After a year of sobriety from the first half of the final episodes of Breaking Bad, we finally got our fix with the premiere of the 2nd part of the 5th season. To celebrate we channeled our inner Heisenberg and made up a batch of that blue stuff, YO.
The finale of "Breaking Bad" will be emotional for all of us, but it sounds like creator Vince Gilligan is taking it hardest of all, since he recently admitted, "I actually cried writing the end -– 'The end' on the last episode. I haven’t since then.
Creator Vince Gilligan who directed the pilot has said, via Hollywood Reporter, that he will write and direct the very final episode. Gilligan also directed BB’s last episode of season 3 and the last two episodes of season 4
This minifig knows that science is serious business best left to professionals. In his protective hazmat suit, Citizen Brick’s new Chemistry Enthusiast always puts safety first while cooking up the purest product on the market.
Who could forget the liquefied human remains crashing through the ceiling on the second episode of "Breaking Bad"? It's one of the most memorable scenes in recent TV history, and Discovery's "MythBusters" are tackling the chemistry head on in the show's "Breaking Bad Special." To be specific: Can hydrofluoric acid really destroy a body, ceramic tub, floor and ceiling?
For as much hype as ‘Breaking Bad‘ will build for the final eight episodes premiering on August 11, it’s looking more and more and more like Walter White’s story won’t be the last we see of the ‘Breaking Bad’ universe. Series creator Vince Gilligan‘s proposed spinoff with character Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is reportedly moving “full speed ahead” at AMC, whether we want it to, or not.
Now that Walt has completed his Sisyphean task and crystal-rolled his way to the top of the meth-dealing mountain, who doesn’t want to see Walt melting away in a 55-gallon hazardous waste drum? He’s burned and re-burned every bridge available to him. As we know from the opening scene of season five, Walt is on his own, gearing up for something huge. From what we know of the other characters, it stands to reason that he’s arming himself for a threat we haven’t met yet.
Nobody in Walt’s circle scares him enough that he would need the type of weaponry he’s got. Assuming Walt is going to bite it in the end, thus completing his full rise and fall,(footnote – Vince Gilligan has repeatedly said that the show’s arc is watching “Mr. Chips turn into Scarface”) someone has to be responsible for his demise. Part of the brilliance of the show is that Walt is responsible for every horrible thing that has befallen the characters, whether they know it or not.
Pretty much everyone has a motive, so who gets to do the honors?
Of course, you don’t cook the finest crystal meth without having to deal with rival gangs and disputes over territories and the odd drug lord here and there. And during all of this, it’s fair to say there’s going to be awesome moments along the way.
Here are just 5 of the most bad-ass moments in Breaking Bad.
By the end of summer 2013, AMC will find itself losing one of its most acclaimed critical darlings as ‘Breaking Bad‘ airs the final eight episodes of its last season. And while the network has a number of projects lined up to fill the void, new reports suggest that AMC will borrow inspiration from ‘The Walking Dead‘s companion talk show ‘Talking Dead,’ giving ‘Breaking Bad’ its own live follow-up discussion series ‘Talking Bad!’ Find out what AMC’s cooking up with a ‘Breaking Bad’ talk show inside!