I can't be the only one who feels this way. And I don't blame Anna Gunn. She's a great actress. I blame all of television. How many scripted shows on television are actually run by women? Hardly any. Now, how many are run by men? Quite a few. This is why I believe there are very few respectable female characters on television. When looking at BB through that perspective, one can see how the Skylar character has been aproached the way she has. Think on it for a second. She knows that they were strapped for cash. She knows that Walt thought he was going to die. In just this last episode, she even got some perspective on it from her boss. Even after hearing her boss's explanation and knowing that her husband, who she was supposed to love, was in a way worse situation then her boss, she still treats Walt like crap. If she has half of the intelligence and understanding that we are supposed to believe she has up to this point, then surely she should be able to see why Walt did what he did and fill in the blanks for herself. Honestly, Walt shouldn't even have to explain himself, but even if he does, she won't even let him do that! As far as I'm concerned, if she wanted to divorce him because she feels as though they've grown apart, that could be believable. But keeping him away from his kids after everything he's had to sacrifice to provide for them is ludacris. Women like Skylar are the difference between men who are naturally abusive and forceful and men who are pushed to that through unfair demonization. It's a shame because I really love the writing on this show 90% of the time and I had a ton a respect for Terry Gilliam in the first two seasons, but if Skylar doesn't snap out of it soon, I just won't be able to bear this show for much longer. Does anyone else feel like I do?