Written by Gabe Carey
It’s quiet. Too quiet.
Here’s to another great example of why Breaking Bad is considered one of the most progressive, yet unpredictable narratives of all time. The second to last episode proves the value of the series and its inability to grow stale. While I mustn’t speak too soon as the final episode has yet to air, I think it’s fair to say that it’s been a phenomenal run. The writing, the acting, the camera work, the music, and nearly every element of production contributed to this series have pushed limits. No matter how the next episode results, it isn’t the outcome which makes this show a masterpiece, but the journey leading into it. So as we travel into the mystifying abyss of presentation that awaits us, let’s continue to acknowledge the unparalleled success of previous episodes, regardless of how the series concludes.