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The greatest television program in the history of mankind is no more.

Breaking Bad went off the air for good on September 29, though its influence and its many memorable scenes/moments/quotes/episodes will continue to live on forever.

And the series will also live on and on thanks to the Internet, of course.

How did Hank go out? Did the finale live up to the hype? What kind of cereal did Walt Jr. have for breakfast most often on Season 5? These are the important questions.

And you can now head over to TV Fanatic and have them answered when you watch Breaking Bad online. Enjoy!


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It was all a dream, Breaking Bad fans.

AMC has released an alternate ending to Breaking Bad Season 5, one that invokes both Newhart and Malcolm In the Middle, as Bryan Cranston wakes up as Hal from his former Fox sitcom and babbles about the crazy nightmare he just experienced.

"There was this guy who never spoke, who just rang a bell the whole time," Cranston sayd, adding that Hank looked like "the guy from The Shield" and Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman was "a little guy, a waif, a man-child, [a] kid who always looked like he was wearing his older brother's clothes."

It's totally hilarious and it will be part of the Breaking Bad box set released on November 26. Watch now:

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An awesome photo of Little Jesse and Baby Walt - two kids dressed up as the characters from Breaking Bad - spread rapidly across the web this Halloween week.

It even ended up on the Instagram page of Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse, drawing over 100,000 likes. The kids' mother was not one of those approving.

Breaking Bad Halloween Costumes

In fact, despite being a Breaking Bad fan, the mom of the two boys, ages four months and three years, was shocked and confused as to how the photo got there.

What started out as private family fun shared on Facebook quickly took a turn for the worse, and devolved into attacks on her taste and skills as a parent.

"Come on, what's the kid telling his friends? Hey, I'm a meth dealer for Halloween! Not cool, parents," one blogger wrote, criticizing the (hilarious) image above.

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A faux funeral was held last weekend for Breaking Bad character Walter White in Albuquerque, N.M., and while it raised money for charity, not everyone was pleased.

Walter White Grave

Over 200 fans paid respects to the man who "brought people into Albuquerque, brought attention into Albuquerque, and brought money into Albuquerque."

The funeral, put together by Breaking Bad fans, raised $17,000 for a local charity, with mourners making donations to shovel dirt onto Walt's (empty) coffin.

Family members of actual people buried at Sunset Memorial Park, weren't happy, though, given that the coffin, grave site and headstone are all real.

"My son is buried just about 15 yards from where the makeshift grave site is," says one upset father. "This is a place of mourning. It’s not a spectacle."

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Bryan Cranston has three Emmy Awards on his mantel.

But it may end up being a framed letter that becomes the actor's most prized possession.

Two weeks after the Breaking Bad finale that rocked the television universe, Cranston received a written message from Sir Anthony Hopkins that gave the AMC show, its crew and its cast the highest of praise.

It also said Cranston put on the "best acting" Hopkins has ever seen.

And this man has seen some acting in his time!

Scroll down to read the full letter from the Academy Award-winning legend:

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Walter White's death on Sunday's Breaking Bad finale has been immortalized by his hometown Albuquerque Journal, which ran an obituary for the character.

The photo chosen is from his pre-Heisenberg days. No hat:

Walter White Obituary

Walt is listed as co-founder of Gray Matter - which ended up being a key plot point -  and died from a "long battle with lung cancer, and a gunshot wound."

Skyler, meanwhile, apparently dropped the White surname.

In lieu of flowers for the fallen meth kingpin, the notice of his death says "donations can be made to a drug abuse prevention charity of your choice."

The Albuquerque Journal says the obituary for the iconic TV character was designed, written and paid for by a group of die-hard Breaking Bad fans.

That's awesome.

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It should satisfy the enormous ego of Walter White to know that he went out in a blaze of record-setting glory.

The series finale of Breaking Bad - which ended with Walt freeing Jesse, killing a lot of Neo-Nazis and passing away from a gunshot wound inside a meth lab - shattered series ratings on AMC, garnering 10.3 million overall viewers.

That's an astounding 300% increase over last year's finale, with 6.7 million of those viewers residing in the advertiser-friendly demographic of 18-49-year olds.

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Hey, did you hear that Breaking Bad ended last night?

No, really, in case you've been residing under a rock for the past few weeks, the AMC drama aired its series finale on Sunday, an episode as hyped and as promoted as any in recent memory.

Did it live up to expectations? Decide for yourself and grade the episode now.

Did it nearly break the Internet? Yes, as lay people and famous folks around the country Tweeted up a storm in reaction to "Felina." Check out the following video now for some celebrity reaction and then scroll down for more...

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The Breaking Bad finale has come and gone, and there were relatively few unanswered questions left in its wake, at least in terms of plot points.

No one can say they were let down by this ending in terms of its finality. No Lost or Sopranos ambiguity here. At all. Bad was pretty much all tied up.

WARNING: If you haven't seen it, major spoilers below ...

Breaking Bad Series Finale Scene

Walt came home from the Granite State (Live Free or Die), ingeniously worked his way into Uncle Jack's compound and rigged a machine gun to kill his crew.

He ended up taking a bullet himself during that elaborate stunt, fittingly bleeding out by his own hand. But not before he found some level of redemption.

Walt used the Ricin on Lydia, a substitute for her beloved sweetener. How, logistically, did he pull that off? We're left guessing there. But it happened.

He freed poor Jesse, who we saw in a flashback crafting and caressing the wooden box he once spoke of fondly in therapy, from slavery under Todd.

He even, at least to a degree, made up with Skyler.

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Breaking Bad may now be over, but the debate rages on.

With Walter White accidentally taking his own life on the finale of this iconic AMC drama, the journey of a high school chemistry teacher from mild mannered husband and father to narcissistic, murder drug lord is complete.

Was it the best finale in TV history? Probably not. The best final season in TV history? It would be difficult to argue otherwise.

But where does Breaking Bad stand when compared to other memorable shows on the small screen?

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