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(Laughing Squid)   From the too much time on their hands department, "The Wardrobe of Walter White, Illustrations of Every Outfit He Wore in Seasons 1-5 of 'Breaking Bad'"   (laughingsquid.com) divider line 19
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2013-10-17 09:15:46 AM
tighty whiteys ftw
 
2013-10-17 09:33:36 AM
If Breaking Bad is going to be kept alive on Fark, can we have an article with more substance? A Walter White Doll with Wardrobe would be cool, though.
 
2013-10-17 09:40:53 AM
I would have guessed there was a lot more "button down blue dress shirt" in season 5. I could have done with less tighty whiteys throughout though.
 
2013-10-17 09:41:43 AM
I really miss the show now, I thought I wouldn't as it's only TV but goddamn do I need a fix. Just finished The Wire and I'm even sadder as that was an amazing show as well. Dont know what show to watch now.
 
2013-10-17 09:55:04 AM
I rewatched the last two episodes for like the 6th time last night. What's wrong with us? Will there be BB threads on FARK til THE END OF TIME????

/
 
2013-10-17 09:57:51 AM
I've started over from the beginning. I'm on Half Measure.
 
2013-10-17 10:19:08 AM

roflmaonow: I really miss the show now, I thought I wouldn't as it's only TV but goddamn do I need a fix. Just finished The Wire and I'm even sadder as that was an amazing show as well. Dont know what show to watch now.


The Twilight Zone

Freaking amazing show ... far better than anything on TV for the past 30 years.  And I LOVED "The Wire", "Breaking Bad", "Deadwood", "The Shield" and just about everything else people on this site gush about.
 
2013-10-17 10:26:20 AM
Yea I've seen a few episodes of Twilight zone here and there. I'm tempted to start The Shield next.
 
2013-10-17 10:30:33 AM

roflmaonow: Yea I've seen a few episodes of Twilight zone here and there. I'm tempted to start The Shield next.


If you can get past the dated acting methods, the writing on TTZ is mind blowing.
And you will not be disappointed in The Shield.
 
2013-10-17 10:31:17 AM

fdlgrl: I've started over from the beginning. I'm on Half Measure.


I'm in the process as well... I do the same thing before I watch a new season of game of thrones as well. Generally the time I spend on a show can be expressed using factorials.

/shouting N's
//sounded better in my head...
 
2013-10-17 10:41:38 AM
Row 4, column 6 is the funniest.
 
2013-10-17 11:00:51 AM
If you've only just started watching from the beginning again, pay attention to color. Gilligan's use of it is so blatant, and yet at times it's like a giant riddle waiting to be solved. Particularly sneaky is when he gets to Fring's underground lab, where the dominant colour can be yellow, blue or red as needed.
 
2013-10-17 11:18:20 AM
One of the most vile TV villains. I think Walt is up there with Vic Mackey, and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened. He made that pipe bomb and deployed it himself. He made meth which ruined people's lives. Hell, in the very first episode Walt was ready to have a shootout with the cops.
 
2013-10-17 11:29:22 AM

skinink: One of the most vile TV villains. I think Walt is up there with Vic Mackey, and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened. He made that pipe bomb and deployed it himself. He made meth which ruined people's lives. Hell, in the very first episode Walt was ready to have a shootout with the cops.


I wouldn't say vile. I'd say complex. And maybe not the most complex, but I'm working and just thought "vile' was a bit strong.
 
2013-10-17 11:56:06 AM

fdlgrl: skinink: One of the most vile TV villains. I think Walt is up there with Vic Mackey, and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened. He made that pipe bomb and deployed it himself. He made meth which ruined people's lives. Hell, in the very first episode Walt was ready to have a shootout with the cops.

I wouldn't say vile. I'd say complex. And maybe not the most complex, but I'm working and just thought "vile' was a bit strong.


He poisoned a child.  I shudder to think what your definition of "vile" is that doesn't include this.
 
2013-10-17 12:25:01 PM

skinink: and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened.


So in your mind, someone who kills one person himself is worse than someone who orders the deaths of a hundred people?

Intardesting.
 
2013-10-17 12:33:41 PM

Dwight_Yeast: skinink: and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened.

So in your mind, someone who kills one person himself is worse than someone who orders the deaths of a hundred people?

Intardesting.


What's "intardesting" is making something personal over my comment about a TV show of all things. What's wrong with you? Don't get the insult over a TV remark. Sometimes I wonder what's wrong with some of you Farkers.
 
2013-10-17 12:40:14 PM

Dr. Kefarkian: fdlgrl: skinink: One of the most vile TV villains. I think Walt is up there with Vic Mackey, and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened. He made that pipe bomb and deployed it himself. He made meth which ruined people's lives. Hell, in the very first episode Walt was ready to have a shootout with the cops.

I wouldn't say vile. I'd say complex. And maybe not the most complex, but I'm working and just thought "vile' was a bit strong.

He poisoned a child.  I shudder to think what your definition of "vile" is that doesn't include this.


Yeah, that was a pretty vile act, and it's when I stopped sympathizing with him. Mostly. :) But I don't think that makes him one of the most vile TV villains. Still, I don't watch much TV. My perception was that he never intended the kid to die, and he didn't. Crappy line of work he got himself into, though.
 
2013-10-17 12:58:01 PM

skinink: Dwight_Yeast: skinink: and may be more evil than Tony Soprano. Walt personally performed a lot of the evil stuff that happened.

So in your mind, someone who kills one person himself is worse than someone who orders the deaths of a hundred people?

Intardesting.

What's "intardesting" is making something personal over my comment about a TV show of all things. What's wrong with you? Don't get the insult over a TV remark. Sometimes I wonder what's wrong with some of you Farkers.


One word.

Drunk
 
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