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5 Reasons We didn’t like the Breaking Bad Finale
We’d like to start off by saying that we are HUGE Breaking Bad fans. We’ve been there since the first use of the word “Bitch” and have enjoyed all the blue candy created throughout the seasons. That being said, we are sad to say, we were disappointed with the the last Episode. Below are reasons, please don’t hate us.
Memorable Phrases are MIA
This is the LAST EPISODE! We want to repeat lines the next morning that will send shivers down our spine like the moment Walt ferociously told Hank to “Tread Lightly.” The closest thing we got was when Walt confessed that he “liked” his Heisenberg reign and didn’t do it for his family but in fact for himself.
Cookie Cutter Ending
Its as if the writers went down a laundry list to appease everyone’s hopes of the way the show would end.
1) Revenge on the Skinheads CHECK
2) Gruesome death for Todd CHECK
3) Ricin used CHECK
4) Jesse lives CHECK
5) Walt dies CHECK
6) Skyler continues to be a b*tch CHECK
Plot Twists are MIA
We agree that plot twists are not essential to any storyline, but with the reputation that Breaking Bad has built to keep us on the edge of our seats, at least one small M Night Shamylanesque twist would have been nice. 6th sense twist, not his other movies, those were all terrible. Some plot twists we would have liked? How about Skyler turned out not to be a b*tch after all, Saul marries Marie, and the junkie that Jessie banged finds Jesus.
Yeah, we are so desensitized that we want an immensely entertaining/poetic death. As cool as a remote control machine gun is, there was no personal touch to their death. Walt used his superior knowledge of Chemistry to blow half of Tuco’s building to pieces and decides to go McGuyver on the skinheads. Todd’s death was well deserved but perhaps being dissolved in some acid would have been some poetic justice. As to Walt, we did enjoy the fact that he died doing what he loved, which was his love for science. But how cool would it have been if he started one last batch of blue candy before he kicked it. Imagine the last scene you see is him topple over to the ground while he’s testing the purity level and the image you see is his best batch EVER, thats right, 100 PERCENT PURITY. Screen goes black, “Executive Producer…etc. etc.”
Okay, I’m sure no one expected her to die, but is there anyone that was really rooting for her? She is as unlikeable as The Walking Dead’s Andrea, and we all know what happened to her.
Although we didn’t get the ultimate ending we craved, it was still a hell of a ride, thank you for all the wonderful moments Breaking Bad, you will be missed. BITCH