I just watched Sunday's episode... WOW WOW WOW. The last 5 minutes were insane. I don't know if anyone reads Alan Sepinwall but i thought he made a great point... how the last 5 episodes have had insane last sections. **SPOILERS** The freakout/breakdown/money missing of this last episode, the shootout before, the walt/jesse fight before that...
ANd how usually when shows keeping upping the wow factor it means a show is in trouble. But BB just manages to pull it off. I love that nothign would surprise me with this show. They could kill anyone off right now and I'd believe it. Like if you told me that Bryan Cranston was gonna be killed this Sunday, even though there are still like 17 episodes left, I'd believe it. And I'd probably go with it.
so love this show.
I dunno why, but the "Jesse says, Bitch" really made lolz.
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If Hirokazu Koreeda's right, I hope my afterlife is spent re-experiencing BREAKING BAD for the first time, forever.
@hudsonette BREAKING BAD, yes. It's that good. Not just good -- Hirokazu Koreeda good.
AMC Launching 'Walking Dead' Web Series Monday | TheWrap TV
The season two premiere of "Walking Dead" is less than a month away, and AMC is making the wait a little easier by launching a six-episode "Walking Dead" Web series on Oct. 3.
The Webisodes will unfold the backstory of Hannah, a.k.a. "Bicycle Girl," the leg-less zombie shot by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) shortly after he left the hospital in the series premiere.
All six Hannah-themed Webisodes premiere at AMCTV.com on Monday (2 p.m.), while season two of "Walking Dead" premieres on the network Oct. 16 with a special 90-minute episode.
Can't agree with you more about having a finite end. so much better to never have a wasted episode. everything moves towards a place. so much more enjoyable to look back at a totally tight 5 season show then a 7 season show where ya go.. yea... season 1 was good.. and parts of 2 and 3 rocked but 5 was bleh.