Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad (2008)

5 corrected entries in season 4

(6 votes)

Box Cutter - S4-E1

Corrected entry: Jessie is shorter than Gail so when he shoots Gail in the eye his gun must be angled up. However in the scene the bullet continues through Gail to hit the kettle, which is about waist height for Gail.

Correction: The bullet could easily have changed trajectory after entering Gail, if it hit a rib, for example.

THGhost

Hermanos - S4-E8

Corrected entry: Max Arsiniega's accent is closer to Cuban than Chilean; furthermore, Don Eladio and his thugs are not Mexican natives, and some are obviously trying hard to speak Spanish.

Sacha Premium member

Correction: Max never claimed to be from Chile, only that he studied there. Same can be said for Eladio's men. The cartel does employ Americans.

Box Cutter - S4-E1

Corrected entry: When the thug sees Gale dead, Gale's mouth changes between shots from open to closed.

Sacha Premium member

Correction: Gale's mouth remains open the same amount. However the two camera angles are at different heights and so it gives the impression of being closed.

A Demon Premium member

Box Cutter - S4-E1

Corrected entry: When the thug is being dissolved and the acid fumes are rising, in the close-ups the thug is inside the barrel, yet from a wide angle, the light on the barrel reveals it to be empty. The blood stains have also disappeared.

Sacha Premium member

Correction: If you are referring to the shot where the acid is being poured in, the head is hidden by the bottle and thus appears empty. The blood remains as well. If you are referring to when the container is lifted by the forklift, there is no way to tell how long has passed between Victor going into the tub and the container being lifted on the forklift. Hence the acid could have dissolved the blood, body, knife and gun.

A Demon Premium member

End Times - S4-E12

Corrected entry: The ricin poison that was originally intended to kill Gus, and which was 'apparently' intended for use on Brock, doesn't make sense. Brock was fine in the morning, but fell ill at night, seems legit. However, Jesse exclaims to Walt that he had the cigarette containing the poison the same morning. Earlier in the series, Walt had explained that after indigestion, it would take 36 hours for any effects to have taken place, so, in this instance, Brock could not be hospitalized within 12 hours.

Callum Lloyd Edwards

Correction: Brock isn't poisoned with ricin. He is poisoned by the berries of a Lily of the Valley plant.

Phaneron Premium member

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