On Wednesday, Nashville’s crossed a new line by killing one of the show’s longtime villains just as they were getting their life on track. It was like Game of Thrones when Joffrey died (not a spoiler, you’ve had YEARS to watch) except this death wasn’t exactly celebratory, it was bittersweet, like… a country song.
"Lawyers. We're like health insurance. We hope you never need it, but man oh man? Not having it? No."
Here are some photos of Bryan Cranston from that time he modeled fitness poses for a teen magazine in the 1980s. You're welcome.
Here's Breaking Bad antihero/chemistry teacher/drug lordWalter White's predictably funny/sad Facebook Look Back video.
Oh god it's so cute. Oh god it's so cute I could die. Apparently Anthony Hopkins cuddled up for an epic Breaking Bad marathon (A-Hop! Text me next time!!!) and loved it so much that he felt compelled to write an adorable, gushing fan letter to Bryan Cranston & company. No spoilers—just emotionz.
Looks like Walt Jr. is officially over breakfast. In the wake of the Breaking Bad finale, R.J. Mitte — the actor who played Flynn, a.k.a the most irritating, mom-hating son a meth cook could ever ask for — is making nightclub appearances.
Actually, it kinda was, in a way. I mean, a fucked up, abusive, co-dependent shit sandwich of an affair, but still.
There's a lot I'll miss now that Breaking Bad is over. I'll miss Jesse's boyish swearing, Hank's percussive heh-heh laugh, Marie's purple everything, baby Holly's hats. My confusion over how hot I find Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman. The entire cast's virtuosic performances, the script's brilliance, the colors and clear…
This Sunday marks the end of Breaking Bad, the series that's captivated the hearts of both television critics and lowly pleb viewers like us. Since the series' premiere in 2008, Breaking Bad's antihero Walter White has gone from meek-yet-brilliant chemistry teacher with a grim cancer prognosis to meek-yet-brilliant…
Puppies and Aaron Paul! Together! AT LAST. Don't you feel like the producers of Breaking Bad owe us this after all the stress and heart palpitations they've put us through? If anything, each new episode should end with a two-minute short featuring cute animals being cute. Then again, even that would probably end with…
Turnz out everyone's favorite shirtless chest Zac Efron did a stint in rehab five months ago, while filming the upcoming Seth Rogen comedy Neighbors. E! claims it was for drinking, while TMZ says it was molly and coke — and that earlier this year Efron and some friends went on a flop-sweaty rager and caused $50,000…
As Breaking Bad comes to a close (AHHHH!), hopefully cultural critics will be examining viewers' vitriol against Walter White's complex, long-suffering wife — which has been so severe it's been termed "the Skyler White" effect and applied to other TV wives — at length. [Spoilers to follow.]
Give Jesse that toot toot and give Walt that beep beep.
Donna J. Nelson is a professor of organic chemistry at the University of Oklahoma with a CV that's over 31-pages long. One of the most recent entries? Science advisor to AMC's hit show about a chemistry teacher gone nutso, Breaking Bad.
This is a cute edit and all, but to Jesse, I say the same thing I've said to many other leading ladies in rom-coms: GIRL, YOU CAN DO BETTER.
While the last bastion between us and Justin Bieber's ass has been little more than thin cotton boxers for awhile now, it's all over. I have seen Culo del Beebo, and so will you. These photos were taken at Thanksgiving at his grandma's house in Toronto, where he serenaded her, naked, with an acoustic guitar. Because…
This is incredibly dope — but it's also just a reason to have an open thread to talk about Breaking Bad's final season premiere. Which is tonight. You knew that right? I'm making some Blue Rock Candy.
Sure, you could watch some show about meth entrepreneurs that literally no one cares about, OR you could watch Darren Criss hand out awards to the faces of Hollywood's future DUI mugshots at the Teen Choice Awards. I think the choice is pretty obvious, but you go ahead and do you.
Breaking Bad, indeed.