Directed by Michelle MacLaren. Walt and Jesse become stranded out in the middle of the desert after cooking more crystal.
Directed by Phil Abraham. Walt's cancer has greatly improved. Time to celebrate. Meanwhile Jesse tries to meet his new girlfriend's father.
Directed by Adam Bernstein. With Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris. Walt and Jesse's little empire begins to crumble. Saul tries to set them up with a mysterious distributor.
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The fun feature I like most about this site is… the design aesthetic and the regular highlighting of quirky, fun, and off-the-beaten path content that it features. (It’s also very likely a great source for other whimsical and interesting websites and creators).
A curated list of sites with an extra bit of fun.
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Did you catch these hidden things in Breaking Bad?
Few shows have been as obsessively combed over as Breaking Bad. Reaching the height of its cultural ubiquity during its final season in 2015, it sometimes feels like every frame of the show has been picked apart and dissected by superfans. Surprisingly, it seems that Breaking Bad is the rare show that can stand up to this kind of scrutiny, and fans are still discovering easter eggs, references, and complex foreshadowing over the course of the show’s 62 episodes.
With the upcoming sequel film El Camino on the horizon, we thought now would be a good time to take a look back at the series as a whole, and pick out some of the most interesting details you may have missed. From blink-and-you’ll-miss-it-jokes to thought provoking thematic mirroring, we’ve got you covered.
A prop that connects the very end of the show to the very beginning. The dramatic foreshadowing for one of TV’s greatest deaths. The costuming choice that told us more about Breaking Bad’s characters. A payoff to a breakfast question many seasons in the making. A background detail that set up a major character. The set decoration that alludes to the shows opening credits. The creepy set up to one of Walt’s worst deeds. The subtle references to a departed character. The idea that hatched Gus’ most devious move. A clever cameo by series creator Vince Gilligan.
A few days ago Frank Meeuwsen wrote a posting only available through his RSS feed, not otherwise easily visible on his blog. His RSS only postings do still have URLs of course and can be directly accessed that way. But they do not show up on the front page, in search, or as part of archive overviews...
Directed by Colin Bucksey. Walt and Skyler have a baby girl. Now that Jesse is hooked on heroin, Walt refuses to give him his money until he gets clean. Meanwhile, as an excuse for his money, Walt decides to donate the money to himself through his son's new website.
I’m thinking monthly to start, but I’m curious what days of the week and times might work best for people, especially across time zones?
Let me know if you’re interested in helping to organize or would like to join us to participate.
Directed by Adam Bernstein. Walt's lies have pushed Skyler to her limit. She leaves with the kids. Meanwhile, Jesse blames himself for Jane's death and goes into rehab.
Directed by Bryan Cranston. Skyler goes through with her plans to divorce Walt. Jesse finishes rehab.
Directed by Adam Bernstein. Walter, Jr. is having a rough time accepting his parents' separation. Jesse buys his old house from his parents. Meanwhile, two mysterious men have come into town looking for Walt.