The couple that shaves together stays together.
The dentist is in — and now, his mouth is getting some action.
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
Mr. Goodman will see you now.
Or do they look better this way? Your call.
A lot of talent has come from one of the best shows in the ’90s.
Facts, bitch! Also spoilers.
There’s a lot WANT in here, but also some DO NOT WANT. Proceed with caution.
There’s a few spoilers in this post, obviously.
Nothing screams romance like a former chemistry teacher turned meth cook turned ruthless murderer and drug kingpin, right?
“Who else looks this good after a rigorous workout?”
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
The latest big-budget take on the larger than life Japanese monster — which stars Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, and Aaron Johnson — offers a lot more than mindless destruction. In theaters May 16.
Solely based on the fact that he’s Bryan Cranston. Walter White never looked so happy.
After Hurricane Sandy shut down production of Cold Comes The Night, Bryan Cranston told the movie’s production assistants to each submit a script, and he would star in his favorite one during the downtime. This video is the result of that contest.
Two major awards, back to back. Not too shabby, Breaking Bad. Not too shabby.
Breaking Bad may have ended this year, but this friendship is forever.
The more TV changes, the more it stays the same.
In this bonus clip from the Breaking Bad DVD set, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston read the last few pages of “Felina.”
Was it all just a terrible nightmare? Malcolm in the Middle’s Hal may have eaten too many fried Twinkies before bed, according to a new DVD extra. [UPDATED]
Apparently watching Breaking Bad is the only thing more addictive than crystal meth.
On-set shots of Bryan Cranston wearing pink and carrying the pink teddy bear that will mean so much to Breaking Bad obsessives. Paul’s caption? “I miss this man.”
Graphic Designer Nathan Peters has painstakingly illustrated every outfit worn by Breaking Bad’s Walter White. It’s as geeky and impressive as it sounds, and then some.
Plus someone who gets paid to manage memes, a man who’s eaten nothing but raw meat for the last five years, and Pumpkin Spice: The Movie.
So many deaths in creative/horrifying ways. Spoilers, obviously.
On Sunday night, 10.3 million people watched the show, blowing away last week’s previous record of 6.6 million viewers.
It’s probably part of the mourning process to obsess over every single frame of “Felina.”