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Tips on How to Effectively End Meetings- Breaking Bad S1E06 Review (Crazy Handful of Nothin')

If you are bored like me and reading up on Season 1 of Breaking Bad almost ten years after it aired, you will likely find that Crazy Handful of Nothin’ is often cited by fans as the episode where Breaking Bad grabbed their full attention and its clear why.   1,467 more words

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Watched: Breaking Bad

*Major spoilers*

Okay, this is more like a re-watch. I saw it when it was on the go first time around, and after proclaiming it one of my favourite series of all time, I decided to see how it held up a few years later. 1,078 more words

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Tips on How to Accept Help From Others - A Breaking Bad Episode Review (Season 1 Episode 5 - Gray Matter)

Breaking Bad has a certain storyline that it promises its viewers.  We expect there to be drug dealing, tense set pieces, and morally questionable actions.  However, based on their current situations, it doesn’t quite make sense for Walt and Jessie to cook meth together again.   1,488 more words

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Tips On How To Avoid Conflict - A Breaking Bad Episode Review (Season 1 Episode 4 - Cancer Man)

Despite the joke in my title, that final scene with Walt blowing up the car was my least favorite part of this episode.  After the very focused tension of the last two episodes, the show did need to step back and identify what the path forward was going to be.   1,191 more words

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AMC Renews 'Better Call Saul' For Fourth Season

Written By: Nick Poulimenakos

Better Call Saul has arguably become AMC’s greatest show since Breaking Bad. The prequel/spin-off, which chronicles the life of Saul Goodman before he got that name, has seen a steady rise in ratings and further critical acclaim as season 3 upped the  164 more words

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Tips On How To Properly Use A Bike Lock - A Breaking Bad Episode Review (Season 1 Episode 3 - ...And the Bag's in the River)

Breaking Bad doesn’t ever take the easy way out. The last episode forced Walt to deal with consequences of his actions rather than speed right to the next action scene. 1,079 more words

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