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Gustavo Fring (speculative Spoilers) a boss. So are these albums.
1Into It. Over It.
Twelve Towns

Gus is becoming an increasingly sympathetic character, which I'm afraid means he'll be dead by season's end.
2Perfume Genius

Walter White has developed severe tunnel vision that's exponentially increased his assholiness. Something needs to happen (most likely to Hank, as sad as I am to say it) to get him back in even remotely relateable territory. Given Gus's developments, Walt's pretty much the de facto villain at this point.
3Fair to Midland
Arrows and Anchors

Skyler's going to screw up big time with this whole Ted business. It's scary that Walt gets away with such massive cooks (and worse) week in and week out, but Ted's comparatively innocuous crimes might bring the house of cards crashing down.
4Beach House
Beach House

Jesse, poor Jesse, is getting caught up in something big south of the border. He's also extremely lucky Walter didn't whip out the ol' .38 snub at the end of that brawl. For a second there I was legitimately concerned that might happen, and I'm not one of the people who's convinced Jesse is expendable (at least, not for another season yet).
5City of Ships
Minor World

Anybody else have thoughts?
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