The women of Breaking Bad in real life

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Let’s be honest; we’re totally obsessed with watching TV series’. Sure, we COULD go outside and hang out with actual people – but people suck, so why would we want to do that? Instead, we can sit happy as Larry (apparently Larry is pretty happy) on our comfortable couch, with our feet up, the sound turned up to full volume, and avoid the human race completely (apart from the pizza delivery guy, of course). Yep, we love our fictional people more than real, human people, and we can’t get enough of their epic storylines; especially when they involve an old chemistry teacher making illicit substances as a little (okay, MAJOR) side job after he is diagnosed with lung cancer. Of course, we’re talking about Breaking Bad – one of the best TV shows in the history of TV shows. This epic neo-western crime drama graced our screens in January 2008 and spanned across 5 seasons, and 62 episodes, before it sadly ended in September 2013.

Over the course of its run, the show brought in millions of viewers who couldn’t tear their eyes away Walter White and Jesse Pinkman’s life of crime. Because despite the dangers involved in making these illegal substances, Walter is set on providing financial stability for his family before his impending death. Will he be able to do so without being caught in the process?

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