The word "pivotal" doesn't even begin to describe this episode. When it was over, I let out a "Jimmy H. Carter!" so loud that it freaked out my fiancee -- imagine another name with the initials "J.C." instead of "Ji more
Awesome review on the show: This is simply the best show on television, so compelling and addictive. The final scene of the last episode ("Phoenix") was definitely a Holy-Sh*t-this show-friggin' rules-moment.
The first series out of the box for them was "Mad Men" - which was arguably the best new series of last season. And now they've gone and done it again with a new and really bizarre series, "Breaking Bad," which is as different fro more
I haven't felt like this about a show since early Dexter. The episode always goes by so fast that I scream a frustrated S&*T! when it ends. I have to remind myself to breathe! Maybe I need to get out more, or maybe, this is the best show out ther more
Last season, we had to wait until the end to see what the cold open was all about each week. This time around, the scary pair of bald Mexicans worked their way into the main story almost immediately, even if it's still unclear what their objective is more
"Fly" is going to stick out like a sore thumb in the catalog of Breaking Bad episodes. There was no action. Each episode of Season 3 to this point dealt with a multitude of problems with multiple characters. And yet, here we have "Fly," more
If you've been waiting this season for the switch to be flipped, for the seemingly inert Walter White to snap back to life, this was it. The show was called "Mas," Spanish for more. Looking ahead, that's what we're going to be see more
The twists and turns of 'Breaking Bad' are like something out of a maze. You can never predict where this show is going, as this episode clearly illustrated. It didn't seem likely that Walter and Skyler would ever agree on anything again, e more