Monday, September 30, 2013

"Breaking Doom"

So yeah, it's Monday again....

Anybody catch the Breaking Bad series finale last night? I did, and after watching the BB marathon that ran just about all day from Wednesday until Sunday, I was more than hyped for the ending.

And boy was I not disappointed!

Trust me, as new fan coming into it from the beginning of the last season, and catching up on the previous seasons, the ending more than made it all worth while. Series creator Vince Gillian (and the whole entire cast) really did a solid job tying up all the loose ends left to tie up. Just wow. Very worth it. And trust me, unlike some show endings that disappointed like The Sopranos, The Office, or Dexter, the ending we got was a definite and satisfying one. Thank you Mr. Gillian for that.

So, in the spirit of the show, here's a little skit very loosely based around the show's premise....


The End


Ha, a meth lab explosion would kinda sound better than the origin Gar got. Oh well......


Randomnerd said...

Ha! I don't even watch BB, and that was funny. Don't do Meth, kids, or you too will end up in the pages of Doom Patrol. If that doesn't scare them straight, nothing will.
Hey, you know, if Beast Boy had been transformed by Meth, he and Roy might have been a lot more buddy buddy.
Excellent work Dale. Inspired, even.

karl said...

Don't do meth - hell, I can barely do Coca-Cola.
We don't get Breaking Bad here in the UK [well. unless you wanna pay a hundred folding for satellite link-ups] but we did get the final Dexter last night and boy was I disappointed.
Its my birthday today [the 30th Sept] and as well as a couple of FF trades I got the last Doom Patrol trade so seeing your post made a cool surprise today. Ive been trying to convince my girlfriend that having anal on one birthday is a special treat but she swears that means Ive had a birthday twice a week for the last year and a half[!] try and help me convince her its perfectly okay would you Dale? Back me up.
[not in that way].

Dale Bagwell said...

@Random: Thx Ging. So inspired by this, I'll do my own BB-inspired count of the worse comic book lab accidents ever....for me anyways;)


Seriously though, happy birthday Karl old son!

Oi! Karl's woman. Let him get some of that famous London underground action he's so fond of. It is his birthday you know? I'll pay ya?;)

karl said...

Hey Dale you cant pay her - she aint like that [at least I hope not]; I bought her a chicken dinner - that should be enough.
You can pay to watch though.

Dale Bagwell said...

@Karl: So......winner, winner, chicken dinner? :)

Pay to watch? Dear boy that's why I have the internet. Where you don't always have to pay to see a hell of a show:)

Randomnerd said...

@Karl, Happy Birthday! Hope this one's the one that rules them all. But not in a creepy Lord of the Rings way.
And I hope you find your way into the backdoor tunnel of love. Everyone should get want they want for their birthday.

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

agreed, as far as Breaking Bad goes they tied that up really nicely in just a single one hour episode. i was so glad to see Jesse get his revenge on Todd that dude was a classic sociopath. Dexter did indeed leave a little something to be desired as far as the tail end of the episode.

Dale Bagwell said...

@Shlomo: What is up my man? Good to see you 'round these parts again.

I loved the ending to BB. Everything was neatly tied up the way it should've been. Jessie gets his revenge on Todd, and gets his freedom from his old life and Walt's.

I was reminded though, that Levell Crawford, the big guy that worked for Saul, was left in the safe room somewhere, waiting for Hank to come get him. Does anyone even know he's there? Ha ha.

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

yeah this upcoming weekend when i have a little bit of free time i'm gonna start sizing up my car's trunk for a project that episode gave me an idea for.

Dale Bagwell said...

@Sholomo: LOL! yeah that sounds like something you'd do:)

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