I believe in episode 5 of season 5 Skyler and Walt have a very heated conversation about how she wants to take the kids away because he was a criminal, and he basically states he will not allow that, so your argument that she could take them and leave is void.
Skyler starts to have sex with Ted in a desperate attempt to get Walt out of the house, because at that point she wanted a divorce anyway, and he was trying to force himself back into her life.
As I recall she did not fill out the divorce papers out of legal reasons but that is described at some point in season 4 or three when she starts to learn about how her husband was involved in drug-dealing.
Let's not talk about how Walt's breaking bad all over the place while the show progresses....
I really like Jessy, he is a good guy and slowly getting smarter.
a bit too late, but it's never late to show surprise and disappointment (?) for not even see mention of my top 3 ("Dope and Faith", "A Piñata Named Desire" and "Every Which Way But Lose"), but hey! that's what makes this show so great: it has so many great episodes and so many kinds of humor within its wacky characters that its always hard to pick some to make an official list.
I enjoyed the list; it was nice to see some of my other favorites episodes in it (like "Joint Custody" and "In Country Club..." which it has always been a weak spot for me, regardless of not being a great war-movies fan), and I also agree that "Rapture's Delight" its one of the funniest and most original pieces of comedy the television has ever broadcasted.
This is one of the best articles regarding Skylar that I have ever read. Sure the timeline isn't 100% accurate but it captures the main reason that my household dislikes Anna Gunn's character. I also find it interesting that while the author is willing to have a level-headed conversation, those that disagree with her opinion are quick to resort to name-calling. Yelling sexist, misogynist, and other labels is indicative of people with emotional instability that lack the basic logic needed to hold a rational conversation. In the professional world, incoherent emotional outbursts are often associated with insanity. Please calm yourselves and regain some semblance of human thought.