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Maybe Walter White is not dead!

Interesting interview with Byran Cranston http://tv.msn.com/tv/article.aspx?news=869819


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Oh please let it be true . . . biggrin.gif

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Well since they are about to release the Spanish version of BB called "metastasis" on Univision networks, maybe a publicity stunt?

This series is literally a Spanish clone! even down to the tighty whities!



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I hate to say this on the chance I'll be ripped, but BB ended perfectly .. to bring it back in a thinly disguised money grab would, to me anyway, diminish the show ..
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I hate to say this on the chance I'll be ripped, but BB ended perfectly .. to bring it back in a thinly disguised money grab would, to me anyway, diminish the show ..

And I don't think anybody involved wants to either. Cranston was probably just goofing with that reporter.

They're all very happy with the show, how it ended, and it's justified place in the all-time great television series hierarchy. Nobody is going to want to mess that up.

'24' can come back and do another installment 4 years later, 'The X-Files' can make bad sequel movies, 'Dallas' can resurrect itself decades later. But 'Breaking Bad' isn't them and shouldn't try to be. That would be slumming.
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UNREAL, Walt just sat there while Jane choked to death, AGAIN.
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I think Cranston was having some fun. I don't think Vince Gilligan would want to go back to it, he ended it perfectly and to mess with it again would probably destroy some of the legacy of the show.
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I agree, this is one series that had a great ending and should be left as is but television and/or Hollywood don't have great restraint when it comes to "leaving money on the table". Usually if they feel there is money to be made unfortunately they will find a way.

Here's hoping Walter rests in peace!

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Yesterday BB had some ROOF PIZZA, how come this idea hasn't spread across the U.S yet?

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I agree, this is one series that had a great ending and should be left as is but television and/or Hollywood don't have great restraint when it comes to "leaving money on the table". Usually if they feel there is money to be made unfortunately they will find a way.

Here's hoping Walter rests in peace!

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New 16 Disc BB Blu-Ray set that came out today has a price drop to $ 129.99 on Amazon. Might be today only??
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Really?

Perhaps I misremembered.

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New 16 Disc BB Blu-Ray set that came out today has a price drop to $ 129.99 on Amazon. Might be today only??

Same price listed at Best Buy; no mention of today only.

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Pretty sure my box set is the 15 disc version, I have seen it as low as $89 on ebay. Last I checked was $109.

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I hate to say this on the chance I'll be ripped, but BB ended perfectly .. to bring it back in a thinly disguised money grab would, to me anyway, diminish the show ..
Agree - I just finished the series after ignoring it during it's entire run (anti TV anything am I)
and I have to say, it's completely unique in many respects. The most important is NOT paying off the viewers in typical manner. Obviously, I missed the initial buzz on this series. Little did I know why until I finally decided to explore past the first season.
I jumped through the first 7 epps, but by 2-3 of the second, I was hooked. A 2nd pass is probable.

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Walter White CAN be in Better Call Saul!


http://variety.com/2014/tv/news/brea...on-1201255565/


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Exec producer Peter Gould told The New York Daily News that the timeline for the new AMC series, which has already been renewed for a second season, is flexible.
“One of the great things about having a timeline which is flexible is that perhaps some of it takes place before ‘Breaking Bad,’ during ‘Breaking Bad’ and after ‘Breaking Bad,’” he said. “That gives us the ability to bring back characters that were killed on ‘Breaking Bad.’”
Although he said he wants Cranston’s teacher-turned-meth-master to make appearances on the show, he doesn’t want it to distract from Bob Odenkirk’s standalone storyline as criminal lawyer Saul. "

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Starting Aug 10th on AMC, Breaking Bad is back on. They will be showing the entire series over again on Sundays, they are calling it Breaking bad Binge.

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During the Television Critics’ Association (TCA) Press Tour today, AMC released two new photos from the set of the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, currently in production in Albuquerque, NM. The photos feature series stars Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean.In addition, the network confirmed the line-up of series regulars for Saul, set to premiere in early 2015.



