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10-19-2012, 03:42 PM
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Crawl space scene is my favorite moment in all of TV, and maybe movies. So chilling, it resonates.
At first I was so confused... I was like why laugh? Then I sort of started thinking "what else can he do... he realized he's royally ****ed." Then when Skyler's walking away and it's only getting louder you realize how much he's just thinking "well, this is it." Crazy. I'm having some buddies over for a poker night tonight so I doubt I will watch any tonight but tomorrow I'll probably watch a few episodes at least.

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At first I was so confused... I was like why laugh? Then I sort of started thinking "what else can he do... he realized he's royally ****ed." Then when Skyler's walking away and it's only getting louder you realize how much he's just thinking "well, this is it." Crazy. I'm having some buddies over for a poker night tonight so I doubt I will watch any tonight but tomorrow I'll probably watch a few episodes at least.
Yeah he cracked, the fact that it was Ted who ****ed him was the breaking point.

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10-19-2012, 07:55 PM
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I got my friend into the show a bit ago, and he's on the last 3 episodes of season 4. I told him that he had to watch it with me, just so I could see his reaction. He's on his way over, and I honestly am very excited to re-watch these.

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10-20-2012, 12:28 PM
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Hooooooooly ****, just finishing the 2nd last episode... it's about to get all YEAH SCIENCE up in this *****.



Not sure what to think of Walt telling Jesse he didn't poison the kid. I'm curious about finding out how this turns out. How did Gus not get in his car? What the hell!?

OH ****!!! Holy **** that was badass. At first I was like "how the hell did Gus just survive tha-- OH ****!!!" Wow. I'm not done the episode yet but that was crazy. I thought he was gonna blow up the entire hospital but I'm glad it was just the room.

WHAT?! That actual ending. Holy ****.

Starting season 5... whoa, Walt with hair and new glasses. WTF!


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10-22-2012, 08:10 AM
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Haha I saw the episode I first saw (with Bonfire playing) where they get the new cars. Made so much more sense now especially since I had been trying to remember if that scene with Lydia in the office was something I saw at the beginning or if it was from that one season 5 episode I saw.

I finished the episode where they rob the train. YEAH SCIENCE! til that ending... when what's his name aces the kid. I was trying to figure out what the point of that kid was at the beginning. I initially thought while riding his bike at the beginning, he'd find some evidence from Jesse/Walt's first cook out in the desert or something.

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10-22-2012, 08:38 PM
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Slow down man

You're almost in the agonizing wait with the rest of us.

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10-23-2012, 08:15 AM
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Slow down man

You're almost in the agonizing wait with the rest of us.
Well to make you feel better, I watched 0 episodes last night I'm at the point where I see the light at the end of the tunnel and just wanna get through. What an amazing show though.

OMG, MIKE! NOOOOOOOOOOOO!


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10-23-2012, 09:09 PM
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It is finished. Wow. That is the perfect place for a season finale... but I got into this show one year too early... should have waited until it was all done now I just wanna know!

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Breaking bad themed Mythbusters is happening

http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/11/...thbusters-test

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Just burned through all four and a half seasons in less than a couple of months. Another show I never would have known was a thing if not for HF (I found Chuck the same way).

Awesome television

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Just burned through all four and a half seasons in less than a couple of months. Another show I never would have known was a thing if not for HF (I found Chuck the same way).

Awesome television
I, as well.

Not only had I heard about it before though, I'd also heard it was amazing but just didn't feel like getting into something late but then decided to anyways and absolutely loved it. Can't wait for next summer now...

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For those of who you have never seen the videos of Breaking Bad cut as sitcom:




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I, as well.

Not only had I heard about it before though, I'd also heard it was amazing but just didn't feel like getting into something late but then decided to anyways and absolutely loved it. Can't wait for next summer now...
Same here. I like waiting though so you have a bunch of episodes to burn through and it feels like a giant movie.

Over the last 3 weeks the Mrs and I have started watching it. We're up to episode 2 of season 5. Almsot there with you guys

Best show going, period.

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Same here. I like waiting though so you have a bunch of episodes to burn through and it feels like a giant movie.

Over the last 3 weeks the Mrs and I have started watching it. We're up to episode 2 of season 5. Almsot there with you guys

Best show going, period.
It was for sure an immense month or however long it took me to watch them all. Every day after work had purpose suddenly

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11-12-2012, 09:13 AM
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It was for sure an immense month or however long it took me to watch them all. Every day after work had purpose suddenly
I think we did it in just over 3 weeks. We tried not to watch too many episodes, but there were so many points were you'd go "OMG!!!" and then you'd have to watch the next one.

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I think we did it in just over 3 weeks. We tried not to watch too many episodes, but there were so many points were you'd go "OMG!!!" and then you'd have to watch the next one.
Then that "next one" turns into your entire Saturday I had that happen a few times.

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11-14-2012, 01:41 PM
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Anyone have any show suggestions to pass the time?

Something that has at least a few seasons.

I think I'm going to try out Dexter next. I've seen the first season and theres enough episodes to go through now.

Thinking about watching Homeland also.

Any other good shows out there?

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Anyone have any show suggestions to pass the time?

Something that has at least a few seasons.

I think I'm going to try out Dexter next. I've seen the first season and theres enough episodes to go through now.

Thinking about watching Homeland also.

Any other good shows out there?
I'm a hardcore BB fan (started watching premieres live in the start of Season 2), and I just started watching Homeland last Friday night and I'm already caught up. Really great show, really solid writing and very intense/suspenseful. Not quite the BB level IMO, but still a good option. I'd give it a shot.

FWIW, I wasn't too impressed with Dexter at all.

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^ I know what you mean. I've seen Dexter, but have never really felt an urge to watch it.

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Anyone have any show suggestions to pass the time?

Something that has at least a few seasons.

I think I'm going to try out Dexter next. I've seen the first season and theres enough episodes to go through now.

Thinking about watching Homeland also.

Any other good shows out there?
Hunted, The Shadow Line, Luther, Sherlock, Elementary, and Suits

Oops all those shows don't have at least a few seasons...

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Hunted, The Shadow Line, Luther, Sherlock, Elementary, and Suits

Oops all those shows don't have at least a few seasons...
Is Sherlock the modern british version one that only has like 8 episodes?

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Is Sherlock the modern british version one that only has like 8 episodes?
Yeah but each episode is an hour and half long so it's like watching a movie instead of TV show. But it is absolutely brilliant.

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Yeah but each episode is an hour and half long so it's like watching a movie instead of TV show. But it is absolutely brilliant.
My grandmother is a huge british television fan and I happened to be over when she was watching the Hounds of Baskerville episode and I couldn't turn away. I ended up staying way later then I was supposed to.

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My grandmother is a huge british television fan and I happened to be over when she was watching the Hounds of Baskerville episode and I couldn't turn away. I ended up staying way later then I was supposed to.
I freaking love British television compared to American shows, there's just something about them that I love. And yes, Sherlock is just a masterpiece and everyone should watch it if you have a chance. If you love Sherlock, you'll also love Luther, starring Idris Elba.

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