Last Sunday, “Breaking Bad” — deservedly, by the way — won the Emmy for Best Television Drama, but at least one man was not happy to see such fictional depravity being celebrated. Everyone’s entitled to their opinion, of course, but Gordon Drennan gets at least one thing wrong about the series he admits to never having watched — Jesse Pinkman was never Walter White’s best student. I mean, in the meth lab, yes. In the classroom? No. [via Reddit]
Jesse Pinkman, the former student turned meth-cooking sidekick of Walter White, was originally supposed to die during “Breaking Bad”‘s first season, but has gradually and beautifully evolved into the show’s moral compass. As the show comes to a close this Sunday — and Jesse’s future hangs in the balance — this video looks back at every single, solitary shitty thing poor Jesse has endured during “Breaking Bad”‘s five seasons. Jesse, you’ve had it rough, bitch. [Slate]
This Aaron Paul -approved “Breaking Bad” parody music video, featuring a dead-on impression of Lana Del Rey, is pretty darn perfect. (It also contains spoilers, so don’t watch if you’re one of those weird people who hasn’t caught up with the rest of us real fans, ahem.) Sigh … what are we going to do without this show?! [YouTube]
Here is a Vine shot by someone at Entertainment Weekly, showing Dean Norris — aka Hank Schrader on “Breaking Bad” — getting straight up funky on the dance floor at an Emmys after party. (Click for sound and to play.) But HyperVocal has an amazing set of photos showing the dance off between Dean and “Dancing With The Stars”‘ Derek Hough that you cannot miss.
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this weekend! Keep reading »
First of all, if you don’t follow Aaron Paul on Twitter, you must. He’s lovely and he always live tweets new “Breaking Bad” episodes with the rest of us normals (sigh, only two left). His regular use of the social networking platform has earned him a respectable million plus followers who hang on his every word. One of my favorite things to do is to look at his Twitter responses and find the one person who always – ALWAYS — has something inappropriately sexual and random to say. Click on for some of my favorites.