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    Re: Breaking Bad - The Final Season(s)
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    Quote Originally Posted by guru
    Holy crap!
    In spades!

    Do you know how long a 10 months it's gonna be from next Sunday night until the final 8 episodes?! (episodes which have long been in the can of course) (bastards)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh
    Quote Originally Posted by guru
    Holy crap!
    In spades!

    Do you know how long a 10 months it's gonna be from next Sunday night until the final 8 episodes?! (episodes which have long been in the can of course) (bastards)
    Apparently in keeping with Walt's descent he will have a nuclear weapon by then. The question now is for us to guess the manner of his demise. Some guesses: 1. Skyler cuts his nuts off. 2. Jessie comes back and cooks up a batch with nitro in it. 3. His brother in law kills him and takes over the business, dumps his wife, and marries Skyler.
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    Lonewolf, you'd have to start from the first episode and work forward. The show is like a 50 hour movie that ratchets up with each episode. Dropping in as you did for one of the last chapters without following the situations and the character development would not be an appealing experience, as you found out!
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    Yep, I'll just let this one go.
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    for the few bucks that retrieval of some sort costs, allow me to insist... go for it!
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    Its the 50 hours that scares me off.
    Maybe I will have more time to kill this winter.
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    It is on netflix streaming. I may give it a go since it seems to be popular here. When I was in Eugene last fall, the folks I stayed with were big fans of Battlestar Galatica on Scifi. I hadn't even heard of it, but watched the first couple of episodes and found it so fascinating I ended up watching the entire series in about 2 weeks on netflix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf
    Its the 50 hours that scares me off.
    Maybe I will have more time to kill this winter.
    Here's the good news; it's actually only about 40 hours, since the sans-commercials episodes only last 45-50 minutes :mrgreen:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary
    It is on netflix streaming. I may give it a go since it seems to be popular here. When I was in Eugene last fall, the folks I stayed with were big fans of Battlestar Galatica on Scifi. I hadn't even heard of it, but watched the first couple of episodes and found it so fascinating I ended up watching the entire series in about 2 weeks on netflix.
    I agree about BSG. I got it on Netflix because metacritic was high on it. I'd seen 1 episode of the original U.S. series and was not sure about trying it again. The Canadians did a bang up job and it ended up being our favorite ongoing series. Then we tried "Friday Night Lights" for the above mentioned reason and fell in love with that.
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    Canadians had nothing to do with BG other than provide cheap sights to film, as with lots of TV shows that require exteriors.

    Vancouver doubles for San Francisco a lot; they key is when you look across what purports to be San Francisco Bay and can see snow on the mountains.
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