Breaking Bad // alternate ending [x]
to be released with the DVD and Blu Ray box sets
I love each and every one of you bitches, you know.
I love this! I have a strong impulse to print it out and color it in, not because it needs it, but because we just got a new set of colored Sharpies.
In our analysis, we focus on the three different spaces where Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) cook meth: the RV, Superlab and makeshift labs across Albuquerque. These spaces, much like the character of Walter White himself, a chemistry teacher who uses his teaching as a cover for his new life as a drug lord, disguise themselves with their exterior appearances, blending into their surroundings.
If you are so inclined, Busted Tees is selling a Where’s Huell? t-shirt for $24. Come on, who can resist that face?
Breaking Bad cameraman Andy Voegeli tweeted this picture of Aaron Paul’s “No Half Measures” tattoo.
Photo by Andy Voegeli
I would love to see someone do this as a Walter White Halloween costume, as opposed to that tired, old yellow hazmat ensemble. Think pink! (Via Reddit)
I think that Vince was so detail oriented that we all got trained to be very concerned about issues of continuity. That went through the entire crew. Everyone was always being as detail oriented as they possibly could be which sometimes lead to amazing creative ideas and creative breakthroughs. One idea that I thought was incredible and I haven’t heard anybody mention is that Jennifer Bryant, our costume designer, had the idea that in my episode Granite State that when we see Jesse he’s been imprisoned by Todd and the gang for so very long that he’s had to have a change of clothes. What he is wearing is actually the outfit that Todd wore when he shot Drew Sharpe earlier in Season 5. That was an incredible sort of Easter egg that Jennifer came up with and I think that’s the product of the fact that everyone was thinking so deeply about what we had done and trying to be so detail oriented.