In Breaking Bad’s last episode, Walter White goes out in a blaze. But is it glory?
The next-to-last episode puts Walt in the deep freeze — and everyone else through hell
An excruciating, terrific episode cranks up the intensity, but also shows that this drama really is about family. Even if Heisenberg has a funny way of showing it.
The pulse-pounding “To’hajiilee” seemed to set up a certain kind of ending, but Breaking Bad is not ready to give Walt–or freaked-out viewers–the answers so easily.
As Jesse tries to turn on “Mr. White,” Breaking Bad reveals itself as a horrifying, sustained depiction of the psychology of abuse.
As the show’s finale nears, the confessions begin to pile up
In a series of wrenching scenes, Skyler (and the rest of us) must stare down the aftermath of last week’s big revelations.
If you were worried Breaking Bad would take its time getting back up to speed, worry no more. It’s game on
SPOILER ALERT: Before you read this post, make sure you take any necessary bathroom breaks, then watch Sunday night’s 2012 finale of Breaking Bad.
Breaking Bad began its final season with enough shoes-waiting-to-drop to fill …
“I’m the cook. I’m the man who killed Gus Fring…now, say my name.”
Sunday night’s Breaking Bad was so fascinating – equal parts wrenching, shocking and creepy – that I actually logged on this morning hoping …
SPOILER ALERT: Before you read this post, pick up some green beans from the deli counter and watch last night’s Breaking Bad.
SPOILER ALERT: Before you read this post, put off watching that DVD of Heat you just picked up and watch last night’s Breaking Bad.
“Swear on your children’s lives.” –Lydia
He does it for the kids. Whatever sins Walter …
SPOILER ALERT: Before you read this post, turn off that Three Stooges movie and watch last night’s Breaking Bad.
“Hazard Pay” broke almost neatly into two halves. The first was a kind of getting-the-band-back-together …