haha it won't matter if they get walt jr too... at this point I think anyone in Walt's family is fair game. Vince Gilligan has also said that karma is a theme in this show, and what better karma could Walt get for all the shit he's done than having his whole fam get murked?
friend of mine lived next door to me for like 5 years growing up. He went off to college cause he was like 3 years older than me and he's been living in england since he graduated. my parents and his mom still keep in touch so my dad texts me a couple days ago that my neighbor friend just recently came back to the states this past week or two to attend a wedding in malibu...
i think hank might commit suicide. because after he finds out its walt that hes been trying to track down his mind will go crazy and he wont be able to turn walt in because he will think the DEA thinks that he has something to do with walts meth operations and hank even used the drug money to pay for his medical bills and shit. so i think all that will fuck with hanks mind. he'll confront walt about knowing his secret thats when walt has to change his identity
damn there is so much foreshadowing in this show it's incredible. i was snooping around the web and found some examples of foreshadowing and other cool tidbits:
-Jane foreshadows her own death with a couple of lines from the episode in including, "I just threw up in my mouth a little". When Jane walks into the kitchen with Jesse making breakfast, he says, "You weren't supposed to wake up." Jane responds with "Ever?" At another point, Jane tells Jesse to "Lie on your side or you might choke". In the same episode where Jane dies, Walt and Marie are taking care of Holly in her crib, and Walt puts Holly on her side, "just in case she decides to do a little spit up"
-When Skylar comes to Ted's house and rings the door bell, Ted trips a little on the carpet on the way to answer the door
-The name of his company is called Beneke Fabricators. (Ted gets in trouble for cooking his company's financial numbers)
-In addition to the pink teddy bear missing half it's face, when Gus walks through dead Gale's apartment, this statue with half its face burned was in there:
-after Gus kills Victor, he drops the box cutter on the floor, and carries on. At the end of season 4, Walter shoots the two men at the lab after killing Gus, then drops the gun on the floor and keeps walking.
-More Gus death foreshadowing. The Mexican cartel guys are shooting and Gus walks in right through the middle of the bullets,unharmed. And Jesse says something like "What's with all this crazy Terminator shit ?"
-A flashback of young Hector Salamanca, sitting on a chair made of wheels, before it shows him sitting in a wheelchair as an old man
-this one is my personal favorite. In another foreshadowing of Gus' death, when he leaves the hospital and gets the elevator, all you hear is "ding, ding, ding, ding" from going from floor to floor. The very sound hector makes to signal to walter to blow the bomb to kill gus
-Walt has a tendency to adapt traits from people he has killed. When he killed Krazy 8, he only eats his sandwhiches with the crust cut off. Gus drove a Volvo and when Walt killed Gus, in season 5 episode 1 flash forward, Walt is seen driving a Volvo. In the scene when Walt and Mike were in the bar together, Walt orders his drink neat while Mike gets his on the rocks. After Walt kills Mike, Walt gets his drink on the rocks after Hank offers him one at home. People are speculating Walt is going to end up killing Skylar because he uses her maiden name in the season 5 episode 1 flash forward on his New Hampshire ID.
-Also in the hospital in one of the rooms was a painting (don't remember if it was Walt's or Jesse's room). That same painting showed up in the hotel room where Walt met with the white supremacists regarding the prison shanking. The painting depicts a family of 4, a mother, son, daughter and father. The mother, son and daughter are on shore while the father is rowing out to sea possibly symbolizing Walt's growing detachment from his family