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"This is a show about consequences — but generally roughly predictable consequences. This is not a show about wild coincidences, not a show about the butterfly effect, not a show about how we’re all connected, man, and not a show about how airplane parts falling from the sky are a tool of destiny."Season two WAS about "wild coincidences", "the butterfly effect", etc The author of the article misrepresents what actually happened. The plane collision is not an exception to the rest of Breaking Bad; It is a large part of Breaking Bad. I believe it was trying to tell us that all of our decisions have consequences that are impossible to predict. If we make bad decisions out of greed, pride, anger, vengeance, etc, then the repercussions of those actions could be disastrous. And of course, on the implied other side, if we act out of love, kindness, and charity, the results of our actions could be wonderful. Although Walt doesn´t directly kill the hundreds of people aboard the two planes, his bad decisions led to such an outcome.
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