Monthly Archives: August 2011

Breaking Bad: Problem Dog

There hasn’t been a more careful character on Breaking Bad than Gus Fring. Every move is calculated to precision. He has a loyal enforcer in Mike who handles all of his dirty work. Walter and Jesse operate the Super Lab … Continue reading

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Hell’s Kitchen: Six Chefs Remain

Another week; another double episode of Hell’s Kitchen. Two more chefs were eliminated this week; leaving us with only six chefs left in the competition. Still, things haven’t seemed as competitive as they should considering the number of chefs remaining. Of … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad: Cornered

We learned last week that no action or deed goes unnoticed in the Breaking Bad-verse and the ego of Walter White is now so massive that it may ultimately lead to his downfall. Walt’s wine induced admission at the dinner … Continue reading

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Food Network Star Finale: Fit for a King

Who would have thought a sandwich could be so compelling? The Food Network is willing to take that chance; as Jeff Mauro — a.k.a The Sandwich King — was named the winner of Food Network Star. Jeff entered the competition … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad: Shotgun

In the world of Breaking Bad, and more importantly big time meth distribution, someone is always watching what you do or say. You may think you’re alone, or that your actions may go unnoticed, but as we’ve seen over the … Continue reading

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AMC Renews Breaking Bad

As first reported by Alan Sepinwall, AMC has picked up Breaking Bad for a final 16 episodes. From Alan’s post: AMC has renewed “Breaking Bad” for a final batch of 16 episodes that will conclude the Emmy-winning series’ run. Production … Continue reading

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Hell’s Kitchen: Single Digits

We’ve finally reached the midway point on Hell’s Kitchen; eighteen chefs have become nine. While it’s still pretty clear that some of the remaining contestants don’t have what it takes to win the competition, some of the former favorites look … Continue reading

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