Breaking Bad Review: Off the Reservation

When we first met Walter White, he used the fire of a beaker to educate his chemistry students. He cooked meth in the hot desert and he wore tidy whities.

On the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad, he used the flames of a wood-burning stove to keep himself alive. He shivered in the freezing cold of rural New Hampshire and he layered himself in Gore-Tex.

Indeed, "Granite State" didn't feature the non-stop intensity of last Sunday's utterly bonkers "Ozymandias," instead giving viewers a chance to take a breath and take note of just how far Walt has fallen.  Read More...


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