YouTube Comedy Week is coming to an end and we have seen the good, bad, and the funny. While what we find humorous is subjective, there is one thing we can all agree on after this last week: online video creators know how to laugh at...Show More Summary
There are certain TV moments I’ll never forget watching live. The Seinfeld finale, the (disappointing) reveal of Homer Simpson’s middle name, the FACE OFF scene from Breaking Bad, the second Dr. Romano helicopter accident on E.R. (but NOT the first), the series premiere of Dog with a Blog, the time a loopy Mariah Carey ripped off her clothes and handed out ice cream on TRL.
See if this sounds familiar: A teacher undergoing cancer treatments has been accused of being a meth dealer. It may sound like Breaking Bad, but Boston police say Stephen Doran, 57, is the real deal, reports WHDH. He was arrested after cops say he received a package with nearly 500...
Something was happening, and must have been very big or wrong for our office to became that noisy during the lunch break. In fact, the bad news were just a couple of clicks away. Today is a sad day for the Australian automotive industry. Heck, I would venture to say it is a sad day [...]
Bad habits: we all have them, but how many people can actually quit? Here's a short list of the most effective ways to break any bad habit. The post 4 Tips for Breaking Bad Habits appeared first on Lifehack.
AMC's Breaking Bad doesn't return for its final season until August, but over the past few months the drama series has been popping up in an alarming number of real life events. First, Boston bombing suspect Dzohkhar Tsarnaev tweeted he learned how to "dispose of a corpse" from the show. Show More Summary
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Bungie just released the first official trailer for it's next game "Destiny," and we already want to see more. These are the guys that brought us the Halo video game series. For fans of "Breaking Bad" and "Revolution," the trailer has a voice over from Giancarlo Esposito. Show More Summary
Here’s a question for “The Walking Dead” fans: how many seasons do you think the show will air? A few more years, tops? AMC’s biggest shows don’t normally last all that long: “Breaking Bad” is wrapping its fifth and final season this summer, and season seven will be the last we’ll see of “Mad Men.” Well, if [...]
Post by Linda Sharps Here's a question for The Walking Dead fans: how many seasons do you think the show will air? A few more years, tops? AMC's biggest shows don't normally last all that long: Breaking Bad is wrapping its fifth andShow More Summary
Game developer Bungie has teamed up with Iron Man director Jon Favreau and Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito to release another teaser trailer for its upcoming game Destiny. Little is known about the lore behind the new science fiction...Show More Summary
Bungie's highly anticipated not-quite-MMO first-person shooter Destiny has received a 60 second CGI trailer starring Giancarlo Esposito, aka that guy who plays Gustavo Fring on Breaking Bad. The trailer, entitled "Law of the Jungle" was directed by Jon Favreau of Iron Man and Elf fame. Show More Summary
In the latest example of real life mimicking our favorite cable dramas, a Massachusetts middle school tutor who is undergoing chemotherapy for stage III cancer was recently arrested on drug trafficking charges after allegedly receiving a package filled with over 400 grams of meth. Former state representative Stephen W. Show More Summary
A new trailer for Destiny brings Bungie's new world into the live-action realm - with plenty of CG and Breaking Bad's infamous villain. In the video, we learn about the law of the land in the upcoming, online-focused shooter. Earlier...Show More Summary
Can't wait until August for the new—and, sadly, final—episodes of Breaking Bad? Then follow the pitfalls of Stephen Doran, a 57-year-old middle school tutor with stage III cancer who was busted this week for allegedly trafficking meth. Read more...
New Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) replies (1, 2, and 3) expose worse misbehavior at George Mason University. GMU badly mishandled simple plagiarism complaints, including one on a Federally-funded paper, retracted in May 2011, finally ruled as misconduct in 2012. Show More Summary
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Toy Story’s Buzz [...]
The Critic's Choice nominations have been announced and AMC has been honored with 7 nominations for Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Walking Dead and Small Town Security.
It’s like clockwork: there’s some event, be it a holiday or breaking news, and Liberals use it to push one of their unhinged belief sets. If it’s bad weather they push “climate change”. Here’s disgusting and abhorent Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (Daily Caller) “So, you may have a question for me,” Whitehouse said. Show More Summary
Aaron Paul and fiancee Lauren Parsekian are gearing up for their wedding, Vegas-style! The "Breaking Bad" actor hit Las Vegas club Marquee on Saturday with...