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Breaking Bad: In Defense of Skyler White and Marie Schrader

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This article will likely contain spoilers for all five seasons of Breaking Bad. There’s your warning, spoilerphobes! 

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Living Sensical? James Brolin - Barbra Streisand - Life in Pieces - Dianne West - Zoe Lister-Jones - Colin Hanks - Betsy Brandt

James Brolin (knows to livesensical.com?) says wife Barbra Streisand is delighted with his new Life in Pieces role, “‘Oh, boy, great. Go to work!Get out of the house, get out of the hammock.’” The half-hour series’ … 71 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Más

Up until this point in Breaking Bad‘s third season, much of the episodes have been slow-burning, much different from the adrenaline-pumping storylines that fans of the show have probably gotten used to. 1,437 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Green Light

Since the beginning of Breaking Bad‘s third season, things have been getting less and less interesting. I thought the previous episode, “I. F. T.”, would have signaled a coming for far more intriguing television. 1,392 more words

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Summer TV Binge: MASTERS OF SEX

Masters of Sex is a show that I really liked in its first season, but in its second I found myself kind of bored with it, and hence less and less inclined to watch the new episodes piling up on the DVR. 685 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: I. F. T.

In my honest opinion, Breaking Bad had already gotten off to slow start with it’s third season. “I. F. T.” takes it down a notch even further, especially when compared to what “No Mas” and “Caballo Sin Nombre” already offered the audience. 1,714 more words

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Breaking Bad Retrospective: Caballo Sin Nombre

Well, it looks like the third season of Breaking Bad is going to take a little while to get going. Much in the same vein as the previous installment, “No Mas”, “Caballo Sin Nombre” keeps the status quo for the most part. 1,660 more words

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