Vince Gilligan promises to fix these major plot holes in Breaking Bad Season 6
Creators of the show Vince Gilligan will be teaming up with his crew to fix these major plot holes in Breaking Bad Season 6. Read on to know more.
- Fans are eager to watch season 6
- The unsolved mystery of Huell
- Did Lydia really speak German?
- Walter White had some major age inconsistencies
Fans are eager to know what’s in store
It’s been 7 years since we all saw the last episode of our favourite American drama TV show, Breaking Bad. Starring Bryan Cranston aka Walter White and Aaron Paul aka Jesse Pinkman as leads. The show followed the cancer-stricken science teacher Walter who started distributing drugs in order to save up enough money for his family when he dies.
While some fans are happy with how things ended, some fans like myself love the idea of a sixth season in the making. “Just finished watching @BreakingBad Total worth my time..hopefully season 6 is out there.”
Highly recommend” tweeted @Blademale, a dedicated fan on twitter.
Huell is back in season 6
To begin with, Huell has been one major plot hole or loose end of the series that has been a mystery since the end of the series. For those who don’t remember, Huell was a Saul’s special bodyguard who provided him a variety of services, including personal protection, intimidation and pick-pocketing.
In season 5, Hank and Gomez took Huell to a safe house and very specifically told him not to leave or contact the outside world until they returned. However, they get killed, obviously making it impossible for them to get back to the safe house. So where does that leave Huell?
Since we never got to find out, chances are Huell’s fate will be shown in season 6.
Lydia’s German gibberish
Actress Laura Fraser who plays the role of Lydia Rodarte-Quayle on Breaking Bad worked for the German manufacturing and shipping company Madrigal, and supplied methylamine to a few different drug lords during her time with the company. In the beginning of episode ‘fifty-one’ we saw Lydia speaking in a language, over the phone, which was presumably German.
However in reality, she is just speaking words that don’t make sense but sounds like something that could pass off as German. This is one loose end the showrunners will have to fix. Otherwise, fans will continue to think this is just another lazy tactic to fool the viewers.
Inconsistencies in Walter’s age
Even though Walter White was shot dead, it does not stray away fans from facts of how his age was a big plot hole in the series. White turned 50 in 2008. The inconsistency that lies with this statement is that according to his birth certificate, Walter should’ve been 49 in 2008.
Meanwhile, if he turned 51 in 2009, the expiration date on the tag of Walt’s new car should not be 2012. But it most definitely was. Have you noticed any other plot hole that could be fixed in season 6? Let us know in the comment section below.