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Oliver Stone has turned TV critic (for a day) and in the process, has decided to become contrarian on a show just about everyone else loves -- "Breaking Bad," calling the finale a crock of nonsense, or words to that effect. Here is the quote, as lifted from Forbes.com, which attended a recent presser he gave for his Showtime series, "The Untold History of the United States,"...Read more »
How will "Breaking Bad" end?
You've seen the theories — and they are everywhere. You've heard the various scenarios — everywhere also. Clues have been strewn ("woodworking," "Felina") and their meanings have been parsed exhaustively.
But enough with theories. What about the evidence?
"Breaking Bad" has been remarkably generous with evidence...Read more »
Conan and "Conan" devoted the entire Monday night episode -- the whole thing -- to "Breaking Bad." That sort of thing doesn't happen often. A few clips... and a few Geico ads. Sorry, but can't avoid those!
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And now, friends, welcome to my second-to-last post on "Breaking Bad," tied to Sunday's "Granite State," and as my few faithful know, I've pretty much stayed away from plot analysis in these to concentrate on themes -- what "Bad" is trying to tell us about Walter White, but also what it's trying to tell us about US.
I've done earlier posts (and stories) on: transformation,...Read more »
Dean Norris's Hank Schrader has twice cheated death on "Breaking Bad," but as several million fans wondered in heartsick disbelief as last night's episode came to a calamitous end, could three be the charm? Both Hank and his steadfast DEA stalwart, Steven Gomez (Steven Michael Quezada) -- one of only two genuine good guys on the series -- came under enough firepower to stop...Read more »