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    Holly is a baby genius:

    But in the restroom scene with Bryan, her mommy was just three feet away. And I didn’t script the baby saying “Mama.” I scripted that Walter would come to it himself as he stood Baby Holly up and looked in her face and realized he was doing the wrong thing by her. And then, when he stood her up, and she looked over his shoulder at her 'Mama' and started asking for her, Bryan the consummate actor rolled with it. We just got some movie magic. It was just incredible. It was more than I could have hoped for — it was like the moment that I wrote on meth.
    Breaking Bad' producer: 'I didn't script the baby saying mama' - NBC News.com
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    BREAKING BAD Series Marathon Starts Wednesday, September 25th | Collider

    Here’s AMC’s write-up on the Breaking Bad marathon, Countdown to Finale:

    The Emmy Award-winning Breaking Bad, hailed as “Genius” (Tim Goodman, The Hollywood Reporter) and “One of the greatest shows ever on TV” (David Wiegand, San Francisco Chronicle), will air its final episode on Sun., Sep. 29 at 9/8c. Following the final episode, fans can discuss and dissect the end of the most addictive show on television with an expanded one-hour episode of Talking Bad, the live after-show hosted by Chris Hardwick. Special guests on the final episode of Talking Bad include series creator Vince Gilligan, Aaron Paul, Jesse Plemmons, RJ Mitte, Giancarlo Esposito, Jonathan Banks and Jimmy Kimmel.

    Leading up, and to get fans ready for the highly anticipated series finale of Breaking Bad, AMC is airing the Breaking Bad Marathon: Countdown to Finale, beginning on Wed., Sep. 25 at 8/7c with Seasons 1-4 and running through late night Fri., Sep. 27. The marathon resumes with Season 5 on Sat. Sep. 28 at 11/10c and runs continuously up to the Series Finale on Sun., Sep. 29 at 9/8c.

    “We want to appropriately honor this remarkable series by delivering the ultimate, most immersive experience for Breaking Bad fans,” said Charlie Collier, president, AMC. “From a five-day marathon featuring every episode across all five seasons, to an unforgettable finale rolling immediately into an expanded one-hour Talking Bad after-show, we are so proud of Vince Gilligan and everyone associated with this show, and believe this is the perfect way to send Breaking Bad from our air into television history.”

    During the last two episodes of the marathon leading into the Finale as well as the Series Finale itself, fans can also participate in amc.com’s live, interactive experience, Breaking Bad Story Sync. Polls, trivia questions and a live “Watch & Chat” are all timed to coincide with the broadcast of the finale. Story Sync is optimized for Internet browsers, tablet and mobile devices all with the goal of connecting fans with each other and deepening their engagement withBreaking Bad’s final episode.

    On Twitter, fans and cast members will continue the conversation with hash tag #GoodbyeBreakingBad. The final episodes of the series have already generated significant activity on social media with Breaking Bad ranking #1 on cable for the week from Sep. 9 to Sep. 16 (Source: Trendrr).

    AMC’s newest drama, Low Winter Sun will shift to 11:15/10:15c, following Talking Bad on Sun., Sep. 29 only. In the episode entitled “Revelations,” written by Dave Erickson and directed by Adam Davidson, Frank testifies in court and Geddes takes his family on a trip. Meanwhile, Damon and Maya start their new lives under Skelos.

    To ensure that AMC pause to appropriately commemorate Breaking Bad, and also serve Low Winter Sun fans who want to watch on a regular schedule, this episode of Low Winter Sun will also be available to fans on AMC On Demand starting Mon., Sep. 23, 1-week prior to its linear premiere, on both VOD and TVE platforms. It will then repeat again on Sun., Oct. 6 at 8/7c, leading into the 2-hour finale of season one of Low Winter Sun.

    The Breaking Bad Series Finale airs Sun., Sep. 29 at 9/8c

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    Spoilery pics of one of the final episodes... click with caution if you choose to click at all:

    Breaking Bad Filming At The Grove Restaurant, March 11, 2013 | Marc Valdez Weblog

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctordestructo View Post
    Spoilery pics of one of the final episodes... click with caution if you choose to click at all:

    Breaking Bad Filming At The Grove Restaurant, March 11, 2013 | Marc Valdez Weblog
    So spoilery!

    Eh.

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    Heisenberg has left the building.

    The main theme music to go along with that scene...genius.
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    Oof. That Andrea scene...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey View Post
    Heisenberg has left the building.

    The main theme music to go along with that scene...genius.
    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    Oof. That Andrea scene...

    Haha...I mentioned the revised theme to Kinqsqueen right away. It was AWESOME. And yeah, has anyone suffered more than Jesse? Good lord the cruelty. And Todd...ooof, like Jesse said, dead eyed. Been rewatching The Shield lately because I remember how GREAT the ending of that was handled, yet it still left a void. I wanted to relive that ending to prepare for the ending of this show. It's gonna be glorious...and depressing...and so many other things AllAtOnce!!!!!!!! The countdown begins, just a shade under 7 days to go. See you all here next week.

    By the way...despite Walt's behavior, did your heart break for him when he begged Robert Forster(nice to see him b.t.w) to stay?

    Man, do they already engrave next years Emmy w/Cranston's name? (Although Jeff Daniels winning last night was a nice/well deserved surprise).
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    One of my favorite lines from last night was, "This couldn't have all been for nothing." Or something along those lines. Again, that's exactly what I've been wanting to hear since Season 1 or 2.

    Also, Todd is as ruthless as they come yet he's always so apologetic about it. It's definitely a different spin on such a slimey bastard.

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    I loved the $10,000 for one hour scene with Robert Forster but how bout the Walter Jr. phone call scene? Now THAT was heart breaking.
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