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tvhangover:

It’s quite possible everyone has already spent the time looking this bit of information up, but for those of us who are a little lazy or let’s call it busy, I did the googling for you. On this week’s episode of Breaking Bad (Buyout), Walt tells Jesse he can go home while they are making the meth. Jesse collects his stuff and Walt starts getting ready in the tented room and begins whistling making Jesse pause outside the tent. I made a mental note to find out what he was whistling, because Vince Gilligan doesn’t do anything without a reason. Walt was whistling a Queen song called ‘Lily of the Valley’.

I am just playing theory games here now, but after looking up this information I decided to take it one step more and look up the Queen song since I didn’t really know it. The song has a reference to “Seven Seas of Rhye” in the line “messenger from Seven Seas has flown to tell the King of Rhye he’s lost his throne”. Does this allude to Walt losing his throne?

folkinz:

tvhangover:

It’s quite possible everyone has already spent the time looking this bit of information up, but for those of us who are a little lazy or let’s call it busy, I did the googling for you. On this week’s episode of Breaking Bad (Buyout), Walt tells Jesse he can go home while they are making the meth. Jesse collects his stuff and Walt starts getting ready in the tented room and begins whistling making Jesse pause outside the tent. I made a mental note to find out what he was whistling, because Vince Gilligan doesn’t do anything without a reason. Walt was whistling a Queen song called ‘Lily of the Valley’.

I am just playing theory games here now, but after looking up this information I decided to take it one step more and look up the Queen song since I didn’t really know it. The song has a reference to “Seven Seas of Rhye” in the line “messenger from Seven Seas has flown to tell the King of Rhye he’s lost his throne”. Does this allude to Walt losing his throne?

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