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Originally posted 09/30/2013 10:00AM
One last cook.
On Sunday, Breaking Bad ended its six-series run with an explosive series finale, "Felina."
Fans crowded around couches, dressed up like Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), and tried their hardest to replicate that trademark blue the series has become synonymous with in cupcakes, candies and more.
Here's how you and some famous fans said goodbye:
Originally posted 09/30/2013 07:20AM
As we headed into Breaking Bad's finale Sunday night on AMC, the question wasn't whether it would end badly, but how badly.
SPOILER ALERT: Several plot developments revealed here.
Originally posted 09/29/2013 12:00PM
As everyone looks forward to (and simultaneously dreads) Sunday's Breaking Bad finale, cast members are cleverly revealing what they can about the conclusion of the hit series. And it isn't much.
"I love the way it ended. The ending was an inevitable outcome," RJ Mitte, who plays Walt Jr. (a.k.a., Flynn), on the AMC show, during an interview with Take Part Live. "The way the family winds up, it's a real-life ending. It's not make believe."
He goes on to add, "It could be a happy ending ... there's so much. You have no idea."
Originally posted 09/25/2013 04:30PM
There's another familiar face returning to How I Met Your Mother!
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston will reprise his role as Ted Mosby's boss, Hammond Druthers, in an upcoming episode this season.
The actor, whose own AMC drama is set to conclude this weekend, previously appeared on the show in 2006 and 2007, where he served as Ted's superior at an architecture firm.
Though it remains to be seen in what capacity Ted (Josh Radnor) will have a run-in with his former foe, he is not the last guest star to cameo on the show for its final season.
Originally posted 09/23/2013 08:30PM
How surprised was Jeff Daniels to win his first Emmy?
"I heard my name, and I go, 'Oh, that's what it sounds like when you win,' " Daniels, who won for his lead role as the self-righteous anchor Will McAvoy on The Newsroom, told reporters at HBO's afterparty on the Plaza of the Pacific Design Center, Sunday. "You hear your name just like that. 'Well, I won!' "
Going into the ceremony, the favorite appeared to be Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, who had won for the past three years. When Daniels's name was announced instead, reported The New York Times, "There were audible gasps of 'Whoa!' and 'What?' in the auditorium."
Originally posted 09/23/2013 03:00PM
Late into the 65th annual Emmys ceremony Sunday on CBS, host Neil Patrick Harris announced: "No one in America is winning their Emmy office pool."
If you did happen to win, you should consider a career in statistical forecasting. The awards were all over the place.
Of the night's many surprises, the biggest was in the category of best actor. Academy voters for once decided not to give the prize to Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston – but instead of rewarding Mad Men's Jon Hamm, the perennial also-ran, they chose Jeff Daniels of HBO's The Newsroom. Perhaps they concluded that Hamm is already lousy with nominations, and handsome as the devil, and that should hold him. Daniels is a fine actor, as you'll discover if you catch just about any of his many performances of the past three decades, but The Newsroom's first season was a pounding surf of angry, righteous yammering. Oh well.
Here's what else the Emmys got right and wrong:
Originally posted 09/22/2013 10:35PM
There are a lot of reasons to love Aaron Paul: he's the charismatic star of Breaking Bad; he likes to reward his fans; he's adorable. But as if the actor didn't already have us firmly in his corner, Paul rocked the red carpet at the 2013 Emmy Awards, and showed even the seasoned veterans how it's done.
Originally posted 09/22/2013 04:45PM
A pair of tighty whities from Bryan Cranston's Walter White? Why not!
Memorabilia from the hit show Breaking Bad will be up for auction starting Sept. 29, the day that the AMC drama's series finale airs, USA Today reports.
Originally posted 09/12/2013 12:05PM
Originally posted 08/28/2013 01:00PM
Is Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston about to get even "badder" in his next role?
The Emmy-winning actor, 57, is rumored to have been cast as Lex Luthor, Superman's evil nemesis, in the much-discussed 2015 sequel to this summer's Man of Steel, according to information first published by Cosmic Book News.
Cranston and studio Warner Bros. have not commented on any reports.
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