by Hilton Hater at . Comments

It's sad but true: All Bad things must come to an end.

And that end will take place next Sunday night at 9 p.m. on AMC, as  the sad/violent/disturbing/emotional/totally amazing journey of Walter White wraps up on the series finale of Breaking Bad.

Will the man former Meth maker meet his own Maker on the concluding episode? Will he save Jesse? Take down Uncle Jack? Appear on Charlie Rose to defend himself?

Following a quietly intense penultimate installment, truly anything is fair game at this point. Watch the official trailer for the finale and then answer the poll question below:

Do you want Walter White to die on the Breaking Bad finale?

 

by Free Britney at . Comments

Aaron Paul made quite an impression on the Emmy Awards' red carpet, photobombing Bryan Cranston and gushing about his wife Lauren Parsekian.

Check out the 34-year-old creeping behind his Breaking Bad co-star and good friend, making some funny faces and one of the viral highlights of the event:

  • Aaron Paul Photo Bomb
  • Aaron Paul Photobomb

Last night's episode (see TV Fanatic's terrific Breaking Bad review) was the second-to-last for the iconic AMC drama, but for Paul, the best part of life has just begun.

The actor and his wife Lauren Parsekian, who said "I do" in May, also turned heads last night. Namely because, well, Aaron Paul's wife is not unattractive.

"I'm the luckiest guy on the planet," Paul told E! News. "I've been calling her my wife even before we started dating, so now it sounds more appropriate."

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Breaking Bad took viewers to New Hampshire this week - and it also showcased a new side to Walter White.

He's emaciated, he's no longer in control and, for the first time in ages, he's simply... defeated.

Yes, in the wake of the craziest episode ever, AMC aired one of the quietest, as fans spent a lot of time with a Walter White we hardly recognized.

The pork pie hat? Nothing but wall decoration. The money meant to represent his one-time fortune? Used as a bribe for mere companionship. The bald head? The menacing goatee? Gone and gone.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Breaking Bad's third-to-last episode, "Ozymandias," was teased by creator Vince Gilligan as the show's best to date, and it certainly did not lack for drama.

Was it the show's high water mark? That depends on your perspective, but it's hard to imagine TV getting any more electrifying than Sunday night.

Every time you thought things couldn't get any worse, they did, as Breaking Bad continues to find new ways to become mind-numbingly devastating.

Have you ever watched TV and literally gasped out loud, mouthed "holy s--t" to yourself, held your hands to your mouth or sat on the edge of your seat?

This would be the occasion.

Once your stomach settles and blood pressure falls, let's break down where things stand with just two installments left of the greatest show of our time.

MAJOR spoilers below ...

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