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Breaking Bad and Eastbound & Down
Never one to resist the sweet teat of getting high, Kenny Powers spends some free time on the road during the off-season to score some of the amazing blue meth everyone’s been raving about over in New Mexico. Before long, he finds himself owing a scary, ruthless drug dealer simply known as “Heisenberg” a few hundred grand.
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I made Breaking Bad valentines because I couldn’t find any that expressed my love for my friends and the show.
We’re still waiting on a Ted Beneke card, but it’s probably just in the mail.
Presenting the official TWoP gingerbread man: Breaking Bad's Walter White, complete with blue meth samples.
Our face when reading the Best Television Series - Drama Golden Globes nominees:
Our face when reading the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama Golden Globes nominees:
Hardest Berry to Swallow
Walt is definitely a master at manipulating Jesse, but it was a little too difficult to believe that Mr. White would have the time to feed Brock lilies of the valley between packing up his family and laughing manically in his own crawl space. Saul must have been involved, but at what point did he inform Walt of how important Brock is to Jesse, get his bodyguard to pick Jesse’s pocket, tamper with his cigarettes and then replace them seamlessly? How did Walt know that Brock’s doctors would be completely stumped about the kid’s illness? And that Jesse would come to his apartment (unarmed, no less, while Walt had a gun handy for him to use) to threaten but not kill him? And is Walt so brilliant of a botanist that he knows which plants only temporarily poison children? As much as we loved the twist, we’re calling BS unless Jesse remembers that missing ricin cigarette in the first minute of Season 5.
Worst Place to Party
Don Eladio’s, by far: At worst, you’ll be poisoned and killed; at second worst, you’ll have to watch your best friend (and maybe lover?) get murdered; at best, you’ll have to swim in the pool after Hector pees in it.