As what has been largely described as the greatest show currently on television, and by some people who are perhaps a little overly enthusiastic, as the best TV program ever, Dean Norris has taken over the internet to spoil the ending of “Breaking Bad”, except not really.
AMC is going to have a “Breaking Bad” Marathon this week, as if that were really necessary in the era of the internet. I didn’t watch a single episode of the series until last year, and then I binge watched it in a couple of weeks, and I do not have cable, or even a TV set.
This is not so much an article as it is a list of linksane comedy goodness, and it starts with the antics of Hank Schrader himself “Spoiling Bad.” At first he did not spoil “Breaking Bad;” But he did spoil everything else in this video.
While Aaron Paul dislikes being questioned by fans and interviewers about how “Breaking Bad” ends and has his answer down pat ( it is“everybody dies,” which is true of any situation that you might think of, and now what was a lighthearted humorous article is making you contemplate your mortality. I hate when that happens) after his first round of spoilers, Dean Norris did release a couple of other vids; but they make more sense when not watched in the chronological order that they were released on.
While these are not spoilers per se, the cast of “Breaking Bad,” especially Heisenberg, played by Bryan Cranston have some very good comedic chops under their belt, and the blooper reels of the series are worth a look:
Conan O’Brien even somehow managed to have a lot of the cast of “Breaking Bad” on, including series creator Vince Gilligan, and notorious internet punching bag Anna Gunn; but enough about them, we just want to know what kind of fan mail Bryan Cranston gets, and here he reads one of those letters.
Now, when something trends on the internet, an unavoidable consequence is spoofs. Jimmy Fallon did a very good one; but have you seen the Broadway musical version? After you watch that a few times (and you will), you SHALL sing along. I guarantee it.
Also leave it up to the internet to come up with crazy theories. The most notorious one about “Breaking Bad” is that Walter White goes into the FBI’s Witness Protection Program, with his new name being Hal. He then meets a woman, has children with her, and “Breaking Bad” was actually a prequel to “Malcolm in the Middle” all along; but what if “Breaking Bad” was a sitcom? I know I am answering questions nobody is asking; but I shall not be deterred:
Episode 4 (obviously this is not a clickable link. I don’t know what happened to it I couldn’t find it, leave the link on the comments if you do)
JK 😉 I would not spoil “Breaking Bad” for you even though I bought my laptop at a pawn shop, and it happened to be the one that was stolen from Bryan Cranston, so actually, I knew how it ended before he did. Again, not really; but I think it might have some significance that all the ammo for that M-60 is tracer.
Anyways, here are Los Cuates de Sinaloa to play you out. See What I did there? I make little joke! High five! Don’t leave me hanging.
By Milton Ruiz