Well. That was … DARK. Last night’s episode of “Breaking Bad” was one of the most action-packed, upsetting, well-written pieces of television I have ever seen. Shit hit the fan in ways both expected and not. Without giving away any spoilers for those of you who haven’t watched yet — what is wronnnng with you?? — let’s review the seven stage of grief following “Breaking Bad”‘s most traumatizing episode ever, as expressed on Twitter.
Hmm, maybe the affection and loyalty Walt feels for Jesse is of a more … romantic
nature? But who woulda thunk Skyler would be down for a menage a trois
Jimmy Fallon only has six months left as the host of “Late Night” before he takes over at “The Tonight Show,” and he has a lot of work to do. Watch as he brings on a partner, zips up his hazmat suit and starts slinging jokes instead of Walter White’s signature blue meth in this ridiculously spot-on spoof of “Breaking Bad,” featuring cameos from real BB cast members Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris and Bob Odenkirk. [YouTube]
Okay, maybe not the ending of “Breaking Bad” but an ending for “Breaking Bad” — if the actor Dean Norris, who plays Hank Schrader, had his way. It involves a reverse-hair-growing process, a sexy babe, and a talking skateboard, so yeah, we’d totally watch this Hank-created version. Wouldn’t you? [Funny or Die]
I’m afraid Julie and I have been remiss in our Aaron Paul-worshipping duties. Our up-close-and-personal time with Jared Leto yesterday must have distracted us from properly preparing for today’s extra special occasion … Aaron Paul’s 34th birthday! But really, our gratitude for this extremely talented and humble actor — who is seriously killing it in the final season of “Breaking Bad” — is hard to put into words anyway, so we’ll instead leave you with these 34 GIFs … one for every year his hotness has blessed this earth. Keep reading »