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2013-09-30 08:30:31 PM  

Carth: There has never been a television program that "most people" watched live


Well, the finale for M.A.S.H. was supposedly watched by 60% of all households, so that counts as most.

Nothing else tops 50%, though, and virtually every single one of the top ranking episodes as far as total viewership is concerned are from before the year 2000, before the Internet, Netflix, DVD having eight trillion channels and other factors changed the way we watch TV.

The fact that some AMC show raked in over 10 million viewers is pretty amazing, especially considering it wasn't exactly burning up the ratings not too long ago.
 
2013-09-30 08:33:02 PM  

gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.


It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?
 
2013-09-30 08:34:33 PM  

gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.


And by the way, the media started it with all this overblown coverage. They're the ones who think a TV show that most of the country hasn't watched is "really, really important".
 
2013-09-30 08:34:57 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?


I assumed  you were just trolling for giggles. Damn, were you being serious? If so, you must be new to the world of pop culture.
 
2013-09-30 08:39:10 PM  

shoegaze99: Carth: There has never been a television program that "most people" watched live

Well, the finale for M.A.S.H. was supposedly watched by 60% of all households, so that counts as most.

Nothing else tops 50%, though, and virtually every single one of the top ranking episodes as far as total viewership is concerned are from before the year 2000, before the Internet, Netflix, DVD having eight trillion channels and other factors changed the way we watch TV.

The fact that some AMC show raked in over 10 million viewers is pretty amazing, especially considering it wasn't exactly burning up the ratings not too long ago.


Fair enough I was thinking in the whole world not just US. World Cup games probably have the highest ratings.
 
2013-09-30 08:39:25 PM  

Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

I assumed  you were just trolling for giggles. Damn, were you being serious? If so, you must be new to the world of pop culture.


ok, this got a snicker out of me
 
2013-09-30 08:40:29 PM  

Carth: shoegaze99: Carth: There has never been a television program that "most people" watched live

Well, the finale for M.A.S.H. was supposedly watched by 60% of all households, so that counts as most.

Nothing else tops 50%, though, and virtually every single one of the top ranking episodes as far as total viewership is concerned are from before the year 2000, before the Internet, Netflix, DVD having eight trillion channels and other factors changed the way we watch TV.

The fact that some AMC show raked in over 10 million viewers is pretty amazing, especially considering it wasn't exactly burning up the ratings not too long ago.

Fair enough I was thinking in the whole world not just US. World Cup games probably have the highest ratings.


Probably the Olympics
 
2013-09-30 08:43:48 PM  

libranoelrose: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

I assumed  you were just trolling for giggles. Damn, were you being serious? If so, you must be new to the world of pop culture.

ok, this got a snicker out of me


THAT made you laugh? You must have low standards. Not unlike the media that has multiple orgasms over this silly show that most of the country doesn't watch.
 
2013-09-30 08:44:25 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.

And by the way, the media started it with all this overblown coverage. They're the ones who think a TV show that most of the country hasn't watched is "really, really important".


You're done here, troll.
 
2013-09-30 08:46:02 PM  
Too bad Walt had to catch that ricochet.

I now have very little reason to watch teevee.
 
2013-09-30 08:49:26 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.

It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?


It's just that your pants-wetting "stop liking what I don't like" rants have gone from being funny to making me genuinely concerned over your well being. Really, dude. You need to relax and focus on something else. No TV show is worth this much aggravation.
 
2013-09-30 08:51:19 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: libranoelrose: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

I assumed  you were just trolling for giggles. Damn, were you being serious? If so, you must be new to the world of pop culture.

ok, this got a snicker out of me

THAT made you laugh? You must have low standards. Not unlike the media that has multiple orgasms over this silly show that most of the country doesn't watch.


I was talking about your exquisite troll, lighten up Frances
 
2013-09-30 08:54:02 PM  

gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.

It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

It's just that your pants-wetting "stop liking what I don't like" rants have gone from being funny to making me genuinely concerned over your well being. Really, dude. You need to relax and focus on something else. No TV show is worth this much aggravation.


No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!
 
2013-09-30 08:57:30 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.

It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

It's just that your pants-wetting "stop liking what I don't like" rants have gone from being funny to making me genuinely concerned over your well being. Really, dude. You need to relax and focus on something else. No TV show is worth this much aggravation.

No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!



I think we just found the Fark handle of the guy who created Low Winter Sun.
 
2013-09-30 09:00:03 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!


I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.
 
2013-09-30 09:02:33 PM  

Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.


Where are you getting that I've spent "hours" in here? I've spent five minutes tops posting here.
 
