||One of the criticisms of Breaking Bad that keeps coming up is over the female characters. Skyler White is seen by some as this henpecking woman who stands in the way of all of Walt’s fun.
||Man, I don’t see it that way at all. We’ve been at events and had all our actors up onstage, and people ask Anna Gunn, “Why is your character such a bitch?” And with the risk of painting with too broad a brush, I think the people who have these issues with the wives being too bitchy on Breaking Bad are misogynists, plain and simple. I like Skyler a little less now that she’s succumbed to Walt’s machinations, but in the early days she was the voice of morality on the show. She was the one telling him, “You can’t cook crystal meth.” She’s got a tough job being married to this asshole. And this, by the way, is why I should avoid the Internet at all costs. People are griping about Skyler White being too much of a killjoy to her meth-cooking, murdering husband? She’s telling him not to be a murderer and a guy who cooks drugs for kids. How could you have a problem with that?
9:11 am • 13 May 2013 • 1,965 notes
||this show brutally ripped out my heart and tore it to shreds then stomped it into the ground as i drowned in a sea of my tears and basked in eternal sorrow
||here watch it
|^almost word for word my description of Breaking Bad to my housemate last night. "It's DEVASTATING. And the best. And it stomps on your soul. And you need to watch it."
6:40 pm • 22 April 2013 • 259,568 notes
||I think there's still a lot of fans out there who still have sympathy for your character, even though he has become, in many ways, a monster. What do you say to those people?
6:59 pm • 17 April 2013 • 239 notes
you are a pathetic junkie
Jesse Pinkman fucking kills me.
(Source: michael-bluth, via mockeries)
10:16 pm • 15 April 2013 • 294 notes
“I have two. One is when I was in his apartment and we were doing a scene, really serious. I said, “I told you, I want you to handle it.” I’m giving him a gun, to handle, and I reached into my pocket and I pulled out this phallic squirt gun and squirted him. And he just busted up. And then I think it was Season 1 or 2, early on. We had just finished a scene in the desert and it was hot and we had sand in our faces from the wind and it was pretty uncomfortable conditions. On our way to lunch, we’re walking next to each other and he says, “Isn’t this great what we get to do?” I said, “Aaron, that’s my wish for you. That you always feel that way about what we’re able to do for a living.” It really let me know who that man was at heart.”
Bryan Cranston on answering the question: “what is your favorite memory on set with your co-star Aaron Paul?” (via martinvanger)
stop it i’m going to cry
(Source: just-break-bad, via going-to-scranton)
11:58 pm • 5 April 2013 • 1,409 notes