people say lmao a lot nowadays but no one says rofl anymore and its weird cause back in the day rofl and lmao used to be interchangeable and if you were a risktaker youd combine them into roflmao but now everyones dropped rofl. its probably for the best but i cant help but be nostalgic.
Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk, and Jonathan Banks on Season 5
ODENKIRK: [Saul’s] got enough distance from all this crime – I mean obviously Gus he’s really afraid of but then that gets cleared up. But Walter’s changing – and that’s at the core of this whole series. He’s a guy whose conscious and ability to give a shit about anyone has just disintegrated and it’s gone, it’s almost gone now – which is why Vince can’t do the show for more than 16 episodes. This guy is losing his humanity… But so far as taking people down – Walter White is becoming a guy totally willing to do that. Whereas I think before he would hesitate. He really loves Jesse on some level but even that has been brutalized.
PAUL: And he just knows how to manipulate everybody. He has everybody on his little strings.
BANKS: I don’t think he loves Jesse at all. You’re talking about Walt?
PAUL: You don’t think Walt cares for Jesse?
BANKS: I don’t think Walt cares for anybody.
ODENKIRK: I think he looks to Jesse as a son.
PAUL: He has Jesse in the palm of his hand and he knows how to control him.
BANKS: To control him. That’s hardly love.
ODENKIRK: There are scenes that are like a ‘father-son thing’.
PAUL: Yeah. Jesse is striving for someone to guide him in a direction. He’s looking for a fatherly figure in some way. He just wants to be told what to do. He might not accept that but it’s true…
Do you think Walt’s manipulation of people is the way he shows his love?
BANKS: I love the way you’ve phrased that question. Is his manipulation, his way of showing love? Did I misquote you? His manipulation shows his love? What kind of broken ass home did you come from?