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    Quote Originally Posted by roenick View Post
    Not really sure what to think of Darabont leaving. He brought such a joy to this show in terms of his enthusiasm for the content. Really not sure what to make of it all. Agree that a person from The Shield will help and has instant credibility but man this is disappointing.
    I think Darabont lost a LOT of his enthusiasm when he realized that he could not bring MOVIE sensibilities to a TV show. Hopefully he will stay on in a reduced role and continue to share his passion for this. One way or another I think it was a necessary move for FD and the show, maybe now he can just concentrate on the ideas of the show and not be brought down by the day to day comprimises that need to be made. The fact that Mazzara is 'part of the family' already(he wrote one of the last eps last season) means that it should be seamless. I really think this is more of a headline than a cause for concern.

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    Glen Mazzara is Your New ‘The Walking Dead’ Showrunner | /Film

    Last night a bombshell hit The Walking Dead: Frank Darabont, who launched the show along with The Walking Dead comic writer Robert Kirkman and producer Gale Anne Hurd, stepped down as showrunner as the series is in the middle of shooting its second season. We were told that there would be no significant interruption in production. To achieve that, a new showrunner has already been named: Glen Mazzara, who wrote for the first season and was hired as Frank Darabont’s right-hand man for season 2.


    Deadline breaks the news, quoting an interview with Mr. Darabont from about a month back in which he spoke about Glen Mazzara’s hire: We hired Glen Mazzara as our Number Two in the room… We consider him our head writer and he’s just a fantastic asset.” Mr. Mazzara wrote the first season episode ‘Wildfire,’ and was a writer/producer on The Shield, Crash, Hawthorne and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.
    Think that he was being groomed from the get go and FD just had to get out.

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    SPOILERS


    This weeks episode of Breaking Bad was a mixed bag. The loss of humanity in Walt has been very hard to deal with. The show worked before because he was a good man forced to do bad things. Now you have to question that. His wife is a shrew. Really unlikeable. Calling into question why he would have done anything at all for her. Hank and his wife, that is actually more interesting. Kind of cliche, but still well done. The biggest revelation though is Mike the fixer. Having seen how disposable he is I think he is beginning to question a life of violence and questionable morals he just seemed to accept as necessary. Sadly I think his story is going to end with him making a Vader like choice. He's like the anti-Walt and easily the most sympathetic character on the show. Not bad 2 episodes in and this show always gathers momentum the closer it gets to the finale.

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    The elevators at, I believe, The Hilton, during sdcc...

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    ‘I’m Gonna Go On Record And Say This Is A Bad Idea!!’ Hercules Enthusiastically Endorses BREAKING BAD 4.3!!
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    Mike the Fixer rules!!!!

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    BREAKING BAD Recap: “Open House”


    Really good breakdown of the season so far...

    AND SPOILERS












    I was thinking the same thing about Jesse. They can only bring a guy to the edge so many times before he almost has to go over. With Hank getting involved and the revelations in the preview for next week that has Walt saying 'they found fingerprints' it seems inevitable that there is going to be a considerable body count at the end of this season. And we all know that Vince Gilligan will have no trouble doing an Eddard Stark and taking out an important character. Good stuff.

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