BREAKING BAD Star Aaron Paul Gives His Reaction to the Final Eight Episodes | Collider
It’s great. I don’t have a problem not telling people because I don’t want to ruin it for anybody. Everyone asks me, but they don’t really want to know, and I know that. It’s not that big of a deal. Before I read the final eight episodes, the final eight hours of the show, I was thinking to myself, ‘This is so tragic. I can’t believe this show is ending.’ I didn’t want it to end. But after knowing how the final eight hours play out, I couldn’t be happier with the way that it ended. Hopefully, you all agree, and I feel pretty confident you will agree.
Vince Gilligan says it's full speed ahead for the Saul Goodman spin-off - Movie News | JoBlo.com
VG: Those are the two big questions we ask ourselves -- is it a half hour or an hour, is it a prequel or a sequel? But having said that, I have to be coy as to whether it even could be a sequel. Because you never know, when the dust settles at the end of our final eight episodes, where everybody's gonna be and who's gonna be left standing. I can't even say for sure that it could be a sequel. It may be, it may not. - See more at: Vince Gilligan says it's full speed ahead for the Saul Goodman spin-off - Movie News | JoBlo.com
The Killing heading for the homestretch now? Seems too easy though.
Also, I just realized I went to school with someone in Season 2. And they were in 8 eps. Kinda weird only putting it together a year later. LOL
IMDB says 5 eps left.
I know my Killing. Pastor Mike is on the hook for something but there is a bigger reveal waiting in the wings. Man, such a good show. It's rare lately that I cannot wait for the next episode, this season has me anxiously waiting.
And I don't know about you guys, but the teaser for Breaking Bad that they showed, the one with Hank all shaky and on the verge of tears, really got me all charged up for the final 8. Man!!!!
For The Killing, I hope we don't get a big-reveal-letdown like S2's WTF. Needs to be more solid that: 'Hey it was the janitor. He tripped a light-switch and then A led to Z.' LOL
See Santi...that's why I think bingeing is WRONG. Lost is the perfect example. I suffered thru the whole thing, waiting for really long offseasons, writers strikes etc and because of that I was satisfied with the finale. When you binge you never really have time to digest and ruminate over what was and could have been. Or have to go week to week when a show like Lost hit it's Nikki and (?)Paula phase and is kind of sucking. If you didn't watch from the beginning I commend you for giving in and catching up, but I am not sure you get the full experience.
As far as The Killing...I could care less about the reveal. For me the show is about the chase and the relationship between 'Bugs' and Linden. To see her actually treating him as an equal and laughing with him, and him adopting some of her darkness was the best part of the season for me. The weird, almost WIRE-esque way that they are treating the secondary storyline with Seward and the rest of the death row cast is very pleasing too. Almost a show within a show. Personally I have to think that Bugs' other partner is there for a reason. And Linden's ex partner has a part to play in this too. Like I said...the chase man, the chase. Don't get all caught up in the outcome, enjoy the interplay between a pretty damned good cast.