Get out of here. Now.
I don’t know what I am. I’m a fictional creature, I guess. - Chris Colfer
“I’m not the man I thought I was” is to Hank as “I’m the one who knocks” is to Walt. Every subsequent action and decision springs from those lines. Hank, of course, becomes an even better man than he was. I always liked Hank, but that speech made me fall in love with him.”
That’s where I feel like Hank came into who he was — the realization that he had to be a better guy. I think that if he wasn’t married to Marie, if he was single, or if he was married to someone who was more corruptible or not as earnest as her — I always think back to her, that it’s for Marie that Hank is going to be a good guy. [x]
Breaking Bad Q&A: Dean Norris and Betsy Brandt [X]
ok now I need to go to bed
has it only been a year? it seems like much longer.