Breaking Bad Season 5 continues its slow burn with Season 5, Episode 2: "Madrigal." Heck, only three people die this week. Pshaw. Despite the bloodshed, this episode really is relatively quiet, focused far more on character moments than explosive plot t more
If last week's season premiere of Breaking Bad showed us Walter White at his most egotistical ( We're done when I say we're done... ), then " Madrigal " depicted the new king at his calmest and his most confident.
His most Gus Fring-like.
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Written by series creator Vince Gilligan and directed by Michelle MacLaren, "Madrigal" is a housekeeping episode, mainly concerned with setting up future events and clarifying old ones. While it checks in with Walt, Skyler, Jesse and Saul, its spotlight i more
Everyone's favorite fixer finally scored his own episode on "Breaking Bad." While not exactly an old-school "Lost" character piece, Mike Ehrmantraut was the focal point of tonight's story. Just when he thought he was out of Walter White's orbit, they keep more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Madrigal," the July 22 episode of AMC's "Breaking Bad," in which Hank's investigation has ripple effects on Mike and the rest of Gus's organization. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-breaking-bad more
As far as Walt is concerned, the dust has pretty well settled from Gus Fring's death, so it's time to get back to business. But in an episode that spends of "Breaking Bad" that spends as little time with its lead character as this one does, it's clear tha more
The second episode of Breaking Bad 's fifth season is titled "Madrigal" and is what we LOST fans would have called a 'Mythology' episode. What that means, if you are not a LOST geek, is that it is time to fill in the blanks, fill the cracks, and make obs more