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Breaking Bad Retrospective: No Mas

The conclusion of Breaking Bad‘s second season left a lot of situations burning a little bit. From Walt and Skyler’s potential break-up to Jesse’s guilt-inspired rehabilitation, there was a lot of things to continue on from. 1,043 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: ABQ

The high-powered events of “Mandala” and “Phoenix” had me prepped for an epic season finale for Breaking Bad. Unfortunately, “ABQ” sort of underwhelmed, especially when compared to this show’s previous two outings. 1,316 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Phoenix

Given the high intensity and adrenaline-pumping action evident in the previous installment, “Mandala”, it was not too much of a shock to see Breaking Bad… 1,214 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Mandala

Now, this was the kind of Breaking Bad that I have waiting for. Now, the second season has not been bad. In fact, it has not even been average. 959 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Over

Breaking Bad has hit that familiar stride once again. Much like after season one’s “…And the Bag’s in the River” and season two’s “Grilled”, “Over” takes a step back after a good deal of meth cooking during the previous installment, “4 Days Out”. 789 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: 4 Days Out

“4 Days Out” is what I like to refer to as a “bottle episode”. Aside from a few plot developments, not much story actually advanced. Here, the entire hour was devoted to Walt and Jesse’s extended stay in the desert while they attempted to cook meth for four days straight. 578 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Better Call Saul

After the almost filler feel of “Negro Y Azul”, Breaking Bad returns to form with the great “Better Caul Saul”, of which introduces the highly comedic defense attorney Saul Goodman, as portrayed by actor Bob Odenkirk. 874 more words

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