Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Teacher, Mar 11, 2010.
What is your definition of good tv, why?
Nothing we mere mortals have ever heard of.
Yeah so you Dish Network people are going to be S.O.L.
Just finished season 4, this show is awesome but they did not leave it very open ended at the end. Fring is dead (half a face was wild). My thoughts are that now the cat and mouse game between walt and hank will continue.
It's far MORE open now that Gus is dead. There are tons of possibilities regarding Walt's "professional" future, Hank's position and involvement, Walt and Jesse's relationship, where (and if) Mike fits in to all of this, Skylar's continued involvement, Skylar and Walt's relationship, how the cartels will respond, etc. If Gus were still around, things would have had to continue down that path.
Yes, it's good they got rid of Gus before the last season.
this has to be the most idiotic thing i have ever read,its called plot.
WHY is one of those guys that can not enjoy anything in life because he thinks he is intelectually above it, what a sad lonely existence you must lead being held prisoner by your own big brain.
Frenchy, we've had our differences before. However, I'm a humanist and a great believer in second (and third) chances. And all I can say is .
I could understand someone hating on a show like Weeds given it's similarities to Breaking Bad but at the same time it being absolutely unrealistic and simple, but I really can't fathom how ANYBODY could dislike Breaking Bad. I think it's THAT good of a show.
Teach, you make good points. I suppose I'm crazy to assume he closes up shop, rather he will find a new distributor.
Breaking Bad is one of those shows that everyone I know who watches it loves, and I am friends witha lot film/tv snobs.
i know far too many people like this. and i fucking hate them.
From the BB website:
"As we approach the new season of "Breaking Bad," to celebrate and honor a show truly kept alive by its fan community, 16 of the top artists and graphic designers have been commissioned to create screenprints depicting some of the series' most memorable scenes, characters and shocking moments. These screenprints are hand-pulled, each its own individual work of art, in an edition of just 300, with only 200 available to the public through this project. Once the edition is sold out, they will never be printed again."
Some of the better ones:
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