If you ever get the opportunity to visit Albuquerque and you're a fan of Breaking Bad, be sure to grab a seat on one of the ABQ Trolley Company's Breaking Bad-themed tours. Currently, they offer the Bad Tour, a three-hour tour hitting the most well-known spots from the show, and the Bad 2.0 Tour, a two-hour jaunt … Continue reading The Breaking Bad 2.0 Tour: Treading Lightly in Albuquerque
In this week's Breaking Bad news roundup, we talk Better Call Saul, possibly meet a real-life Saul Goodman with an over-the-top commercial, wonder what Giancarlo Esposito's life would have been like had he actually turned down a defining role, hear that Bryan Cranston's doing OK for himself as LBJ on Broadway, and see Breaking Bad … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Will the Real Saul Goodman Please Stand Up?
Let’s see what’s new in the world of Breaking Bad this week: Bryan Cranston to Star in (Yet Another) Godzilla Remake An immoveable object meets an unstoppable force? This line in the trailer below—“It was not an earthquake, it wasn't a typhoon … and it is going to send us back to the Stone Age. … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Godzilla vs. Heisenberg, Los Pollos Cocinero, and the Music of Breaking Bad
First, we start with the Breaking Bad news heard round the Internets yesterday: Netflix releases the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad ... and hundreds across the land suddenly took a "sick" day off work. Might I suggest 80 Moments You Might Have Missed in the Last Season of Breaking Bad as apt reading material for when you … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Relive the Epic Last Season
5. Breaking Bad Breaking Albuquerque? “An entire industry has arisen locally around ‘Breaking Bad.’ Months after the show’s final cut, Albuquerque remains enthralled with the crime drama, even as critics complain about ‘Breaking Bad’-themed hats, shirts, tours and cocktails.” And, more sobering: "In 2008, when the series began, one-third of all criminal cases in Bernalillo … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: It's a Hard Rock Life