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Desc:He won a desk
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul
Submitted:Spaceman Africa
Date:09/05/13
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Comment count is 17
endlesschris
I've seen this clip before, but five stars for the description. I burst out laughing.
Cube
I don't know who he is but I'm drunk so it's cool woooo!

I so could eat a desk.
Old People
It's Jesse Pinkman, the slacker assistant to drug lord Walter White on the tv show Breaking Bad.
Seems like Aaron Paul is not that different from Jesse in terms of style and behavior (at least the Jesse of the early seasons).
Also, I would never have guessed that his hairline was always like that.

Jet Bin Fever
Wow, he's pretty good at it too.
La Loco
Dude, spoiler alert, I'm only on season 2.
Adham Nu'man
Spoiler alert: for me the show went down big time near the end of season 2. The whole thing took a turn for the "serious" and stopped being as funny and brilliant as it had started. It was still good enough, I suppose, but I lost interest in Season 3 and stopped watching. I saw a few separate episodes of Season 4 and they seemed to be a little better than Season 3 (still "serious" but at least stuff was actually happening).

Apparently Season 5 has been constantly brilliant, but I'm waiting to do a general catch-up on the whole thing once the series is over.

EvilHomer
What's up with all these people suddenly hating everything post-season 2? I thought the bit where it turned out Walt had already died and now he was just a recurring hallucination Jesse was having, was absolutely brilliant! Oh yeah, spoilers.

Bort
Fuck spoilers, people have had years to get caught up. The thing is, the show is all about change, and you have to give the changes a chance or you're going to give up long before Jesse's sophomore-year cook-off against Dr. Fring. Skipping around doesn't help either, or it will look like Jesse switches majors every week for no reason, and Jesse and "Walt's" stock car rally comes out of the blue.

And of course the musical episode was unrealistic; that's kind of the point of musical episodes.

Hooker
Didn't think the show was funny enough? Better Call Saul!

EvilHomer
The musical episode might have been good, had they not brought in Joss Whedon to direct it.

snothouse
DESKS, BITCH
chumbucket
this is exactly how I'd play this game. Bob's drunk.
lordyam
i like to think of this as jesse on a meth binge watching the price is right and hallucinating the whole thing
Bort
stars, bitch

Nominal
I've read tons of horror stories on Price is Right prize payouts. You have to pay taxes on the max theoretical value rather than what you would realistically end up paying at most retailers. You must pay the taxes up front and won't get the prize until several weeks later when you have to travel to god knows where to reach the warehouse or car lot where it's located. If you won't be around the area when the prize becomes available, because who the fuck can take time off to travel to see The Price is Right then wait around a couple more weeks for the prize? If you don't pick up the prize within a week or so then too bad. If you can't afford taxes up front too bad.
Stopheles
Skinny Pete and Otter were in the crowd all like "DUDE NO WAY that car's worth twenty-six-five!"
Bort
"1300 strips of gold-pressed latinum!"

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