Relive Five Seasons of ‘Breaking Bad’ in 7 Minutes

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Between returning favorites like Homeland and Eastbound & Down, and promising new shows like Masters of Sex and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, it’s certainly not like there’s any shortage of fun stuff to watch on TV right now. Even so, we can’t help but miss Breaking Bad‘s Heisenberg. We spent five seasons following his journey, after all. The TV landscape feels a bit more empty without him.

Fortunately for those of you suffering from Walt withdrawal, there’s an easy fix. One devoted fan has put together a seven-minute video tribute to the world’s greatest meth cook, covering all five seasons of his epic arc. Check it out after the jump.

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Joanna and Dave chat with Thomas Golubic about the inspiring and sometimes-challenging process choosing and acquiring the music of Breaking Bad. Check out more of Thomas’s work at Super Music Vision and follow them on Twitter and on Facebook.

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at theoneswhoknock.com. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.
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Emmy Nominations

While Albuquerque was always literally on the map, Breaking Bad helped establish it in terms of pop culture. Vince Gilligan‘s show shot on location in the New Mexico city for six years as it continued to gain an audience on AMC, turning Albuquerque into a tourist attraction.

It seems only fitting, then, that in Friday’s edition of local newspaper The ABQ Journal, an obituary ran for a character that didn’t survive the series. If you haven’t seen the finale yet, obviously, this is a big spoiler. Read More »

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Walter White completed his two-year, five-season journey last weekend, but for Walter Blanco, the fun is just beginning. Univision has just offered a first look at Metastasis, its upcoming Spanish-language remake of Breaking Bad.

Diego Trujillo leads as the chemistry teacher-turned-meth cook, while Roberto Urbina, Sandra Reyes, and Julian Arango play the Colombian versions of Jesse, Skyler, and Hank. Check out images of the cast and the first teaser trailer after the jump.

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Minute Walts

Walter White has many looks. We’ve seen him as a normal father, cooking meth, as Heisenberg, and more. To celebrate the end of Breaking Bad, popular artist Olly Moss is giving fans a chance to own not one, but six, different Walts. For the next 24 hours or so, Moss is selling “Minute Walts,” which are small drawings of the popular character in his different outfits. You can buy one, or all six. See them in more detail below. Read More »

Breaking Bad - Felina

The genius of the Breaking Bad finale was that everything that happened in it felt so inevitable, even obvious in retrospect. Of course the ricin was for [spoiler]. Of course [spoiler] got revenge. Of course Walt [spoiler spoiler] in a [spoiler spoiler spoiler].

Yet in the days leading up to that episode, how the show would end was anyone’s guess. And Vince Gilligan is the first to admit that Walt’s path wasn’t always so clear. The writers settled on the conclusion we got only after discussing several other potential outcomes. Hit the jump to see how else Breaking Bad could’ve ended. (Massive spoilers follow, obviously.)

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The Ones Who Knock S5E16 – Felina

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Joanna and Dave discuss the series finale of Breaking Bad, ”Felina.” Be sure to read Joanna’s recap about this episode.

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at theoneswhoknock.com. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.
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Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston

Breaking Bad finished shooting months ago, which means that while the rest of us have been formulating elaborate theories on how the show would end, the cast and crew have just been sitting back and smiling knowingly at our guesses. But there was a time when they didn’t know what to expect, either.

A recently uploaded video shows stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul preparing to read the “Felina” script over a couple of beers at Cranston’s place. “I’m so unbelievably depressed that this is happening right now!” Paul wails at one point. Check out the video after the jump.

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