Truculent TV Summaries

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dignityisforotherpeople:

Game of Thrones: Nothing means anything, but in a really complicated way. That’s how you know it’s realistic.

Mad Men: Everyone’s clothes are super on point, and they’re dead inside. That’s how you know it’s realistic.

Breaking Bad: If you make enough bad choices, you become the villain. That’s how you know it’s morally realistic.

The Wire: Everyone is bad, but also good, but there are institutions, so everything is bad. That’s how you know it’s realistic.

Hannibal: The self is a fractured organ that speaks in symbols, mostly about how it wants friends, but only has murder. PS, sometimes animals can be symbols, like dogs. Do you like dogs?

BRB DYING FOREVER AT HANNIBAL

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comedycentral:

Stephen Colbert’s interview with Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is excellent and full of spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the finale, perhaps your best course of action would be to tread lightly.

Otherwise, click here.

Best Colbert ending ever! … And best overall Colbert, thanks to the ‘Gravity’, ‘Breaking Bad’, and ‘Last Crusade’ clips … and Vince’s interview.

The Colbert Report Vince Gilligan Breaking Bad

"I started from scratch. I made another, then another. And by the end of the semester, by box number five, I had built this thing. You should’ve seen it, it was insane. I mean, I built it out of Peruvian walnut with inlaid zebrawood. It was fitted with pegs, no screws. I sanded it for days until it was smooth as glass. And then I rubbed all the wood with tung oil, so it was rich and dark. It even smelled good. You know, you put your nose in it and breathed in… it was perfect.”

Heartbreakingly beautiful …

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