What's not to like about Breaking Bad season three? The plot continues to thicken, as Jesse and Walter get in too deep with Gus Fring and his cohorts, and as Hank develops more and more of an obsession with bringing the legendary "Heisenberg" to justice. Signs of strain are starting to show in the ever-evolving relationship between Walter and Jesse as well. Throughout the series, they have an almost love/hate relationship, as well a loyalty on par with the kind that is usually reserved for family. Walter has become somewhat of a father figure to Jesse, albeit a dysfunctional one. Looking bad at the series as a whole, (and without giving any spoilers) season three is somewhat of a turning point in the development of all the main characters, and we see sides of each of them that take on a darker tone than in seasons one and two. Season three is not as "light" as seasons one and two, and from this point on, the series definitely has a heavier feel. It definitely does not glorify meth use or involvement in the drug industry, like it might have come close to doing in the first two seasons. Walter's life starts to unravel, as more and more of his decisions give rise to consequences that eventually put a wedge between himself and the family he is trying to "save". Excellent series and worth getting on blu-ray. *****Regarding the blu-ray itself, for some reason, seasons 1 through 3 have much longer load times than seasons 4 through the final season. At first I thought there was a glitch, but I think it's actually an issue with the BD Live. If you turn off your connection to the internet, it will actually load faster. Needless to say, it will eventually load either way.