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I think the third Episode is the first time we really see the emotional toll that Walt's decisions are taking on him. In the first two episodes, the consequences of his actions seemed almost slapstick--a body falls through a tub, an RV crashes into a ditch. But now I think we see that he is truly concerned his actions are costing him
There's a definitive split between what Walt does and how he feels about doing it. Killing Krazy 8, for example: I think there is little argument that it needed to be done. And yet when it's finished, all Walt can say is "I'm sorry." What once seemed like dark comedy is starting to set in as cold reality. Walt has chosen this path, and he must accept it, warts and all.
Perhaps he is in the wrong business--but I think at this point, he's in too deep.
What did you guys think about third episode?