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Basically we had to pick a fictional character and diagnose them with a mental illness, and being me, of course I’m gonna choose Tim W
I figured you guys would like to hear about our sideburn equipped hero from a semi-academic psychological standpoint.
Note: I referred to The Operator as ‘The Slender Man’ just to minimalise any confusion my professor might’ve had when researching MH.
Note II: I ended up getting 97 on this assignment; I’m pretty proud of it c:
ENTRY 83 AND NULL JUST GAVE ME AN IDEA ABOUT ENTRY79/80
OKAY JUST HEAR ME OUT
Brian/TTA actually did set up Jay’s death.
I think Brian’s original plan was for Jay to come to the address he provided with his knife to end Alex once and for all, but his plans changed when he saw Jay beginning to lose his mind. Brian used to have a sort of control of Jay through his messages and videos (addressed in an earlier post), but since Jay started to be affected by TO, Brian knew he couldn’t count on Jay anymore.
That wasn’t the reason he had Jay killed, though.
Brian set up Jay’s death so that Jay wouldn’t have to go down the same path Alex did.
Brian led Jay to the Ark. To freedom.
—Netflix would be by far the best dating site. “Here are 9 other singles in your area who have also watched Breaking Bad for 12 straight hours”