2013-09-30 09:02:38 PM  

Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.


trolls trolling trolls trolling trolls

img.fark.net
 
2013-09-30 09:28:02 PM  

DamnYankees: Confabulat: The show has always assumed you can put together the pieces, you know. It would have been lame to actually show Walter poisoning the Stevia.

I actually thought it was sort of lame that they tipped it off as much as they did - the anvillicious shot of her putting in the Stevia, and him telling her on the phone. All we needed to see was her sick on the phone; no need to mention anything else.


I don't think that was the point. I think Walt needed her to know that he was the reason she was going to die.
 
2013-09-30 09:33:36 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.

Where are you getting that I've spent "hours" in here? I've spent five minutes tops posting here.


Damnit, man, you forgot about the liberals and commies again!  That spiel was so good when you first brought it out, man, you should've kept to it.  It was really compelling stuff.
 
2013-09-30 09:38:21 PM  

Hoboclown: Where is the money? Who finds it? Who gets to keep it?
Who really cares? If the Nazis left it at the compound then the DEA gets it. If they buried it somewhere else it'll probably stay there forever.


Didnt' you read? they buried $20million from the show in the desert so they can keep the legend of the "Heisenberg Stash" alive for years until/unless someone finds it.
 
2013-09-30 09:40:57 PM  

taxandspend: HotIgneous Intruder: Too bad Walt had to catch that ricochet.

I now have very little reason to watch teevee.

I have to rewatch that scene because upon first glance it seemed impossible for him to get shot there without either Jesse getting hit or it going throw his back.


I thought it was either a ricochet or shrapnel, not necessarily a direct hit from a bullet.
 
2013-09-30 09:46:50 PM  

Sandor at the Zoo: B.L.Z. Bub: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.

Where are you getting that I've spent "hours" in here? I've spent five minutes tops posting here.

Damnit, man, you forgot about the liberals and commies again!  That spiel was so good when you first brought it out, man, you should've kept to it.  It was really compelling stuff.


In other news, left-wing socialists are so bad at sarcasm that people with Asperger's can recognize it.
 
2013-09-30 09:51:51 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: It's precisely this type of overhyped, breathless article that made me never watch the show to begin with.


I hear ya, dude, I never watch serial TV.  Last show I "had to watch"  was Seinfeld.  And "The Sopranos" for a while.  But this one hooked me.  Absolutely superb.
 
2013-09-30 09:54:27 PM  

rugman11: ricochet or shrapnel, not necessarily a direct hit from a bullet.


Seems like it would have to have been.

Getting punched in the gut with a 7.62 round seems like it would bleed a guy out quicker than that.

Then again he was all hopped up on goofballs to he might have been able to just zombie through it all until the end.
 
2013-09-30 09:56:15 PM  

violentsalvation: cameroncrazy1984: It's precisely this type of overhyped, breathless article that made me never watch the show to begin with.

Give it a shot. Everyone I've convinced to watch the show has become a huge fan. It just delivers and twists and leaves you going HOLY FARK. It is amazing television.


Yes.

For once, the "over-hyped" charge does not apply.  I rarely get hooked on a TV show.
 
2013-09-30 09:59:49 PM  

rugman11: taxandspend: HotIgneous Intruder: Too bad Walt had to catch that ricochet.

I now have very little reason to watch teevee.

I have to rewatch that scene because upon first glance it seemed impossible for him to get shot there without either Jesse getting hit or it going throw his back.

I thought it was either a ricochet or shrapnel, not necessarily a direct hit from a bullet.


I've just rewatched the scene. You hear the sound of a ricochet followed by Walter gasping.
 
2013-09-30 10:22:27 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: Sandor at the Zoo: B.L.Z. Bub: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.

Where are you getting that I've spent "hours" in here? I've spent five minutes tops posting here.

Damnit, man, you forgot about the liberals and commies again!  That spiel was so good when you first brought it out, man, you should've kept to it.  It was really compelling stuff.

In other news, left-wing socialists are so bad at sarcasm that people with Asperger's can recognize it.


There you go, buddy.  You gotta play the hits if you wanna put butts in seats.
 
2013-09-30 10:45:04 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.


Name one thing that falls under "cultural phenomenon" by your definition.  I don't think even the flippin Bible would rate under your definition.

/Case closed.
 
2013-09-30 10:46:52 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: Confabulat: B.L.Z. Bub: No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!

I dunno, seems like it's more of a life to post in a thread about things you like than spend hours posting in a thread about things you don't.

Where are you getting that I've spent "hours" in here? I've spent five minutes tops posting here.


5 wasted minutes.  Go pee in someone else's cereal.
 
2013-09-30 10:49:04 PM  

Oysterman: Other than maybe Six Feet Under, finales are rarely the best episode.


