WARNING: FULL SPOILERS AHEAD!! I know what you were thinking before this episode started: a Destiny’s Child reference? I wouldn’t put it past Gilligan. There may be some hidden meaning in "destiny's child," maybe it refers to Walt being the child of desti more
I don't know what's worse: being scared to watch "Breaking Bad" every week because of the terrifying behavior of Walter White or imagining a TV landscape, less than a dozen episodes away, that's bereft of this riveting monster? http://www.thewrap.com/movi more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Say My Name," the August 26 episode of AMC's "Breaking Bad," in which Mike plots his exit strategy, but Walt doesn't want Jesse to go. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-breaking-bad-say-my-name-i-l more
Heisenberg was present and accounted for at the beginning of the episode. He had no problem insulting Declan’s operation and poor excuse for meth. He never wavered and even demanded he be referred ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Alan_Danzis/2012/08/27/b more
There are a few different ways to watch Breaking Bad , all completely legitimate. There's plot-watching, where the main story points are hit and discussed by everyone all week, and "Say My Name" featured one of the biggest events of the series since a whe more
“You know. You all know exactly who I am. Say my name.” – Walter White HOLY CRAP HOLY CRAP HOLY CRAP HOLY CRAP! GAAAAAHHHH!! Sorry, I had to get that out of my system after the last scene. I guess it only makes sense, because at 3:43 PM this afternoon, Aa more
"Say My Name" contains two sequences so powerful that they elevate what what was an otherwise just-okay Breaking Bad episode to near-pantheon heights.
The first is playground scene in which DEA agents converge on Mike as he's watching his granddaughter more