Crazy Christmas Spectacular! After Hours
The Breaking Bad-inspired stocking stuffer I made for my dad (who is my Breaking Bad viewing partner).
At the end of this episode, I turned to my dad (whom I always watch Breaking Bad with) and said (like I say after most episodes) “holy crap!” Then, I burst out laughing at my unintentional pun.
It was back to the real world today after a great DragonCon weekend. Now that I’m home and all caught up with Doctor Who and Breaking Bad, I feel safe(r) venturing into the wretched hive of scum and villainy (and proud we are of all of them) that is Tumblr. DragonCon recap and pictures to come so stay tuned.
This was the start of the DragonCon parade, my favorite parade anywhere.
Grade school tee ball versus the New York Yankees. Yours is just some tepid off-brand generic cola. What I'm making is classic Coke.
All right. So, um, if we just waster you right here, right now, leave you in the desert. Then there is no more Coke on the market, right? See how it works? Only us.
Do you really wanna live in a world without Coca-Cola?
Destiny’s Child | Say My Name
The song going through my head during this scene on tonight’s Breaking Bad.
>Heat on Bluray
>a movie about a heist
>where the robbers bring a new guy
>who kills someone without permission
>which starts a chain of events
>that leads to the downfall of the main character
Just because you shot Jesse James, don’t make you Jesse James.
Mike on Breaking Bad
Very few complaints with this year’s nominees. Still no love for Community and Louie seems to get nominated for everything except Best Comedy. Still:
- All the well-deserved Breaking Bad love, including Anna Gunn at last!
- Mad Men once again gets nominated for everything. This year I’m not sure who to root for between this and Breaking Bad.
- Girls and Veep get some recognition.
- Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Martin Freeman are all nominated!
- Downton Abbey looks good in that Best Drama category.
- Not sure whether to root for Sherlock or American Horror Story for Best Miniseries.
- Parks and Recreation is finally getting some more Emmy love (but I wish Nick Offerman would have been nominated).
- 30 Rock continues to get some well-earned praise as well.
- I’m glad Bill Hader is finally being recognized.
- I expected Giancarlo Esposito to be nominated for Guest Star. Instead he’s in Best Supporting Actor. That’s going to make his competition more stiff, but I still think he’s worthy except for maybe Aaron Paul. That Best Supporting Actor category is tough though. I like all those guys. Peter Dinklage, Jared Harris, Jim Carter, and Brendan Coyle are also in there.
- Good to see Mayim Bialik nominated. The guys on Big Bang Theory get all the attention, but the women have greatly improved that show in the last few seasons.
- The Emmys really need to get over their Modern Family infatuation. It hasn’t been justified since their first season.
- I like that Jon Hamm is nominated for 30 Rock in addition to Mad Men. For such a great dramatic actor, that man can be so hilarious.
- Futurama and The Simpsons!
- Jimmy Fallon got nominated for his show and for hosting the second-best episode of SNL this season. Melissa McCarthy is nominated for hosting the best.
- Jason Ritter for Parenthood, though I think the lovely Lauren Graham should have been nominated as well.
- It’s also nice to see Zooey Deschanel and Max Greenfield nominated for New Girl.
Walter White: Gus is dead. We’ve got work to do.
Tonight’s the night, y’all!
Sorry, sometimes I can’t help myself.
Just a few more days…
But at this point, it’s probably more accurate if the characters were done up as Palpatine and Vader.