Ever notice that people completely forget that SFU draggedfor all of season three and pretty much the entire second half of season 5?  If that finale hadn't been so spot on, the show would have been good, but not nearly as memorable as people make it out to be.
 
2013-09-30 11:11:10 PM  

taxandspend: gunga galunga: rugman11: taxandspend: HotIgneous Intruder: Too bad Walt had to catch that ricochet.

I now have very little reason to watch teevee.

I have to rewatch that scene because upon first glance it seemed impossible for him to get shot there without either Jesse getting hit or it going throw his back.

I thought it was either a ricochet or shrapnel, not necessarily a direct hit from a bullet.

I've just rewatched the scene. You hear the sound of a ricochet followed by Walter gasping.

I was never confused about it being a ricochet. My question was about the position of his body on top of Jesse and the entrance point of the bullet.


Have you never opened a paper envelope and tried to close it back up?
 
2013-09-30 11:19:52 PM  

LrdPhoenix: DamnYankees: Confabulat: Lydia and Walt ALWAYS sat at that table at 10 AM.

She sat at a different table LAST WEEK! Seriously - just last week when she met Todd, they both sat at tables next to the window. The table in tonight's episode was a different table, not next to the window. I literally watched both episodes today, so unless I'm hallucinating, you're wrong.

No, it's the same table.  You can watch her walk in and sit down by the window at the same table as always at the start of the scene.  They just shot it from the opposite side of the table than they usually do, so that rather than looking out, you're looking in and can see Walt come and sit.


Yep, I thought it was a different table at first as well, but after watching the episode again, I saw that it was the same table by the window.  Used a different camera angle to accommodate three people and it made it seem like it was a different table.
 
2013-09-30 11:23:33 PM  

Pumpernickel bread: Yep, I thought it was a different table at first as well, but after watching the episode again, I saw that it was the same table by the window. Used a different camera angle to accommodate three people and it made it seem like it was a different table.


Vince Glligan is a farking master of TV slight of hand
 
2013-09-30 11:27:21 PM  

Transubstantive: elchip: Walt won.  Which I didn't find very satisfying, considering everything he's done.  I wanted to see the type of ruination that I had been expecting based on the way The Shield ended up.

Walt didn't win, Heisenberg won.


Except Vic didn't suffer ruination in the Shield.  Everyone around him did, but him taking the gun before he left the desk suggested he was going to be the same old Vic.
 
2013-09-30 11:44:46 PM  

Pumpernickel bread: Transubstantive: elchip: Walt won.  Which I didn't find very satisfying, considering everything he's done.  I wanted to see the type of ruination that I had been expecting based on the way The Shield ended up.

Walt didn't win, Heisenberg won.

Except Vic didn't suffer ruination in the Shield.  Everyone around him did, but him taking the gun before he left the desk suggested he was going to be the same old Vic.


After reading these Breaking Bad threads, and hearing how great the Shield was I was gonna watch it, but now you've ruined it for me
 
2013-10-01 01:06:16 AM  

HighOnCraic: I liked the fact that he woke up in bed with his wife, Emily Lois, and realized that the whole show was just a weird dream.


FTFY

/Hopefully not too late to post
 
2013-10-01 01:12:49 AM  

Raktastic: too late to post


There are some of us that have lawns
 
2013-10-01 01:23:55 AM  

libranoelrose: Raktastic: too late to post

There are some of us that have lawns


Damn, good job Invisible Pedestrian.

/Great minds and all that
 
2013-10-01 02:10:57 AM  

HotIgneous Intruder: If you look at the form of classic dramatic structure, you see that the plot develops and rises to a peak of action, then there is falling action leading to the denouement, or resolution.

The plot climax of the series was the "To'hajiilee" shootout.
The last two episodes were just to clean up the loose ends, to resolve the drama.

Very classic narrative form.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dramatic_structure


Not only is that true, but I argue that the seasons generally follow classic dramatic structure. The absolute climax of BB is the conclusion of S4. Seasons 1, 2, and 3 all lead up to the conclusion of Season 4. Season 5 is the beginning of the end as it is the aftermath of S4 and the ultimate tying of loose ends. More aspiring writers should strive to understand why classic dramatic and five-act structures both make for superior storytelling than three-act structure.

Here's [a href=http://filmcrithulk.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/hulk-presents-the-my th-of-3-act-structure/]Film Crit Hulk[/a] to explain it more.

All in all, I liked the finale. I'm not sure of Breaking Bad is the greatest television series of all time, but if it goes down in the history books as such a decade or two from now, I'll always remember the journey and how it came to a satisfying end for me. That should be all that matters.
 
2013-10-01 05:30:00 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-01 08:48:11 AM  

taxandspend: I was never confused about it being a ricochet. My question was about the position of his body on top of Jesse and the entrance point of the bullet.


