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Top Moments: Jimmy and JT Do a Rap Redux and Breaking Bad Gets Cutthroat

Our top moments of the week: 14. Best Kiss:  On Switched at Birth , Bay and Emmett continue to get closer, despite the hearing barrier between them. When Bay is unable to understand that Emmett is signing, "I like you," Emmett instead tries speaking the international language... and kisses her. Where words fail, kisses succeed. 13. Most Awkward Dance: During an appearance on  Today  to promote  Crazy Stupid Love , Ryan Gosling mentions that he's able to perform the famous lift from Dirty Dancing.  Al Roker asks Gosling to prove it, with Roker standing in for Jennifer Grey.... //www.tvguide.com/News/Top-Moments-Fallon-Breaking-Bad-1035526.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Dean Norris — Breaking Out

The bulldog-like character actor still snarls as Hank Schrader even though the DEA agent is mostly confined to his bed after getting shot in an ambush at the end of last season. But you can't keep a good narc down, so Hank will soon be back on the trail of meth genius "Heisenberg," unaware that it's really his brother-in-law Walter White (Bryan Cranston)...  //www.tvguide.com/News/Cheers-Jeers-Dean-Norris-1035424.aspx?rss=breakingnews

How Will Breaking Bad End?

After watching all he's done on Breaking Bad , are you still a fan of Walter White? Are you still cheering him on? Yes? Creator Vince Gilligan thinks that will change. "If you watch enough of these episodes, you realize eventually that Walt was a good man, but this thing he’s chosen to do is changing him," Gilligan told The New York Times this week. "He becomes harder and harder to root for." Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/07/how-will-breaking-bad-end/

Breaking Bad Premiere Sets Series Ratings Record

Breaking Bad is off to a very good start. The Bryan Cranston-anchored drama set a ratings record last night, premiering its fourth season to 2.6 million viewers. The figure marks the Emmy-winning program’s largest audience to date and is a 30 percent increase over the season three opener in March 2010. What did you think of "Box Cutter?" //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/07/breaking-bad-premiere-sets-series-ratings-record/

Breaking Bad Promo & Clip: "Thirty-Eight Snub"

Breaking Bad returned last night and didn't waste any time proving why it's the best show on television. An eerie, suspenseful silence permeated "Box Cutter," the season four premiere that proved just how maniacal and calculating Gus Fring can truly be. How will Jesse and Walt respond to their boss' latest move? The former will fall deeper and deeper into despair on Sunday's "Thirty-Eight Snub," though his friends may not realize it. Check out the following trailer and sneak peek to watch Jesse seriously throw it down... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/07/breaking-bad-promo-and-clip-thirty-eight-snub/

Gus, Trust and Gale: Thoughts on the 'Breaking Bad' Season Premiere (VIDEO)

I can't promise I'll be recapping 'Breaking Bad' every week -- with Comic-Con and other travel commitments looming, it would be foolhardy promise that -- but I wanted to share a few thoughts about 'Breaking Bad's' masterful season premiere. I wrote in my season 4 review that 'Box Cutter' was one of the finest season premieres I'd ever seen, and the word that kept coming to mind as I watched it was 'trust.' There isn't any between Gus and Walt, but trust was nevertheless evident in every frame shot in the Superlab. //www.aoltv.com/2011/07/18/breaking-bad-season-premiere-video/

'Breaking Bad' 4.02 Preview: Jesse Hits Downward Spiral

After spending some time in " Breaking Bad " season 4 premiere thinking about a life he took away in last season finale, Jesse hits a downward spiral and invites his friends along for the ride in the upcoming episode. Still, he has time to hit the club and party hard.   Also in the second episode of the new season, Walt is uncomfortable for being back in the employ of homicidal drug kingpin Gus Fring. He searches for a new business opportunity and attempts to form a new alliance as he plans his next move.   Read More... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00042172.html

Breaking Bad Postmortem: Giancarlo Esposito Reacts to the Premiere's Most Gruesome Scene

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 4 premiere of Breaking Bad . Read at your own risk.] Did Jesse kill Gale? After spending more than a year wondering, Breaking Bad viewers had that question answered by the AMC thriller's Season 4 premiere. But the fact that Jesse ... //www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-Bad-Giancarlo-Esposito-1035419.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Breaking Bad' Season 4 premiere: Giancarlo Esposito and Co. discuss the lab scene

The first thing Giancarlo Esposito's colleagues on "Breaking Bad" want you to know is that he's nothing like the character he plays, Gustavo "Gus" Fring."In his real life, he's an embracing, loving, wonderful man. He's sweet and engaging, he makes eye contact, he's this kind of spiritual guy," co-star Bryan Cranston says.Adds series creator Vince Gilligan: "I don't know how he does it, because in real life he's this sweet, goofy guy with an infectious smile, just a wonderful, warm, loving, human being. Where he pulls the character of Gus from I don't know, but it's amazing."(Don't read any further if you haven't seen the season premiere. Or at least peruse our recap first.)In the climactic scene of Sunday's season premiere, Gus coldly kills his lieutenant, Victor (Jeremiah Bitsui), to prove a point to Walt (Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) -- and he utters not a word for an excruciatingly long time, until the very... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/07/breaking-bad-season-4-premiere-giancarlo-esposito-and-co-discuss-the-lab-scene.html

'Breaking Bad' Season 4: Bryan Cranston on Walt's metamorphosis, punching people

Midway through an interview with Zap2it on the "Breaking Bad" set in Albuquerque, Bryan Cranston offers to punch me in the face.It's not the result of an impertinent question, but rather a way to explain how his character, chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacturer Walter White, and others on "Breaking Bad" slide into doing bad things. It's an analogy he's used before, and it comes up here in response to a question about his reaction to Skyler (Anna Gunn) spinning an elaborate lie about Walt's financial windfall in the Season 3 episode "Kafkaesque." (Go here to get Gunn's take on that scene.)"What I've realized in doing this is even the meekest person among us is dangerous given the right set of circumstances," Cranston says. "It's possible anyone could do anything if pushed to the limit. If I said to you -- and truly, everybody has a dollar amount on anything -- if I said to you, 'Let me... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/07/breaking-bad-season-4-bryan-cranston-on-walts-metamorphosis-punching-people.html