Some very creative fans out there have posted their Breaking Bad predictions on Reddit. Rolling Stone gathered up some of the more interesting ones.
Betsy Brandt (Marie Schrader) still hasn't seen all of the most recent episode of Breaking Bad . She tells GQ , "I couldn't watch that moment. Couldn't watch it. I had to leave the room and make noise so I didn't hear it. And then I asked my husband if it was okay to come back in the room. I still, actually, have not seen the moment where Hank was shot in Season 3. I knew he was going to be okay after that, but I just—I cannot watch it. So I came back in the living room—we're living in a little apartment in New York—and we're watching, and then I see the part where he's laying there and they drag his body. And that keeps flashing in my head. That was disturbing enough! I couldn't handle the other. I would have missed that too, had I known when that was coming."
Evidently, Huell is still waiting.
Thanks to @YapsNYC for sending me to this site that is auctioning off everything from Breaking Bad .
I think The League on FXX gets better with almost each episode. After a somewhat rocky start out of the gates, this has become an absolute favorite and you should be watching.
What Would Ryan Lochte Do ? has been canceled by E! If this comes as a surprise to you, seek medical attention immediately.
And if you're a fan of Seinfeld and are not following both of these Twitter accounts, start now: Seinfeld Current Day and Modern Seinfeld. Here's an article that talks about the "battle" between the two accounts.
Survivor winner Cochran is a writer on CBS' new comedy The Millers . Who knew?
If you care about what Andy had to say after winning Big Brother , click here.
You can see how Aaryn reacted to being told she'd lost her job after the Big Brother finale by clicking here.
If you're a fan of The Real World , read this.
Speaking of which, I haven't been talking much about The Challenge but it still ranks right up there for me. We in between parts 1 and 2 of the season finale and I'm still on team CT and Wes.
Maybe it's because I go to sleep early or maybe I just missed this, but did you know that f-bombs are basically unlimited on late night cable? I caught about 10 minutes of a stand up special last night on Comedy Central at 11:30 PM PST and caught more than a dozen f-bombs. Amazing.
If you aren't watching The Pitch on AMC, I continue to recommend it. It's actually a very interesting and entertaining competition show about the world of consumer advertising.
Finally, Shark Tank is back tonight on ABC. Set your DVRs and plan accordingly.