Just about every business or money transaction you're involved with is a bit like these musical elimination rounds. You need to stay focused enough to emerge the better player.
Nothing reinforces female yearning for romance and the perfect man like a plaintive song trilled by a woman. In The Deep Blue Sea, director Terence Davies calls on Jo Stafford to hit it out of the ballpark.
Shortly before White figures out Fring's plan, we get a glimpse of the imaginative side of Gale, largely through his rendering of "Crapa Pelada," arguably AMC's progenitor of "Zou Bisou Bisou." Here's why "Crapa" -- un, deux, trois, quatre et jusqu'à l'infini et au delà -- brutally trounces "Zou."