It was a side entrance into the kidney area, definitively lethal. Also he was likely taking codeine as a cough suppressant which also is a pain killer which would allow him some time to walk and operate while he bled out.

germ78: Also, I think that the whole point of telling Lydia that he poisoned her with the ricin in front of Jesse was to take that off of Jesse's mind, since Jesse was convinced that Walt used the ricin on Brock.


This, he basically set Jesse totally free at that point allowing him to exit this meth life once and for all.
 
2013-10-01 10:45:49 AM  

taxandspend: IdBeCrazyIf: taxandspend: I was never confused about it being a ricochet. My question was about the position of his body on top of Jesse and the entrance point of the bullet.

It was a side entrance into the kidney area, definitively lethal. Also he was likely taking codeine as a cough suppressant which also is a pain killer which would allow him some time to walk and operate while he bled out.

This is what I'm talking about. Here is where Walter White got shot:

[24.media.tumblr.com image 710x383]

Notice there are no holes in his jacket. Here is how he was lying on top of Jesse:

[31.media.tumblr.com image 688x371]

Notice the jacket is not flipped up and looking at the position of his body, Walter White's right side seems to be right in the middle of Jesse's stomach.

Here's Walter when he does get hit by the ricochet:

[24.media.tumblr.com image 696x379]

He's basically in the same position. Finally here he is from the back with no bullet entry there.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 376x233]

So... even with a ricochet, how the hell did he get shot so cleanly without Jesse getting hit?


To quote the denizens of the SoL...

If you're wondering how he eats & breathes, 
And other science facts...(la! la! la!) 
Then repeat to yourself its just a show, 
I should really just relax...
 
2013-10-01 12:32:03 PM  

taxandspend: So... even with a ricochet, how the hell did he get shot so cleanly without Jesse getting hit?


One of those moments I can suspend belief for dramatic effect give the rest of the series production values
 
2013-10-01 04:54:45 PM  
Just a note... watched Colbert's interview of Vince Gilligan.

Walt's motivation included killing Jesse, until he realized Jesse was a slave. It's the definitive answer - Walter thought Jesse was actually partnered with Jack and his gang.

He came back to set things right financially with his family, and erase the blue meth business. That entailed poisoning Lydia (component supplier, distributor, connections) and killing Jacks gang.

No answer for the hole-less jacket, so that one might keep a few of you awake at night.

/back and to the left, back and to the left...
 
2013-10-01 05:27:51 PM  

taxandspend: IdBeCrazyIf: taxandspend: I was never confused about it being a ricochet. My question was about the position of his body on top of Jesse and the entrance point of the bullet.

It was a side entrance into the kidney area, definitively lethal. Also he was likely taking codeine as a cough suppressant which also is a pain killer which would allow him some time to walk and operate while he bled out.

This is what I'm talking about. Here is where Walter White got shot:

[24.media.tumblr.com image 710x383]

Notice there are no holes in his jacket. Here is how he was lying on top of Jesse:

[31.media.tumblr.com image 688x371]

Notice the jacket is not flipped up and looking at the position of his body, Walter White's right side seems to be right in the middle of Jesse's stomach.

Here's Walter when he does get hit by the ricochet:

[24.media.tumblr.com image 696x379]

He's basically in the same position. Finally here he is from the back with no bullet entry there.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 376x233]

So... even with a ricochet, how the hell did he get shot so cleanly without Jesse getting hit?


It was a mistake. Even the best productions have them (check out the IMDB "Goofs" page for 2001- one of the best films ever made by one of the most anal retentive, detail oriented filmmakers in the history of cinema has dozens of mistakes throughout the film
 
2013-10-01 07:44:01 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: gunga galunga: B.L.Z. Bub: shoegaze99: The show became a cultural phenomenon

When most people haven't looked at something, it's not a cultural phenomenon. Case closed.

This is really, really important to you, isn't it.

It's really, really important to you that you keep arguing with me until I change my mind, isn't it? You can't stand it when someone doesn't talk about your favorite show in anything less than glowing terms, n'est-ce pas?

It's just that your pants-wetting "stop liking what I don't like" rants have gone from being funny to making me genuinely concerned over your well being. Really, dude. You need to relax and focus on something else. No TV show is worth this much aggravation.

No TV show is worth this much media coverage, for God's sake. Why don't you Breaking Bad cultists relax and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE SHOW ALREADY, FOR GOD'S SAKE ALL YOU DO IS TALK ABOUT IT AND TALK ABOUT IT AND POST THREAD AFTER THREAD, IT'S LIKE ENOUGH!!!! GET A LIFE!


Did momma not pay you enough mind, child?
 
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