‘Breaking Bad’ Supercut Will Make You Miss Show Less … or More
It's been more than six months since 'Breaking Bad' came to a bloody halt, but a brand-new supercut pays loving tribute to the five-season implosion of Walter White.
In the eerily intense video, Walter voices scenes from the series that depict his transformation from cancer-ridden high school chemistry teacher to ruthless drug baron, focusing on his escapades with assistant Jessie Pinkman and his ultimate demise.
'Breaking Bad - A Tribute,' which you can watch above, may be a little late in coming, but since many of us still haven't accepted the fact that the show is gone for good, it lessens the sting ... or maybe it makes you miss it more, depending on how feel about these things.
The 'Breaking Bad' spin-off series 'Better Call Saul,' about the show's skeezy money-laundering lawyer played by Bob Odenkirk, premieres in November. So that should help a little bit.
And here's Walter White's minute-long Facebook Look Back, in case you don't have time to watch the eight-minute supercut above.