EDIT 5/9/2010: New Breaking Bad, Bitches!
This is similar to the "Rate the Last Film You Watched" thread, but this time, it's for TV!
As of 5/1/2010, Breaking Bad, Lost, Mad Men, and et cetera have gained a lot of discussion. This is no flaw, they are all amazing shows and deserve water-cooler style talk. The problem I see here is that we litter this forum with several posts about the same shows over and over and over and over and over and over and over-
My point being, I have created a topic, this thing you are in, where in you can discuss current TV shows. I am doing this in attempt to combine all of the threads out there talking about such shows. You can talk about Breaking Bad's newest episode (poor Hank), the final times of the survivors of LOST (poor Jin and Sun) and so forth here. I'll keep updating the title with the names of shows who just had a new episode, so that you know where to go for discussion.
I'm hoping that this could get stickied like the Rate the Last Film thread, but for now... discuss!
And, ay yo, this place god SPOILERS, DAWG.
Don't come in here expecting spoiler free posts; this is to discuss shit in depth.
Again, this place is for ANY show that is currently airing new episodes; sorry, no rerun stuff... though I have been watching Chappelle's Show every wednesday
I'm RICH, BIYATCH!
Breaking Bad [season 3, episode One Minute]Season 3 so far has been quite interesting, taking a strange turn from the normal... then again, Breaking Bad never really stays put for long. This is the episode that had me thinking "JESUS CHRIST" from the beginning, and never had me uninterested. I constantly feel worse for Hank as he just tries dealing with what's happening, and it's a great turn of the tables, wherein I feel more for Hank than Jesse. That scene with Hank in the elevator? Tragic! Also, it was really well directed. As of now, I just kind of pity Jesse, and have lost a little respect for him. Am I the only one feeling this way? I mean sure, shit has gone way down for him, but his actions are just not justifiable to me; he's taken the wrong turns, I think.
There was a good lack of Skyler here, getting us back to basics of cooking and danger. The action in the episode was excellent. My eyes did not leave the screen one second; anything could've happened really, and shit, that was ridiculously intense and well pulled off. Plus, I'm glad that the twins that the twins are gone... their over-boding horror movie like presence was beginning to piss me off. And yet, I felt for them slightly, due to the quick flashback in the beginning... still... nothing else for me to enjoy there. It is nice to move on.
How things are going to turn out from now, I do not know. But these relationships the characters share have taken so many twists and turns, that I feel that they can't help but go back in some direction they came... unless Hank starts doing crystal meth, while still trying to catch Heisenberg... while smoking his product o.o
I got a list here, bitches.
Only disappointment? STILL. NO. ROOF. PIZZA.
Come on, Walt. Skyler had it coming.
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