"Why don't you just die already?"
They did it! Congratulations Breaking Bad.
The penultimate episode answered a lot of questions.
Crocodile tears, self-righteous indignation, and three more!
It's doing a full-series marathon and expanding Talking Bad.
Ricin. Ricin, ricin, ricin, ricin.
"He does care for Jesse."
"I couldn't watch."
Come on, Jon Hamm!
They'll run 75 minutes each.
Walter is a good man. Walter is a monster. Neither statement excludes the other.
On his LiveJournal: "Walter White is a bigger monster than anyone in Westeros. (I need to do something about that.)"
How will the parental knife fight affect Walt Jr.?
Lots of Mad Men. Lots of Breaking Bad. Not a lot of Downton Abbey.
Your recap of the recaps.
The mind-blowing episode's director and writer break down Walt's phone call to Skyler, the big fight, and the improvisation skills of baby Holly.
Just weeks after setting a ratings record.
Walt and Gus.
"Ozmanydias" director Rian Johnson took some beautiful photos of the cast and crew.
This week, everyone lost it.
You could almost divide the episode’s scenes into two columns: “Property of Walter” and “Property of Heisenberg.”
So much to discuss after "Ozymandias."
Call it conclusion impossible.