The Euge wrote:
While Bryan Cranston's performances are uniformly amazing, I haven't liked Walt's character in a while. He's the epitome of a manipulative, lying doucher. I hope he finds some character redemption by the end of the series. With the way he treats his family and Jesse, I just might be rooting for Hank if he ever gets to the point of slapping the cuffs on him.
Isn't that the whole point on this show? Since season 1, episode 1, we have been watching this guy slowly grab the reigns of his life and start to steer it in the direction he wants it to go. His cancer pushed him to take more risks in life, and grab out for what he really wants.
The farther he progresses along this path, the less like-able he becomes, which is natural. He's finally at the point where he's willing to do anything to achieve his "vision".
I have a strong feeling Walt will probably be even less like-able this season than last.