N-n-now this is the story all about h-how My l-life got flipped, turned upside down And if you’ve got a m-minute that’s as long as it’ll take I’ll tell you how I became the prince of a food called pancakes
In west Albuquerque, born and r-r-raised Eating breakfast was where I spent most of my days Fumbling, mumbling and stumbling to school And moanin’ bout the boiler c-cause the showers too cool, When a couple of guys, they were up to no good Started making crystal in m-my neighbourhood Dad didn’t come home one night and my mom fucked Ted And said “You’re moving with your auntie and uncle hank instead”
I asked for a car a-and my dad said “here” License plate said “Flynn” and had a dice in the m-m-mirror If anything I wondered how this car was acquired.. But I thought nah, forget it, Bo-bo…bo-bonfire!!
I found out about my dad about 8 months later, And how he’d been arrested by G-Gomie & Schrader, My mom got a call, she didn’t look too chill “Walter just called, uncle hank is kill”.
Gunn’s performance was not that of an action heroine or a television genius, and it was not meant to be. Skyler carries the weight of Walt’s actions. Plenty of people hated her for it, Walt sometimes included. But Gunn’s performance pushed both Walt and the people who wanted to see him as a hero to increasingly contrived and ludicrous justifications for treating Skyler like she was a worse person than Walt.
Gunn’s drawn face in the last two seasons of “Breaking Bad” might not have brought about the end of the anti-hero era in television. But Gunn’s performance marked the end of a time when the creators of such shows could get away with writing anti-heroes’ wives as flat, cartoonish characters, or when audiences could get away with worshiping difficult men without encountering strong opposition.