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TV Guide Picks Top Moment From Breaking Bad; Cranston Visits Ferguson’s Late Late Show


This week TV Guide chooses a scene from Breaking Bad‘s Season 4 premiere as its top TV moment while Bryan Cranston visits The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and stops by Comic-Con.

TV Guide labels Victor’s murder scene in Breaking Bad‘s premiere TV’s top moment last week, honoring it as the “Best Silent Treatment.”

The Los Angeles Times and the Huffington Post both discuss a visit Bryan Cranston paid to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

io9 says Bryan Cranston was “clearly the… fan favorite” at Comic-Con’s Total Recall panel. HitFix adds, “Cranston was the MVP of the panel, landing one great joke after another with a very dry sense of humor.”

Bryan Cranston shares some insights with Grantland about the season so far, including shooting Victor’s “horrifying” murder scene.

Aaron Paul talks to the Associated Press about what might happen when Jesse discovers the truth about Jane’s death: “…heads are going to roll.” Paul also talks to Complex Magazine about being on the Breaking Bad set: “We just goof around and laugh all day really.”

Aaron Paul chats with Zap2it about the film he did during his hiatus between Seasons 3 and 4. conducts an interview with Dean Norris, who hints that Hank and Walt will spend a lot of time together in the car this season.

RJ Mitte speaks with his hometown paper, the Times of Acadiana (La.), and reveals, “I don’t watch the show. I don’t want to see myself on television. I don’t like it.”

• At Comic-Con, Matt L. Jones talks to MovieWeb about Badger’s fate: “Hopefully they’re going to give me some wonderful exit,” he says.

Krysten Ritter (Jane) talks to about being recognized: “I was in Times Square and a garbageman started yelling from a truck, ‘We love you on Breaking Bad!'”

The Boston Globe says of Breaking Bad, “Every character on this show has evolved over the seasons, not least of all Skyler.”

The U.K.’s Telegraph calls Breaking Bad “the best American TV drama currently running.”

A New York magazine writer watches the first three seasons of Breaking Bad in one week in preparation for Season 4 and calls it “one of the best experiences of my life.”

The New York Times reports that Breaking Bad‘s second episode of Season 4 pulled in a total of 2 million viewers, retaining much of its season premiere audience and outpacing last season’s viewership by 30 percent. reviews Batman: Year One and remarks that “the standout of the film is Bryan Cranston as Jim Gordon.” Cranston talks to Comic Book Resources about why he decided to take the role.

• For recaps and reviews of Season 4, Episode 2, “Thirty-Eight Snub,” check out A.V. Club,, Daemon’s TV, HitFix, the New Jersey Star-Ledger, Paste magazine, Salon, Slate, The Hollywood Reporter, Time,, TV Geek Army and the Wall Street Journal.

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