“It’s in the eye of the viewer. Dying is not necessarily paying for one’s sins. I certainly hope it’s not, because the nicest people that have ever lived are going to die eventually. So it could be argued instead that he did get away with it because he never got the cuffs put on him. [There was] the one time with Hank [in ‘To’Hajiilee’]. But he’s expired before the cops show up. They’re rolling in with the sirens going and the lights flashing and he just doesn’t give a damn. He’s patting his Precious, in Lord of the Rings terms. He’s with the thing he seems to love the most in the world, which is his work and his meth lab and he just doesn’t care about being caught because he knows he’s on the way out. So it could be argued that he pays for his sins at the end or it could just as easily be argued that he gets away with it.” (Vince Gilligan, on Walt’s death in Breaking Bad finale, “Felina”)
Nothing cheers me up better than Bryan Cranston throwing pizza.
before and after injecting 1 meth
Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn and Bryan Cranston pose with their awards for AMC’s “Breaking Bad” during the Governors Ball for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California August 25, 2014.
breaking bad writers room
"okay. no matter what we do, people seem to see walt as a good guy. what can we do to fix this"
"how about… walt threatens to eat a baby"
"and he does it…"
"at a chuck e. cheese"
"during a child’s birthday"
months later, on a breaking bad fan forum
centaurfan5501 said: “can’t believe skyler wouldn’t let walt eat that baby during a birthday at the chuck e. cheese”
mustardhomecrafter said: “yeah what the fuck is her problem”
magazine pieces collaged mix with pencil drawing