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After five seasons, however many episodes, lots of deaths, a good amount of meth, more than enough teethface, and hundreds of love letters to Jesse c/o Breaking Bad returned to sender, we've made it…   Read Story »
It would have been reasonable to guess that after last week's episode, Breaking Bad might let us catch our breath before leaving us, and whomever else, lifeless at the final episode. Some tense…   Read Story »
Ever since reading Lawrence Wright's Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief, which I highly recommend, I think about Scientology roughly, ahhh, just about all of the time.…   Read Story »
If "AHHHHHH!" written over and over again would've served well as last week's recap, this week's recap should be exclusively wide-eyed silence. I'm not sure how to convey that in text. Like this, I…   Read Story »
Jim Carrey tweeted this photo of his teeth, the end. -/Film Brad Pitt has "so many ideas" about the sequel to World War Z. "Let's see those art jerks try to tell me I'm stupid now, with all these…   Read Story »
It is getting more and more difficult to write jokey recaps of Breaking Bad, guys! LOL. In a perfect world, this recap would just be "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH" over and over until we reached the 5 million…   Read Story »
We pick up (almost) where we left off last week: at Walt's house, with Jesse's car parked haphazardly in the driveway. Walt has arrived, gun in hand, to maybe-shoot our poor baby Jesse. He creeps…   Read Story »
Here are six new posters for Ducktails, from Mondo. Sure. -/Film Jake Johnson talked to The Playlist about Drinking Buddies and his background in improv. I suggest reading it, and also going to see…   Read Story »
The episode opens with Todd calling Walt and leaving a message in order to tell him about the recent change in management. "You know, just in case you were wondering. Hah. Ahh. It feels weird that…   Read Story »
This week's episode of Breaking Bad begins with an old stranger getting into his truck in either the dark of night or the dark of very early morning. "Oh no, he's going to die!" I think, because I've…   Read Story »