getting the coordinates to the burial site, Hank and Steve's bodies would be recovered by … This episode marks the final appearances of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State", and in a flashback in the series finale, "Felina" (along with Gomez, played by Quezada himself). [24] On his blog, George R. R. Martin, the creator of the book series A Song of Ice and Fire (which was adapted to the critically acclaimed TV series Game of Thrones), called both the series and the episode "amazing" and noted that "Walter White is a bigger monster than anyone in Westeros", adding further "I need to do something about that". The next morning, Walt sits on the side of the highway where Jesse previously waited for Saul's new-identity contact. Hank refuses and chides Walter for not realizing Jack is going to kill him anyway. Jack's team uses Walt's coordinates to locate and unearth the seven buried barrels of money, loading six into their trucks but leaving one for Walt on Jack's orders after being persuaded by Todd , … Of course, the plot developments of the show itself are only half the explanation for why Sweets was killed. He never actually states that he killed Hank, or even specifically that Hank is dead, but he implies it so that: It makes the threat to Skyler scarier, reinforcing that whatever she did was done under duress. (Laughs. Jack shoots Hank in the head, and Walt collapses to the ground in despair. The death must be confirmed with video evidence. Jack orders a search for Jesse and prepares to kill Hank. It was a choice, and it wasn't medically supervised -- and I think it might have been stupid. It was a good day but it was a sad day. Bryan Cranston recites the entire poem in a 2013 trailer for the series. PHOTOS: 'Breaking Bad's' Young Gun: Exclusive Portraits of Aaron Paul. Producer Moira Walley-Beckett, who wrote the episode, said during an interview with NBC News that it was unscripted, but when it happened Cranston went along with it. Walt leaves with Holly and a horrified Skyler runs after him, but Walt drives away with her. The following characters have been featured in the opening credits of the program. As Uncle Jack, Michael Bowen became the improbable antagonist of the series finale after he killed Hank (Dean Norris) and stole Walt's money in the instant classic "Ozymandias." We talk about philosophy. Written by Moira Walley-Beckett and directed by Rian Johnson, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on September 15, 2013. Jack's men prepare to kill Jesse, but Todd suggests that they first interrogate him to find out what information he supplied to the DEA. Completely unknown to Hank for much of the series, he and Walt had long been enemies, with Walt responsible for much of the drug crime Hank investigates. The two agreed Uncle Jack had rescued Todd from that situation and raised him with the Aryan gang. I think the relationship never dies. Was it hard to say goodbye to Jesse Plemons after creating that bond? if Hank had not died then Walt would e arrested and jailed for life. Yeoman also noted that the fact that most of the harsh violent scenarios occurred off-screen did not deduct from the cinematic intensity. | EU Privacy Preferences. You could hear the crowd reacting -- that means we did a good job. Although it was filmed months after the rest of the episode, Johnson was able to return to direct the scene. In reality Hank was one of those few individuals who lived in the same circles as Jack Ruby and to a lesser degree, Lee Harvey Oswald. I tried to stay at 163-165 the whole year that I worked on Breaking Bad. PHOTOS: Beyond 'Breaking Bad': What's Next for the Show's Stars. His scenes provoked more anger than thrills. At the end of the fifth episode of Talking Bad, Vince Gilligan emphasized the line: "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" September 30, 2013 Then you have all of those memories. The episode was written by Dan McGrath, and directed by Anthony Lioi. Skyler is at first confused by his words and tone, but soon realizes Walt knows the phone is tapped and is trying to clear her of involvement in his crimes. Maybe he thought he … 4 Felt Bad: Hank's Death You got to be on Breaking Bad until the end. At the car wash, Marie informs Skyler that Hank has arrested Walt. As Uncle Jack, Michael Bowen became the improbable antagonist of the series finale after he killed Hank (Dean Norris) and stole Walt's money in the instant classic "Ozymandias." Jesse however did violate the code in the 'Rabid Dog' episode when he spilled his guts to Hank about Walt which was the reason why Todd was so hard on him. She is nicknamed "Bones" by FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth. And one of the final scenes of the series, where Jack was ready to kill Hank...oh boy, Walter absolutely panicked there as well. What scene did you have the most fun shooting? [33], The episode was watched by 6.37 million viewers on its original broadcast, which increased in over a million viewers from the previous episode. [22] Nick Harley of Den of Geek stated that the episode was "the single greatest hour of television" he had ever seen. As Uncle Jack, Michael Bowen became the improbable antagonist of the series finale after he killed Hank (Dean Norris) and stole Walt's money in the instant classic "Ozymandias. He says he knew Norris from auditions back when they both were "going out for one or two lines, just trying to get some food on the table. USA TODAY NETWORK - Tennessee ... but the doctor denied the injections were the “final blow” that did him in. He'd bring something up [from our fictional backstory], and he