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El Camino: The Breaking Bad Epilogue

This feels like an extended episode of Breaking Bad. Like they sandwiched two episodes together and said "That's it. That's our epilogue." Taking place immediately after the finale of the show, El Camino opens with Jesse Pinkman as he escapes Jack's compound. But the joy of his freedom is short-lived, as he soon becomes the… Continue reading El Camino: The Breaking Bad Epilogue

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I Finally Watched Breaking Bad (Season 5)

Writing a satisfying ending to any story is difficult. But when your story is as popular as Breaking Bad was/still is? Many would consider that task impossible! I mean, just look at how shows like Lost or Game of Thrones ended up! Yet they managed it all the same. With Gus gone, nothing stands between… Continue reading I Finally Watched Breaking Bad (Season 5)

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Gus Fring: Breaking Bad’s Greatest Villain

In all of Breaking Bad, most of its villains share certain personality traits. They're often loud, vulgar, selfish, and extremely violent to a fault. From Tuco in seasons one and two to Jack in season five. These guys were all gross, selfish, and dangerous. Yet none of them were ever as intimidating as Gus Fring.… Continue reading Gus Fring: Breaking Bad’s Greatest Villain

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I Finally Watched Breaking Bad (Season 4)

It's time for another entry in the series where nothing ever goes wrong and all our characters are happy! This totally isn't the season where their lives are totally ruined beyond repair! That's next season! This the season where their lives are only mostly ruined. Walt and Jessie have managed to avoid being killed by… Continue reading I Finally Watched Breaking Bad (Season 4)

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Walter White: The Evil of Heisenberg

Stories where the hero becomes the villain have always been interesting to me. There's just something so intriguing about watching a good person become a terrible one. That, and I've always loved the villains more than the heroes for as long as I could remember. The very first question I asked in regards to story… Continue reading Walter White: The Evil of Heisenberg