“Nacho. Leave it.” If you’ve been watching AMC’s Better Call Saul, then chances are you’re loving the current storyline with Michael Mando as Nacho.
The gang reaches the end of Mad Men season 1, wherein Don is vulnerable, Peggy ascends, and Betty is oh so very sad.
Be warned: Spoilers are rife in this article! Turn back while you can. The Strain has had me hesitantly excited for a while now. I LOVE most of Guillermo del Toro‘s work, but was nervous to hear that his book, which The Strain is based on, would be brought to television.
The gang nears the end of Mad Men season 1, as more of Don’s past is revealed and Roger has a semi-eclipse of the heart.
This gang continues their discussion of Mad Men season 1, this time mostly about Pete Campbell and that chip-and-dip.
Last weeks mid-season premiere brought us up to date with what happened to 3 members of team prison and it ended in a reunion between them.
A new poster for the second half of The Walking Dead season 4 has been released and for the first time it’s not Rick Grimes at the center of the poster, it’s his son Carl Grimes getting the spotlight. (WARNING! SPOILER WARNING! DON’T READ IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE MID-SEASON
Deathly sniffles in the zompocalypse and how best to die by zombie on the WALKING DEAD FIREWORKS BACON & SEXY SEX SEX PODCAST.
You… probably forgot all about it, but we’re back with the long delayed conclusion to HEISENBERG’S PLAYHOUSE to discuss the end of BREAKING BAD!
“In the desert you can remember your name”–A Horse With No Name (Used in Breaking Bad‘s Season 3 Ep. 2 “Caballo Sin Nombre”) Last week’s second-to-last hour of Breaking Bad, “Granite State,” may have been one of the series’ most enigmatic episodes–and one that requires a few viewings to see it
Bad broke. Last week I began talking about the ending of Breaking Bad, which according to Forbes is the Best. Show. Ever., and what you might have missed about previous episodes. Now, all of those 2,000 or so words seem like just a small fraction of what can be said
While Breaking Bad only has two new episodes left, AMC seems to be willing to give fans of the show as much as they can on top of that. Yesterday, the show creator Vince Gilligan confirmed that the last two episodes will be extended to 75-minutes instead of the usual 60 to
This time on HEISENBERG’S PLAYHOUSE, it’s the alien invasion ep… no, sorry. It’s just a weird podcast where we discuss BREAKING BAD with humor and insight.