Breaking Bad (AMC)

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  1. cheesebeef

    cheesebeef Registered User Contributor

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    that was the third to last episode, right? if so, agreed. nothing I can remember watching on TV was anything as close to as powerful as that hour.
     
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    Yep, third to last. It was amazing, perfectly paced and sequenced and absolutely riveting to the core. That episode set the bar for television drama IMO.
     
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    without a doubt. I was shaken to the core by that episode. as far as I'm concerned, the entire series could have ended with him getting in that car and never being heard from ever again.

    in fact, I probably would have preferred that to the fairy tale, everything goes exactly as planned for Walt as if being guided by the hand of God ending we got.
     
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    I was really hoping he would try out his product before dying in the final scene...only thing I didn't like about the ending. Would have finalized the transformation for me of WW.
     
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    I agree. In many ways, that was the finale to me.
     
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    Just a spot for the Emmy's, but at least we get to see these two working together again.

    Barely Legal Pawn. LOL
     
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    Chaplin Better off silent

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    That was great! I LOL'd big time at the very last line.
     
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    ‘Breaking Bad’ Creator Urges Fans to Stop Throwing Pizzas on Walter White’s Roof

    http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/breaking-bad-house-pizzas-vince-gilligan-1201450839/

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    The woman who lives in the house used as Walter White’s residence on “Breaking Bad” is not happy.

    To be more specific, she’s not happy because fans of the show keep throwing pizzas on her roof, inspired by White’s famous pizza toss in the season three episode “Caballo Sin Nombre.”

    “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” showrunner Vince Gilligan asked fans to stop the pie-slinging in the latest episode of the “Better Call Saul Insider Podcast.”

    Gilligan said the woman and her husband who live in White’s residence in Albuquerque are used to fans coming to take pictures, and are fine with it within reason. But the notoriously obsessive “Breaking Bad” fans have gone overboard.

    “There is nothing original, or funny, or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof,” Gilligan said. “It’s been done before — you’re not the first.”

    “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” actor Jonathan Banks added, “And if I catch you doing it, I will hunt you down.”

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    I've been to the house, but have not thrown a pizza on the roof. :D
     
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    This ought to tell you how ignorant people are. They could give a damned that actual people live in that house.
     
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    Just finished season 4. Holy Sh!!!!!
     
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    Oh man wait till you see season 5

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    im three episodes in and was scared to read your comment ;) thanks for not saying anything. havent read the rest of the thread. love the show!
     
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