This past July, we reported that the National Institutes of Health found vials filled with smallpox in a Maryland lab. The potentially disastrous discovery prompted the agency to check on all its labs to make sure no other fatal diseases were lurking about. It turns out there were.
We're tired of seeing people sending crap to space in weather balloons, but this Walter White bobblehead is fun enough to get a pass.
If Godzilla attacks the city, who you gonna call? Exactly, Walter White. Yeah, why not? Apparently the only way to defeat the giant Japanese beast is with a Methamphetamine overdose—and we all know Walter White makes the strongest shit in town yo! WARNING, spoilers ahead!
Walter White, Michael Corleone, Hannibal Lecter... terrible people with no morals, capable of the worst things. And yet, most people root for them. Writers use some clever tricks to make audiences love the bad guys. Here are ten that never fail.
As Breaking Bad comes to a close (AHHHH!), hopefully cultural critics will be examining viewers' vitriol against Walter White's complex, long-suffering wife — which has been so severe it's been termed "the Skyler White" effect and applied to other TV wives — at length. [Spoilers to follow.]
Walter White's metamorphosis from a mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher into a lethal force of meth-slinging nature has been one of the most fascinating character transformations ever to unfold on screen. Now, in the wake of Breaking Bad's jarring (mid-season) finale, we're left to digest that transformation,…