Joining Odenkirk are Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Wiseguy) as “fixer” Mike Erhmantraut, McKean (This is Spinal Tap) as Chuck, Rhea Seehorn (Franklin & Bash, House of Lies) as Kim, Patrick Fabian (Big Love, Grey’s Anatomy) as Hamlin, and Michael Mando (Orphan Black, The Killing) as Nacho — characters that will represent both legitimate and illegitimate sides of the law.


Better Call Saul is the prequel to the award-winning series Breaking Bad. Vince Gilligan and Breaking Bad writer and producer Peter Gould created the show together and serve as co-showrunners of the premiere season. The series is set six years before Saul Goodman (Odenkirk) meets Walter White. When we meet him, the man who will become Saul Goodman is known as Jimmy McGill, a small-time lawyer searching for his destiny, and, more immediately, hustling to make ends meet. Working alongside, and often against, Jimmy is “fixer” Mike Erhmantraut (Banks), a beloved character introduced in Breaking Bad. The series will track Jimmy’s transformation into Saul Goodman, the man who puts “criminal” in “criminal lawyer.” The series’ tone is dramatic, woven through with dark humor.


As previously announced, Breaking Bad creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan directed the first episode of the series, which has already been greenlit for a second season of 13 episodes. The debut season will consist of 10 episodes.


http://blogs.amctv.com/better-call-s...r_breaking_bad

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What would they do if the show tanked the first season?

I guess it's inconceivable
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Hey, has anybody seen the 4K version of Breaking Bad yet? I saw some demo clips at the Sony booth at NAB, and some of the promos had shots from the show. My impression is that Sony's Colorworks division in LA has remastered the series from scratch, rescanning the original 35mm negative in 4K and matching the color to the original HD release. I'm very curious to see how good, bad, or ugly it looks.

My impressions of the first couple of seasons were that it felt "soft" to me, even in HD, but it seemed to improve over time. I'm not sure if that was the DP, the lenses, or the decisions made during the film transfer. By the last couple of years of the show, I think it was one of the best-looking series on the air. I can see it's a challenge to make a dull, brown desert town look visually interesting, but they sure pulled it off. Dark show, too.

I went back and watched the "Train Robbery" episode a few weeks ago, and I was blown away all over again by what a terrific show that was. I think that might be in my Top 10 best TV episodes I've ever seen -- it works on just every possible level. And that ending... jesus. Great show. You can see why the series won 43 Emmys during its run -- and that may increase this year.
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I went back and watched the "Train Robbery" episode a few weeks ago, and I was blown away all over again by what a terrific show that was. I think that might be in my Top 10 best TV episodes I've ever seen -- it works on just every possible level. And that ending... jesus. Great show. You can see why the series won 43 Emmys during its run -- and that may increase this year.
I can't think of any show that I enjoyed more than "Breaking Bad." After many months, just finished re-watching the entire series (on BD, of course), and it was even more enjoyable the second time around, as I was able to pick up on things I missed the first time. The thing that really makes it work for me is that it is (was) obviously so well thought-out. Vince Gilligan has said many times that they were "blessed" by their schedule, in that they had a lot of time to THINK about things, and to flesh out all the details -- something that most TV shows don't get to do. Most shows are pumping out 20+ episodes as fast as they can.

Dunno if you ever listened to them, but there are very insightful podcasts available detailing each episode (starting with season 2). I listened to each one of these right after I watch each episode -- they are hosted by Kelley Dixon (one of the editors) and featured Vince Gilligan in every single one, along with various directors, writers, producers, and other staffers. It really gave great insight into how the show was put together, and they make no secret of the fact that many of things that viewers thought were planned well in advance were actually thought up as they went along, or as they call them, "happy accidents." The one following the train robbery episode (Episode 505 - "Dead Freight") is particularly good. You can find 'em on iTunes (free) or just search for "Breaking Bad Insider Podcast."
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The most remarkable thing to me was finding out that Gilligan changed the final episode as kind of a last wish by a dying fan. Absolutely incredible how it all seemed to fit together seemlessly. It's a really remarkable show.

