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Jamie Frevele at 12:41 pm Thu, Jul 12, 2012
An amazing sculpture spotted at London Film and Comic Con by Rizwane Baig. I'll just hang out while you reconsider your lunch. (via Blastr)
Even though the new season comes out soon, I think posting spoilers is exceptionally bad form.
Oh, that Fring thing was sooo last season.
So what is the timeframe? Can we talk about Crying game yet? The last ep of Breaking Bad aired like 9 months ago!
I have been meaning to watch Breaking Bad but haven’t gotten around to it yet. However, I know that this happens and that the character it happens to is important because I made the mistake of watching something else on AMC a few days ago (Commando with Arnold Schwarzenegger, couldn’t resist after Rob’s video recently).
At nearly every commercial break they had a promo for Breaking Bad that included the shot of the guy with his head blown apart, and inferred as to the importance of his character to the plot (“the king is dead” or something). Oh well, I’m sure I’ll still be able to enjoy the show.
Yes, you WILL enjoy it. The first five minutes of the first episode will draw you in completely. Then you will bask in the knowledge that you have five seasons to enjoy.
Flickr is such a user-hostile bucket of shit.
Has everyone forgotten that Two-Face did it first??