10 Emotions That Only Breaking Bad Addicts Know

17 Sep

Thought Catalog

Warning: Contains spoilers about the most recent episode.

1. Purple Fatigue

The strangely exhausting feeling that accompanies Marie’s more calm scenes, when we are reminded of the shoplifting, compulsive lying, Pier 1-purple world that she lives in when she’s not freaking out about being framed for meth production. In between her rightful rage, we remember that she’s kind of a really frustrating and cloying character who we used to hate so much (remember how cathartic it was when Skyler finally screamed at her to shut up?). Of course Marie has her right to be mad — even if she likes sticking the knife in and watching it twist, à la sitting there while Skyler tells Walt Jr everything — but you still kind of hate her for her gaudy taste in color schemes and the fact that she never got taken down for being an undeniably terrible/hypocritical person. Ugh.


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