I avoided watching it for the first few years, because I kept insisting, "I don't want to watch a TV show about a sleazy drug dealer." Only when it started winning so many Emmy awards did I finally have to throw in the towel and say, "OK, I'll try a couple of episodes and see where it goes." And of course, I realized it was a lot more than just a show about a drug dealer.

Gilligan said a long time ago that the show was really about two things: a) a guy who goes from being a mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher to the worst drug dealer in the entire American southwest, and b) characters who make a series of bad decisions that have terrible repercussions. Both basically describe the guts of the show.

About the only thing I expected that they didn't do was, I thought for sure that Walter White's teenage son would get depressed and wound up getting hooked on crystal meth (unbeknownst to him, made by his father), and then overdose and die. The producers say this was considered, and in fact they considered having everybody die except for Walt, but ultimately they went in a different direction. I think where they went worked incredibly well.

Funniest moment in that last show was the moment with the lasers. I won't say anything more except that, to avoid spoiling the surprise.
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I Dunno if you ever listened to them, but there are very insightful podcasts available detailing each episode (starting with season 2). I listened to each one of these right after I watch each episode -- they are hosted by Kelley Dixon (one of the editors) and featured Vince Gilligan in every single one, along with various directors, writers, producers, and other staffers. It really gave great insight into how the show was put together, and they make no secret of the fact that many of things that viewers thought were planned well in advance were actually thought up as they went along, or as they call them, "happy accidents." The one following the train robbery episode (Episode 505 - "Dead Freight") is particularly good. You can find 'em on iTunes (free) or just search for "Breaking Bad Insider Podcast."
BSG also had a companion podcast hosted exclusively by Ronald D. Moore, the showrunner. I was on the road a good bit during that series' run and I got hooked on the podcasts following every show. Incredibly entertaining, perceptive and insightful guy, that Ron Moore. And fascinating to learn, to a degree, how the "sausage was made" in a show that many consider one of the most brilliant in TV history. They "winged" a lot of it too, but they had set it up so carefully in the first season they were able to make those amazing plot turns and reveals seem routine and organic.

Also learned a lot about bourbon and cigars, as he would partake during the podcast taping (which was at his house) and describe his choices at the outset.
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Yo, bitches!!

Stared S1 June 1st and finished the series last night. Glad I waited. The way several seasons ended, and to wait a year would have been an eternity.

The acting across the board was outstanding. I can now appreciate the praise BC has gotten. But Aaron Paul was on his heals. I've never seen anyone summon the ability to cry, and cry with such intensity as he brought to the table. There were times his emotions almost brought me to tears. Mind blowing.

Loved the ending. Couldn't have done it any better.

The transformation in Walt, from a character I initially sympathized with, to one I ultimately despised, was excellent writing and acting. He just kept getting in deeper and deeper. Drove me crazy.

I didn't expect so much humor; more so during the earlier seasons, but it provided the right relief for such a dangerous endeavor. The episode where they were "cooking" in the desert and the battery died was excellent. Some funny stuff.

There's always a bit of sadness when a series ends, especially when you back to back a series, because you come to "know" them. Sad also when you see the destruction of a family that didn't need to be destroyed. But greed will to that to you.
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^^^ .. as a 3 time complete series watcher, I ended up believing it was not greed that motivated Walt .. after the giant pallet load of money, anyway ..


It was power and hubris ..
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^^^ .. as a 3 time complete series watcher, I ended up believing it was not greed that motivated Walt .. after the giant pallet load of money, anyway ..


It was power and hubris ..
And ego as well. He admitted as much near the end. He liked being Heisenberg. And we liked watching him transform. No film or show has ever done it better.
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^^^ .. as a 3 time complete series watcher, I ended up believing it was not greed that motivated Walt .. after the giant pallet load of money, anyway ..


It was power and hubris ..
It ended up being that, and he said as much during his goodbye to Skyler, but money drove him for some time.
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It ended up being that, and he said as much during his goodbye to Skyler, but money drove him for some time.
True .. initially under the "it's for my family" excuse .. 3rd season, Walt wants to quit, has over 9 million in cash, Gus talks him out of it .. I always thought that was the tipping point between "provide for family" and "power and hubris" ..

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