OT: Breaking Bad

Submitted by TWSWBC on September 29th, 2013 at 7:50 PM
Final thoughts before the final episode? Enjoy



September 29th, 2013 at 9:42 PM ^

I watched the how to embed video and could not hear sound so I went off what i could see.  I am not sure I did this correct?  If I did not someone who is more skilled may proceed.  Also anyone can google 'Breaking Bad + Battle Creek, MI".  I am a resident of Battle Creek and found out this info just the other day and then saw this thread and thought I would throw this out to you all!  Go Blue!

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Doc Brown

September 29th, 2013 at 10:08 PM ^














September 30th, 2013 at 3:01 AM ^

Breaking Bad is without a doubt one of the greatest television shows of all time.

The fact that you haven't seen a single episode tells me all I need to know about your taste in television.

The Wire is my all time favorite show. 

Seinfeld is good for what it was but if you think it's in the running for greatest show of all time, I don't know what to tell you, but you're just horribly mislead.

The Sopranos was great for what it was and for its day, but it has not aged well.

Honestly, The Sopranos' legacy will be that it ushered in the golden era of television programming we're currently experiencing, but it has been surpassed by quite a few different shows, in case you haven't been paying attention (which is abundantly clear).

Mr. Rager

September 30th, 2013 at 9:04 AM ^

Hard not to pay attention when it is all the fucking world is talking about on a Sunday night, kid.  

To all of the other people that replied in this thread and disagreed with me, I am sorry that your poor baby TV show is now over and it was the best thing your life had going for it the last how-many-ever-years.  Boo fucking hoo.  


September 29th, 2013 at 10:24 PM ^

Good ending, but not great ... but it'll do.

The "Jesse riding off into the sunset" bit bothers me ... he's a wanted man and he has no money.  I'm not sure how that works out in the real world.

Still, I've watched Breaking Bad since the very first episode.  I will miss it.

Good TV is hard to find ... and when the good goes dark, there's not much to light the room.


September 29th, 2013 at 10:43 PM ^

Lydia mentioned to Todd that "they're looking for him" when Todd mentioned Pinkman was helping with the cooking.  It's also reasonable to assume Marie (Hank's widow) would have mentioned Pinkman since she saw him in the house.

That might not make him "wanted" (poor choice of words on my part) ... but certainly a "person of interest."

Still, a minor point ... dramatic effect realized ... release and freedom.