would ask me a question within that context. At Jack's headquarters, a beaten and frightened Jesse is detained in a cell. Jack's group takes most of Walt's money, but since they are nice guys, they leave Walt one barrell of cash. ... Why did Gus kill Victor? But on the day, when that was getting close to happening, I was getting very emotional when Dean was talking to Bryan. He killed Walt's DEA brother Hank, despite Walt crying and begging him not to do so.He also turned the tables against Walt and took 90% of his hard-earned drug money. The Night's King has no more new recruits to his army. As Jack, I think I killed more than a few of the abusive boyfriends. Walt surrendered, but Jack's crew still showed up and killed Gomez and Hank before lifting all but one of Walt's barrels of money. "We'd do that in the middle of the day or just randomly in the trailers to keep that going. I read for Breaking Bad and the look worked. Skyler and Walt Jr. soon arrive, and he orders them to do the same. I understand the second time Walt ordered Jack to kill Jesse (in the desert after Hank died): Walt felt betrayed by the seemingly only person he held a soft spot for (other than his family). Walt surrendered, but Jack's crew still showed up and killed Gomez and Hank before lifting all but one of Walt's barrels of money. Jesse becomes their captive and is tortured and forced to cook meth. ", "Review: 'Breaking Bad' – 'Ozymandias': Roll out the barrel", "George R.R. Jesse did something Walt never dreamed he would do, which was spill to the DEA. Find THR's full conversation with Bowen below, where he also reveals why he cheered when Todd died and the brutal regimen he underwent to drop weight for the part of the stringy ex-con. Jack's men bury Hank and Gomez' bodies in the hole Walt had stored his money. Kendra Wilkinson went from being a party animal and one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends to a wife and mother faster than you can shake your cottontail. [13], To preserve the drama of the scene in which Hank is killed, the show's producers secured special permission from the Hollywood guilds to delay showing the credits (which would normally appear immediately after the main title sequence) until 19 minutes into the episode. [11][16][6] By the end of 2013, TIME placed the episode number 1 on their list of "Top 10 TV Episodes of 2013. in reference to Walt and his fallen empire. I was at the charity screening [at the Hollywood Forever cemetery] last night. He killed people, had ties to neo-nazis(Granted, Hank did not know that), arranged for all witnesses to be killed whilst playing the part of innocent Walter White with a gambling problem. 1 Teaser 2 Summary 3 Official Photos 4 Trivia 5 Production 5.1 Credits 5.2 Featured Music 6 Memorable Quotes 7 Videos Walt, in deep thought, is observing a fly at Vamonos Pest when Todd informs him that he has disposed of Mike's car. We decided that Jack had a sister -- a drug addict. On the day he shot Hank's death scene, those memories came back as he looked into Norris' eyes. To add insult to injury, Walt tells Jesse that he let Jane die. And one of the final scenes of the series, where Jack was ready to kill Hank...oh boy, Walter absolutely panicked there as well. The title is a reference to the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem "Ozymandias", drawing on the poem's theme of collapse following greatness; in a teaser trailer for the show's final eight episodes, the entire poem is recited by lead actor Bryan Cranston.[2][3]. "[17], Tom Mendelsohn of The Independent speculated that the episode may be the best ever written for television, stating that "the show's writers are positively Shakespearian in the thorough way they set about bestowing calamity on their characters. [29], TVLine named the two infant actresses Elanor Anne Wenrich and Moira Bryg MacDonald, who both performed the role of Holly White in tandem, the "Performer of the Week" for their performance in this episode. Both Hank and Steve's deaths were avenged by Walt, who kills Jack in the same manner that he killed Hank and kills his entire crew as well (" Felina "). [30], In 2016, Alan Sepinwall stated, "If you were to ask me what is the best hour of dramatic television ever, I would say Breaking Bad's 'Ozymandias' and not think twice about it."[31]. I got sick, I think. The decision to write Todd into multiple stories of Season 5 was baffling. "[1], It aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on September 15, 2013. We talk about the blues. Hank’s death both simultaneously crushes Walt and in turn makes him embrace the evil that he’s become. "Ozymandias" has been acclaimed since its initial airing as one of the finest episodes of Breaking Bad,[4] and many critics regard it as one of the greatest episodes of dramatic television ever produced. [7][4] Critics praised every aspect including the acting by the cast (particularly Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, and Betsy Brandt), directing by Rian Johnson, and writing by Moira Walley-Beckett. | Do Not Sell My Personal Information ... First, there was no way Jack would let Hank live, he was as good as dead from the moment the shooting began, and Walt knew that. Walt calls a pregnant Skyler and makes up an excuse for why he'll be late coming home. Jack had no reason to believe Walt was a threat given what happened (clearly Walt wasn't working for the DEA, nor a hard murderer). He and I created a backstory that we would always talk about. Walt immediately gives away his position and then Jack and his gang take Jesse back to their base. Aaron