“Because I said so.” With that line, Walter White leaves no doubt in anyone’s mind that he is fully in charge. He not only “won” in his battle against Gus Fring, but he is the one in charge now and... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Alan_Danzis/2012/07/17/r more
After a brief flash-forward to Walt's 52nd birthday, season 5 picks up right where the season 4 finale ended, dealing with the aftermath of Walt's orchestration of Gus' death. Though Walt is confident in his victory, he forgot one loose end that requires more
How does a show deliver after a tense, expertly crafted finale that included the explosive death of one of TV's best villains? Well, you start off with a bizzare teaser that sends viewers into a whirlwind of questions. Then you proceed to pick up the piec more
They might've killed Gus, but Walt and Jesse might have to risk everything to get some crucial evidence back from the cops. http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/breaking-bad-recap-season-5-episode-1-seaon-premiere/
After the explosive Season 4 finale, Breaking Bad Season 5 opened with a much quieter episode. Despite the title, Season 5, Episode 1: "Live Free or Die" took a step back from the overwhelming body count Walt's been racking up. Instead it returned to Brea more
Okay so we can now talk a little more openly about Breaking Bad , you and I. “Live Free or Die” Begins Walter White’s trip towards wherever his rabbit hole leads, and we know he’ll be packing. Geek Out Moment: I’m a huge Supernatural fan more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Live Free or Die," the season 5 premiere of AMC's "Breaking Bad," in which Walt, Jesse and Mike have to pull off another caper to clean up a Gus mess. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-premiere-r more
Because I said so. We're done when I say we're done. I forgive you.
Yes, Breaking Ba d viewers, Walter White really can become more egotistical and maniacal.
Following events on the Breaking Bad Season 4 finale - Walt finally killing Gus Fring, by p more