“I have spent my whole life scared, frightened of things that could happen, might happen, might not happen, 50-years I spent like that. Finding myself awake at three in the morning. But you know what? Ever since my diagnosis, I sleep just fine. What I came to realize is that fear, that’s the worst of it. That’s the real enemy. So, get up, get out in the real world and you kick that bastard as hard you can right in the teeth.”
The episode title refers to the poem “Ozymandias” by Percy Bysshe Shelley, which recounts the crumbling legacy of a once-proud king. Over the course of the episode, most of the main characters fall to their knees out of grief, in comparison to the poem. At the end of the fifth episode of Talking Bad, Vince Gilligan emphasized the line: “Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!” in reference to Walt and his fallen empire.
My hommage to one of the finest feats in modern day storytelling. A ‘thank you for the good times’, if you will.
I would have loved to include every single character from the show, but in order to avoid overkill and keep the composition readable, I decided to stick with who I considered to be the most important core characters. Sorry, fellow Huell fans.
“I feel like we’ve seen a lot of love from Hank for Marie, and in this season  we really get to see how she loves him. You know, when you take your vows, when you get married, you say for better, for worse, good, bad, sickness, health… and they really live it. We get to watch them do that.” –Betsy Brandt
ISFJs, or “Protector Guardians”, are most concerned with taking care of people by keeping them safe and secure. They are modest caretakers who do not demand credit or thanks for their efforts. But while they are essentially compassionate—and in fact exercise more patience in dealing with people with disabilities than perhaps any other type—their reluctance to open up to strangers can lead others to misread them as standoffish. Only among friends and family may this quiet type feel comfortable speaking freely. ISFJs are serious people with a strong work ethic, not inclined to self-indulgence. They believe in being meticulous and thrifty. They work well alone. While they may enjoy taking care of others, they do not enjoy giving orders.
among types most likely to believe in a spiritual power
among types most likely to suffer from heart disease
second most common type among education majors in college
most likely than other types to watch more than 3 hours of television per day
personal values include a happy family life, spirituality, and health
over represented among MBA students and male small business owners
commonly found in careers in education, healthcare, and religious occupations
famous isfjs: kate middleton, mother theresa, george h.w. bush, and rosa parks