Couch, [Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Breaking Bad series finale, "Felina. Look at how happy he is." "Gliding Over All" is the eighth episode of the fifth season of Breaking Bad and the fifty-fourth episode altogether. Why was it so hard for you to kill Hank, as an actor? It has remained a 10/10 after 123,043 votes as of November 2020. Walt spots Jesse's hiding place and betrays him to Jack, reminding Jack that Jack never carried out the hit on Jesse that Walt paid for. [37], Joel Oliansky for "To Taste of Death But Once" (1971), Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, "Director's commentary with Rian Johnson", "Breaking Bad Review: The Empire Stikes Back in "Ozymandias, "Episode Review: Breaking Bad, "Ozymandias, "Is Breaking Bad's Ozymandias the greatest episode of TV ever written? Jesse Bruce Pinkman is a fictional character in the television series Breaking Bad, played by Aaron Paul.He is a crystal meth cook and dealer, and works with his former high school chemistry teacher, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in a meth operation.Jesse is the only character besides Walt to appear in every episode of the show. But it looked good. Because Jack is ultimately reckless and arrogant, much like Walt. Main characters. Best Netflix originals to watch in 2015 Show all 12 Before Jack's gang takes Jesse away, Walt spitefully reveals to Jesse that he was there when Jane died, and decided not to save her life. Henry "Hank" Voight is a fictional character in the television series Chicago P.D..He appeared in a recurring capacity in Chicago Fire and as a main character in Chicago P.D., as the chief of the Chicago Police Department's Intelligence Unit, which operates out of the 21st District. Todd escorts him in shackles to a meth lab, where he is chained to a pulley in the ceiling. It was very sad. Todd is telling his story, and I look at him as though I'm thinking, "Look how confident he is. Anytime I was hungry I would fill my stomach with water. Here's the true story behind his death and what they don't mention in 'The Irishman'. But quite why Hank had to meet such a grizzly end was one of the most talked about threads to come out of the now infamous Ozymandias episode. It was first aired on April 27, 2003. AdChoices That, to me, was the proud father moment. Hank then tells Jack to do what he has to do and Jack kills him with a shot to the head. When Jack and Kenny (Kevin Rankin) and Todd are in the diner after they wiped out Declan (Louis Ferreira) and his crew. Michael Bowen reveals the secret backstory for Todd he created with Jesse Plemons, how years of auditions with Dean Norris made it hard to kill Hank, and the "starvation diet" he underwent to look like a stringy ex-con. Henry "Hank" Voight is a fictional character in the television series Chicago P.D..He appeared in a recurring capacity in Chicago Fire and as a main character in Chicago P.D., as the chief of the Chicago Police Department's Intelligence Unit, which operates out of the 21st District. He destroys his phone and leaves Holly at a nearby fire station with their home address written on a note. He's just back to business, but in a funny way. Abandoning his car, Walt rolls the money barrel through the desert until he arrives at a house and buys the owner's truck. The song used in the episode is "Take My True Love by the Hand" by The Limeliters, which is a version of a folk song called "Times Are Gettin' Hard, Boys". I'd riff of that and he'd riff back," Bowen says. Or maybe he just did it cause she was a bitch, but Walt is smarter than that. When we were going out for one or two lines, just trying to get some food on the table. They bury Hank and Gomez in the hole left by unearthing the barrels. USA TODAY NETWORK - Tennessee ... but the doctor denied the injections were the “final blow” that did him in. They tap the Whites' home phone and try tracing it when Walt calls. Day 5 is the first season where Jack doesn't kill someone he didn't want to kill, after Ted Cofell from Day 1, Alex Hewitt in Day 2, Ryan Chappelle from Day 3, and Paul Raines from Day 4. ", Q&A: 'Breaking Bad' Producer on Walt's Finale Sacrifice: He Didn't Redeem Himself. While they seemed to have wanted to find the tape which Jesse had made ( he apparently told them everything after being tortured) it really doesn't make sense that they search for the tape in Hank's home. You guys created this backstory just through conversations together? So why did he tell Jack about the money? You've created this family in a unique, creative environment on this great show. I was right there with the crowd when Todd got wiped out. Jack McElroy. Some of them were abusive to him perhaps. Colin Lewes Hanks is an American actor. And Bryan's saying, 'Please, please, please' -- he's pleading for Hank's life. [18] In Amitin's later review of Season 5B as a whole, he referred to the episode as "maybe the best episode of TV [he's] ever seen. We have great talks as Jesse and Michael. The episode was written by Dan McGrath, and directed by Anthony Lioi. Jimmy Hoffa made a lot of enemies and a lot of dangerous friends. Then, not long after, you have to be cheerful because you've found all of Walt's money. The scene where I kill Hank. Be True to Your Fool is the one hundred-forty-fifth episode of King of the Hill. Over the course of the episode, most of the main characters fall to their knees out of grief, in keeping with the poem. Terms of Use | It really affected me. Hank was originally supposed to die at the end of the previous episode, but it was moved to "Ozymandias" for better pacing. 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