What our TV critic feels about the episode four days later.
There's a reason "Walter White lived here" isn't scrawled on the wall of his house.
He wrote a whole essay about it.
It's the one scene he always wanted to shoot.
And when do you tell Holly about her dad?
What would this show be without the Internet?
Your comments on the recap, recapped, for the last time.
From Walter White to Heisenberg and back again.
Like an AMC–Food Network collaboration, brought to you by Jimmy Kimmel.
And then lock him in a basement and demand new Breaking Bad scripts.
It's not the first moment that pops to mind.
"Felina" evokes A Christmas Carol.
The only thing missing was Jesse in a slave-girl outfit.
Chamomile and soy milk is "vile."
Everything feels full of Walter White symbolism now, from "Mr. Blue Sky" to "Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder"
And over on Showtime, Homeland and Masters of Sex did okay.
The 1972 hit was a high-middlebrow choice.
The show put the city on the map, though the story line complicates bragging rights a bit.
Yeah, bitch! [Sobs.]
Just accept it.
Remember all those jokes you made last night?
"Felina" has a feeling of Dickensian reckoning, with closure galore, but minus any real sense of hope.
All loose ends, tied and GIF'd.
Why did Walt place his watch on the payphone? Why did Jesse not kill Walt? What made the cameraman cry?