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By: Zoë Moss / September 30, 2013

2013 Golden Globes: Best TV Series Drama Nominees

By: Loraine Pavich / January 11, 2013

Despite three straight nominations for star Bryan Cranston, the Globes have shown little love to AMC’s Breaking Bad over the years. This is the first time the five-year-old show has even been nominated for Best Drama. As the kind of novelty that the Globes like to discover first, its ship has long since sailed. OddsMore »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: DEA Agent

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: What’s worst: finding a severed head or rigged pipe bomb? Unfortunately, an unsuspecting DEA agent got both when he came across Tortuga’s decapitated head in the middle of the desert. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Tortuga

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: Tortuga, which literally translates to “Tortoise,” finally earned his namesake when his severed head was delivered to police on the back of a turtle. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Rival Drug Dealer

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: Walter White proved that he ditched his squeaky clean chemistry teacher image when he deliberately ran over a rival drug dealer with his car. To insult to injury, Walter also made sure his rival suffered by shooting him while he was down. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Gale

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: Jesse Pinkman managed to stay clean (well, in the murdering sense) until Walter White ordered him to kill Gale, a fellow meth maker. ln doing so, Jesse became no different than his more violent and bloodthirsty business partner. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Gus Fring

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: Ding-dong, the kingpin is dead. Gus Fring finally got his comeuppance when he was caught in a bomb explosion that took off half his face. However, the druglord took it like a champ — gussying up and adjusting his tie before letting out his final breath. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Spooge

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: In what was possibly one of the show’s goriest moments, Spooge’s skull went splat when his wife pushed a teetering ATM machine on his head. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: No-Doze

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words may be the cause of your death. Henchman No-Doze told Walter White and Jesse Pinkman to “remember who you’re working for” during a drug trade, and his boss Tuco beat him to a bloodied pulp for speaking out of line. More »


Most Memorable Deaths on ‘Breaking Bad’: Gonzo

By: Gabrielle Chung / July 15, 2012

WHY IT’S MEMORABLE: In trying to hide a body at a local junkyard, Gonzo’s arm was crushed by a settling car and the henchman subsequently bled to death. In a cruel twist of fate, viewers later found out that the falling car was set off by a fellow gang member trying to conceal a dead… More »


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