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‘Breaking Bad’ Too Sad? Stephen Colbert Finds the Funny in Fox’s Report on Ariel Castro Suicide (Video)

There is a lot of depressing news out there putting Stephen Colbert in a funk: chemical-weapons use in Syria, radiation in Fukushima, “Breaking Bad” is ending. “Even worse, I’m starting to think that Hank and Walt may not end up together,” the “Colbert Report” host said Thursday. To turn that frown upside down, Colbert dipped into his “Smile File” and found the silver lining in Ariel Castro’s suicide. After all, the man was a monster who did taxpayers a favor — imagine how expensive 1,000 years in prison would be? http://www.thewrap.com/stephen-colbert-pulls-ariel-castro-suicide-and-fox-news-coverage-out-of-his-smile-file-video/

'Breaking Bad' is running out of time to catch up to its flash-forwards

As "Breaking Bad" reached the halfway point of its final eight episodes on Sunday (Sept. 1), one aspect of the show lingered -- and not just the fact that Walt had apparently put a hit on Jesse.In fact, it was something that wasn't even part of the episode. It happened in the show's first episode of 2013, and before that its first episode of 2012: The sight of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) on his 52nd birthday, with a full beard and head of hair, eating a lonely breakfast as "Mr. Lambert" before acquiring some heavy weaponry and then stopping by the shell of his former house, scaring the bejeezus out of his neighbor in the process.Both flash-forwards were tantalizing glimpses at Walt's approaching future. They suggest that he doesn't get to walk away unscathed from all the wrong he's done, although they give little indication as to how or why his meth-cooking empire crumbles.The past... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-is-running-out-of-time-to-catch-up-to-its-flash-forwards.html

'Breaking Bad' Sets Guinness World Record

Betty White, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift will also enter the 2014 edition of the book.            http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/vwqAfP48Sug/story01.htm

‘Breaking Bad’ Musical Definitely Isn’t the Same Old Song & Dance (Video)

Walter White can cook meth. He can off his enemies. He can siiiiinggg ! Last month, prior to the return of AMC’s hit drug drama “Breaking Bad,” the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles presented “Walter White and the Amazing Blue Crystal Meth,” a musical version of Walter White’s transformation from mild-mannered chemistry teacher to murderous drug kingpin.  Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/breaking-bad-musical-definitely-isnt-the-same-old-song-and-dance-video/

'Breaking Bad': $1,000 Finale Tickets Selling on eBay

Organizers of the sold-out charity event say people who purchase scalped tickets will not be able to enter.            http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/vvDNYgfE6Ik/story01.htm

Breaking Bad Series Finale Title Revealed — Clever Fans Dissect Meaning

Breaking Bad is hurtling toward its finale at a breakneck pace — each episode of the second half of Season 2 packed with wrenching tensions and only four installments remaining before it all ends on September 26. Now we have one cryptic clue about the show's final moments, which comes in the form of six letters: "Felina" This series finale already has piqued our curiousity! But what does it all mean? UPROXX has rounded up some of Breaking Bad fans' best observations about the title. For... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/D4NYQVYXqBw/2013-09-03-breaking-bad-series-finale-felina

Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 12 “Rabid Dog”

Breaking Bad  “Rabid Dog” Season 5 Episode 12 airs Sunday September 1 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis:  Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 12 “Rabid Dog”- An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2013/09/01/breaking-bad-season-5-episode-12-rabid-dog/

'Breaking Bad' 5.13 Preview: Walter Has Bad Feeling

Things heat up for Walt in unexpected ways after Jesse canceled their meeting at the last minute. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00063741.html

Breaking Bad Writer Sam Catlin on Walt's Achilles' Heel and the Importance of Tighty-Whities

Not to ruin your Labor Day weekend,  Breaking Bad  fans, but we’re half-way through the final eight episodes. Sad but true. And stressful! Read no further if you haven’t watched Sunday’s episode, “Rabid Dog,” because things went down. Like, down down. Jesse’s on the warpath, having realized that Walt poisoned Brock, and both Saul and Skyler (Skyler!) think he needs be taken down Old Yeller -style. Would Walt really kill Jesse? Hank made the convincing case that, murder and child poisoning aside, Walt legitimately cares for the kid. But now that he’s declared himself a threat? Again, stressful! Vulture caught up with Sam Catlin, who wrote and directed the episode, to get his take on Walt’s evolving attitude toward Jesse and how bad things have gotten for Skyler.   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2013/08/breaking-bad-sam-catlin-interview-rabid-dog.html

'Breaking Bad' Secrets Revealed

As the director of photography for Breaking Bad since its second season, Michael Slovis is the man responsible for setting up those shots. He also works very closely with series creator Vince Gilligan and the rest of the crew to choose locations, design sets, and determine the overall look of the show. Slovis has directed four episodes of the series, including last weekend's riveting "Confessions," and he shared a few behind-the-scenes secrets with HuffPost TV in a phone interview this week. Read More... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/30/breaking-bad-secrets_n_3843027.html?utm_hp_ref=tv
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