"Breaking Bad" should really be called "Breaking Up."
Walt and Jesse may be partners in crime on the show, but have you ever realized how much they resemble that couple who never stops fighting? You know the type, always arguing, putting each other down, getting jealous over everything, but yet they still love each other to death.
The final episodes of "Breaking Bad" arrive on Netflix on Monday, Feb. 24, and before you begin your "Breaking" binge, here's why Walt and Jesse are the ultimate bickering odd couple:
Jesse says it from the start.
They fight ...
... a lot.
They often point out each other's flaws.
One tends to be a bit selfish.
Face swatting is the result of many arguments.
There's tension with the in-laws.
When things seem off, the bigger person tries to initiate a conversation about it.
Then there's the aggressive approach.
When one finds someone else's jewelry in the other's home ...
... it could lead to some jealousy, and thus snooping through text messages.
Then one catches the other in a lie, but they totally deny it.
One is always paranoid that the other is cheating.
Another method of throwing their things out the window after a bad breakup.
But in the end, they forgive and let go of the past.
Then they make up and hug.
And learn to encourage one another.
Walt and Jesse forever.