> [Breaking Bad covers its superficiality with] serious themes that viewers can flatter themselves into thinking they're watching something smart, w/out actually being taken out of their comfort zone or challenged...
"What he was arguing was that someone can't "decide" to morph from a good person into a bad person, because there's a firewall within our personalities that makes this impossible. He was arguing that Walter's nature would stop him from being bad, and that Walter would fail if tried to complete this conversation. But Jesse was wrong. He was wrong, because goodness and badness are simply complicated choices, no different than anything else."
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