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Breaking Bad Series Finale TONIGHT on AMC *Video Sneak Peek*

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in Episode 16 season finale

After 5 years, it’s time to say goodbye to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Tonight is the series finale of Breaking Bad on AMC.

I really have no idea what is going to happen. Every scenario that I started this second half of season 5 with, has gone by the way side.

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Will Walter survive the night? Will Jesse ever break free (I don’t think so, but I’ve been wrong up to this point about him). What about Skyler and the rest of the family? I guess I will just have to watch like everyone else.

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Mad Men Splitting It’s Final Season

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The juggernaut that is Mad Men is coming to an end, but not any time soon. It seems that instead of just putting this once fabulously written show out of its misery quickly, AMC is going to try to milk it for all of the viewership it can.

“This approach has worked well for many programs across multiple networks, and, most recently for us, with Breaking Bad, which attracted nearly double the number of viewers to its second-half premiere than had watched any previous episode,” says AMC president Charlie Collier. “We are determined to bring Mad Men a similar showcase. In an era where high-end content is savored and analyzed, and catch-up time is used well to drive back to live events, we believe this is the best way to release the now 14 episodes than remain of this iconic series.” [THR]

Basically, AMC is pulling another Breaking Bad, splitting the final season of Mad Men between 2014 and 2015. There will be 14 episodes total. The first half is “The Beginning,” and the final seven shown in 2015 “The End of an Era.”

It is sad that this once well written thought provoking series is going to be gone. But considering I was only watching the last season to see the clothes, and the set design, it was beyond time to let this go. It’s a pity that the writing that was present in the first season had just vanished. Maybe they all started believing their own hype and decided to sail on their success.

I will be watching this final season, though, just to see where these characters end up.

What do you think about the split season for Mad Men?

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Last Night’s Breaking Bad Was Messed Up

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Last night’s episode of Breaking Bad was quite the heart breaker. All around. The only thing that kept coming out of my mouth was “that’s so messed up”.

If you missed it, too bad. It seemed that everything was wrapped up in a little pink bow, setting Walt’s family free of everything he had done. Well, except for Marie, but I don’t like her. Or Jesse, but he turned on Mr. White.

What did you think of episode 514? There are only 2 episodes left, and I am still trying to figure out who is going to get the ricin.

Here’s the Talking Bad interview with Dean Norris, discussing his last day on the Break Bad set.

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Interview with Breaking Bad’s R J Mitte (Walter White, Jr.)

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This week’s interview from AMC is with the amazing R J Mitte, who plays Walter White Jr, AKA Flynn. In the interview he discusses sharing secrets from the set, showing the world what cerebral palsy really looks like, and his characters love of breakfast.

Q: There are so many Breaking Bad tributes on the web. Do you have any favorites about Walter, Jr. ? 

A: Yeah, breakfast! I’m definitely known for the breakfast scenes. Actually I’ve gotten a couple free breakfasts. I went into a place for breakfast and they were like, “No, it’s on us.” It’s funny people get crazy about the smallest things. People love the breakfast scenes. It’s funny to see what people have related to. Breakfast is one of those things that’s caught on.

Q: Looking back, what’s your favorite breakfast scene from the show?

A: It all goes back to the first breakfast scene, you know? That was definitely one of my favorites. It was the one that started it all. I don’t know what the hell is wrong with that bacon. It really does taste and smell just like Band-Aids, actually. At least the way that Skyler cooked it.

Q: Have you ever had any of Anna Gunn’s cooking? Is it anything like Skyler’s?

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Interview with Breaking Bad’s Bob Odenkirk (Lawyer Saul Goodman)


This final season of Breaking Bad is absolutely insane! I was talking with someone yesterday over breakfast about the series, and we were so excited about this season because ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. They don’t need to continue the series. Characters are all at risk.

Bob Odenkirk who plays super lawyer Saul Goodman (you better call Saul) was interviewed by AMC about his role, fears of his character dying, and who the REAL HERO of the show is.

Q: Were you fearful for Saul’s life this season?

A: All the time. Every time I picked up a script I felt certain it would happen — I was just looking for it.

Q: What was it like getting beaten up by Aaron Paul?

A: One of the most fun experiences I’ve had as an actor. I love pyrotechnics and fights; all the things that you can’t do in real life. I can’t believe I get to do this as a living! That was a great day; Aaron was just deeply in the moment and his character. His presence was so powerful that there were times that I had to remind myself not to be an audience to his excellence but to be involved myself. The scene where Walt threatens me in the beginning of Season 5, and the moment when both of them have me over an open grave in the desert; those are also great moments for me in this career.

Q: Saul has had to become more serious as the seasons have gone on. As a comedian, which do you prefer more serious moments or humorous ones?

A: Saul had more fun in the earlier seasons because he got to joke around more. Everything was a big laugh to him. He thought he could make a bunch of money with these people and it seemed to be true. Of course, it all went awry. People probably think I just want to play the jokey part, but that’s not true. As an actor, I love playing those moments of danger and fear. So I’ve had a couple of those scenes in every season. But when he realized that Walter White is a dangerous guy, that was a revelation for Saul. He thought he was getting into business with a level-headed guy.

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