I stumbled on this today, and of course had to share it. I've missed Breaking Bad tremendously since it left the air, so little gems like this make me smile. It's a "look back" from Facebook that you may have done yourself, only this is for Walter White.
The movie "Fargo" put Minnesota on the map years ago, and it's doing it again. Now, FX is developing a T.V. series based on the movie. The plot will feature multiple locations from Northern MN, and likely Bemidji, MN.
It's not everyday that an actor gets accolades from the prestigious Sir Anthony Hopkins, but Bryan Cranston and his Breaking Bad co workers received just that. Apparently Sir Hopkins sat down and binged on Breaking Bad much like the rest of us and watched all six seasons straight through. Then he felt compelled to write a letter.
This last Sunday night was tough. It was the first Sunday since Breaking Bad wrapped up and I felt a little lost. If you're going through some withdrawals yourself, like me, this video could cheer you up. It's wonderfully edited.
You may be annoyed with some of the things your friends are posting on Facebook and Twitter about the 'Breaking Bad' finale. We are too, and thus decided to offer up a list of some of the most irritating reactions people are having towards the finale of (un)arguably the greatest show of all time.
They nailed it. They really did. Seems that too often we get let down by a series finale, but last night Breaking Bad tied up everything perfectly. I honestly don't think they could have done anything better. Here's some of my favorite moments: .
Bryan Cranston is a very talent actor. That is apparent with his emmy winning performances on one of the best dramas of all time: Breaking Bad. Most people know that he was the Dad on Malcom in the Middle, or even that he was Jerry's dentist on Seinfeld. But here are a few roles he played that you probably never even noticed him at the time. Like he had a small role on Saving Private Ryan.
Anybody who thinks that have pinned down exactly what will happen this Sunday night is crazy. That's what makes the show great, we are constantly surprised. After last weeks episode, we know that no one is safe. Not even Walt Jr.
As hard as it will be to say goodbye to Bryan Cranston's Walter White and those still left alive in the cast, 'Breaking Bad' has made its goodbye a little longer by extending the final two episodes to seventy-five minutes a piece.
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