about Breaking Bad. Saw all of Sopranos on dvd; this series eats that one for lunch. I have only been able to watch this through Netflix and just finished the last two episodes of the first half of season 5. The "behind the scenes" sections on each dvd with Vince Gilligan and the actors is priceless. Really gets into his thinking and creativity, how the scenes were done -like Gustavo's demise - 19 takes - and even some bloopers. Vince was also on Charlie Rose a short time ago for the entire hour discussing the series.
It's already been said about the last 8 episodes that "if you can't watch the series as it happens, you're going to have to take the spoilers like a man because there's no way you're not going to be able to NOT hear or read about it". I'm already cheating and reading a really detailed recap on Mondays after each new episode. Can't help it!! Gotta know! And I'm still gonna watch it on Netflix when it becomes available on dvd.
I've been touting this show since the third episode of season one, six years ago. It has proven to have wide popular acclaim and has racked up a slew of Emmies.
After this weeks episode (Season 5.2; #10) the confrontation between Walter White and his DEA brother-in-law reaches white-hot as the DEA agent wants Skyler to testify against her husband.
Meanwhile, Walt's erstwhile partner has angst about the huge stacks of cash he has made and has been arrested for distributing wads of cash from his car like a newspaper boy.
I do enjoy the real pathos going on here. The writing is speaking to true, raw human emotion. The story is reaching a logical conclusion. But, much like a good work of fiction, there is sure to be surprising twists at the end.
Can't wait for the last six episodes and then maybe canceling my subscription to cable. I don't think I'll find another TV show that will ever beat this one, imho.
'A good master can only be as good as the mix, but a master becomes better with understanding the purpose and ideas behind the music.'
Artist, producer and mastering engineer based in Berlin. Founder of ~scape and Pole labels and Scape Mastering Studio.
Aldo Tambellini has no predecessor. A pioneer in electromedia in the early 1960s his work, "Black Zero", "Blackout", "Black TV" and other's has altered the way we view art and it's intersection with media. Poet, painter, sculptor, professor and communications junkie, Aldo Tambellini sat down with Kamaria Muntu, Editor of Femficatio and Philosophy Editor Malkia Charlee NoCry the day after his live performance of "Black Zero" and "Moondial" at the Tate Modern in London, 14th October 2012.
Producer: Kamaria Muntu
Arrangement: Malkia Charlee NoCry
Artist: Aldo Tambellini
Footage courtesy of the Tate Modern, Archived Footage and Aldo Tambellini and Anna Salamone
I got there by typing into google: youtube ship my pants K-mart.......and several selections came up which worked. This already has 700,000 more hits from just this morning. Very funny!
Corporate snatched that off the internet, Slo!
that hasn't hit the airwaves yet... "ship my pants"
(first letter of address is a capital "i" and second to last is a lower case "L" ..... both "0's" are zeroes)
Season 4, episode 11
The Papal Chase
Great dialog, cartoon art.
Archer's nasal voice cracks me up!
"I find that life in general is a source of inspiration and the vital spark to me where the music, let's say produces the cement to achieve and to have a good mood."
love you until then. i'll.
one of these days and soon. undo.