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  • 'Breaking Bad': Live video chat with Aaron Paul on Wednesday

    Join two-time Emmy-winning "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul for a live video chat on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Pacific time. As the chemistry teacher-turned-meth king in AMC's dark drama, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has turned many heads -- and done...
  • 'Breaking Bad': Live chat with Aaron Paul today

    Join two-time Emmy-winning "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul for a live video chat today at 11:30 a.m. Pacific time. As the chemistry teacher-turned-meth king in AMC's dark drama, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has turned many heads -- and done away with...
  • TV Picks: 'What Not To Wear,' 'Breaking Bad ' Larry David twice

    TV Picks: 'What Not To Wear,' 'Breaking Bad ' Larry David twice
    "What Not To Wear" (TLC, Fridays). One of the greatest series on television begins its final season this week. I speak of course of the decade-old "What Not To Wear," based on an earlier British model, in which friendly yet acerbic, gentle but firm...
  • This weekend: 'True Blood,' 'Breaking Bad,' football

    This weekend: 'True Blood,' 'Breaking Bad,' football
    The 9 p.m. Sunday time slot is crammed with weekend highlights. Consider: "True Blood" finishes its season with a new crisis threatening Bon Temps. Sookie (Anna Paquin) contemplates her future. The season finale gives Jason (Ryan Kwanten) the chance...
  • Talking TV: 'Breaking Bad' has got it good [Video]

    Talking TV: 'Breaking Bad' has got it good [Video]
    We're slouching toward this year's Emmys, and the most talked-about show on air is AMC's "Breaking Bad," which is entering the second half of its final season. The show that turned the antihero model on its head -- Bryan Cranston's Walter White is...
  • 'Breaking Bad:' Why the Ending Doesn't Really Matter

    Reading some of the overheated coverage of "Breaking Bad" as the series builds toward its finale brings to mind an old Spanish teacher, who chided students for putting the emphAHsis on the wrong syllAHble. Interest in the program was already at a fever...
  • The best of 'Breaking Bad's' fan videos

    The best of 'Breaking Bad's' fan videos
    At last, after 4 1/2 seasons, AMC's "Breaking Bad" has become a true cultural phenomenon, just in time for its final eight episodes. But just because fans will have only two more months in which to celebrate the scheming and plotting of meth maestro...
  • Aaron Paul got teary-eyed over final 'Breaking Bad' script

    Aaron Paul got teary-eyed over final 'Breaking Bad' script
    Aaron Paul treaded lightly when it came to reading the final "Breaking Bad" script. "It was sitting in my place for probably three or four days," he said Wednesday during a live Web chat with The Times. "I just kept staring at it because, you know, once...
  • Laura Fraser on 'Breaking Bad,' getting all wound up

    Laura Fraser on 'Breaking Bad,' getting all wound up
    The fervor over the final episodes of AMC's "Breaking Bad" has reached such a fever pitch, Laura Fraser is noticing it even in her home country of Scotland. "It's really kind of upped the ante this year. It's just gone, like, phenomenon kind of—...
  • 'Breaking Bad' ad recites 'Ozymandias'

    'Breaking Bad' ad recites 'Ozymandias'
    "Breaking Bad," by far the current critical favorite series on TV, is about to kick off its final eight episodes on AMC. And what better way to court the innate high-brow leanings of those same critics than to turn an ad for the final episodes into a...
  • Bryan Cranston Wanted to Teach CoachArt Kids How to Cook Crystal Meth

    The theme of Thursday's ninth annual "Gala of Champions" may have been to "give back childhood," but self-deprecating humor was most definitely the night's common thread. Celebs used their star power to draw attention and raise funds for the nonprofit...
  • 'Running Wild' follows Dayton O. Hyde, cowboy conservationist

    'Running Wild' follows Dayton O. Hyde, cowboy conservationist
    Dayton O. Hyde is a cowboy Renaissance man. He's an award-winning author whose books, such as “One Summer in Montana," reflect his passion for the American West and its wildlife. Last year, Hyde, 88, published his first book of cowboy poetry,...