Your recap of the recaps.
"Joking Bad," appearing on Late Night come September.
Well, kind of.
Watch his breakdown of "Blood Money," the midseason premiere.
Plus: The episode's writer tells how this scene came to be.
We ask the Star Trek brand's resident fact-checker.
Dean Norris on the Breaking Bad Premiere, Hank’s Machismo, and Bryan Cranston’s Overachiever E-mails
Also: It's time to bone up on your Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Hank. Walt. The garage. BE THERE.
A special Breaking Bad treat every day until the season premiere.
Movies, documentaries, and bite-size morsels that will all inform different aspects of your viewing of Walter White's return.
Matt Zoller Seitz on Revisiting Breaking Bad Season 4: From Periodically Horrible to Full-On Bastard
"Season four all fits together better than it has any right to."
He plays television's sleaziest lawyer on Breaking Bad, but can he stomach these green-screen gems?
Breaking the show down into charts and graphs, not badly.
Except for the blue meth.
Remember? Hank was on the toilet.
"Don't think too much, ever."
So much hugging and mugging for the camera.
Say hello to my little friend. His name is Jesse Pinkman.
And then Cranston got creepy-flirty with Karolina Kurkova.
"The Cousins are, to my mind, the only big misstep in the entire run of the show."
Call it the Breaking Bad Certainty Principle.
"Thanks, Albuquerque. We had great chemistry together."
And Breaking Bad is Buffett's favorite show.