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Breaking Bad: Where Are They Now?

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If you’re a fan of Breaking Bad, are you living in willful denial that the show has ended?

The Gospel According to Breaking Bad by Blake Atwood

Makes a great gift at just $11.39!

Fortunately, today marks the day that you can relive the epic saga of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman through two new products: the Breaking Bad Complete Series on DVD and the freshly released print edition of my book, The Gospel According to Breaking Bad.[ref]It’ll make a swell Christmas present for the Breaking Bad fans in your life.[/ref] Additionally, the ebook version is now on sale for 99¢. Both versions include all new chapter illustrations by Wes Molebash, plus an expanded last chapter that looks at what was right, and what was wrong, about the Breaking Bad finale.

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The fitting packaging for the Breaking Bad complete series on DVD.

The fitting packaging for the Breaking Bad complete series on DVD.

Like you, these characters have taken residence in my head for quite some time, and it’s hard to say goodbye to those familiar faces that greeted us every Sunday night.[ref]Even if some of those faces wielded box cutters, were perched on a tortoise, or had half of their fuzzy pink body charred.[/ref] However, life marches on, and a man has to provide for his family. To that end, here’s what many of the cast of Breaking Bad are up to these days.

Bryan Cranston

a.k.a Walter White, a.k.a. Heisenberg

Shilling Apple products

Reprising his role as Hammond Druthers on How I Met Your Mother

Directing another episode of Modern Family

Starring in 2014’s Godzilla remake

Voice work for Kung Fu Panda 3

Aaron Paul

a.k.a. Jesse Pinkman, a.k.a. Cap’n Cook

Still driving away in Need for Speed

And, sheesh, starring with no-names Christian Bale, Ben Kingsley, and Sigourney Weaver in Ridley Scott’s Exodus.

Vince Gilligan

a.k.a. Breaking Bad Mastermind & Head Writer

Guest starring on Community, where we can only hope he runs into Jonathan Banks.

Rolling around on his piles of money like Kuby and Huell

Writing and directing Battle Creek, a new CBS series

Anna Gunn

a.k.a. Skyler White

Guest starring on The Mindy Project

Starring in the TV Movie Rita that followsan acerbic, outspoken private-school teacher who struggles to raise her three teenage children while dealing with the inane bureaucracy and overprotective parents at her school.

Dean Norris

a.k.a. ASAC Hank Schrader

“Big Jim” Rennie in Stephen King’s Under the Dome

Also staring with no-names Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, and Javier Bardem in The Counselor.

Betsy Brandt

a.k.a. Marie Schrader

Starring with Michael J. Fox in the aptly titled The Michael J. Fox show

Bob Odenkirk

a.k.a. Saul Goodman

Prepping for his Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul.

Jonathan Banks

a.k.a. Mike Ehrmantraut

A criminology professor on the criminally under-rated[ref]aside from last season[/ref] Community.

The Pink Bear

a.k.a. The Floating Half-Face Fuzzball

After being retrieved from a tree in the finale, only Bryan Cranston knows the whereabouts of everyone’s favorite plush toy.

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