The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will go head to head in this Sunday's Super Bowl — but, let's face it, half the people who tune in will primarily be interested in the commercials rather than the game. A fun fact: in recent years, companies have increasingly elected to premiere their spots online before they air during the broadcast.
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Sunday's Breaking Bad finale. Read at your own risk.]
Breaking Bad fans will have to wait almost an entire year for the show's final eight episodes to unspool, but Sunday's finale gave viewers plenty to think about in the meantime...
A familiar face is returning to How I Met Your Mother.
Bob Odenkirk, who's currently a regular on Breaking Bad, playing corrupt lawyer Saul Goodman, is reprising his role as corporate lawyer Arthur Hobbs, Marshall's (Jason Segel) former boss at Goliath National Bank, TVLine reports. Hobbs will appear in the second episode of the CBS sitcom's upcoming eighth season, when he pseudo-represents Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) in his prenuptial negotiations with Quinn (Becki Newton), whom Barney proposed to in the Season 7 finale.
In the fifth season of Breaking Bad, Walter White truly is The One Who Knocks.
The AMC drama's Season 4 finale saw Walt (Bryan Cranston) — the one-time cancer-stricken high school chemistry teacher who began cooking meth to provide for his family after his death — pull out all the stops to protect his loved ones and his partner Jesse (Aaron Paul) from the terrifying drug kingpin Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).
While Breaking Bad has charted Walter White's journey from Mr. Chips to Scarface, Walt's wife Skyler is taking her own steps toward a similar trip.
Breaking Bad: How far can Walter White fall?
When Skyler (Anna Gunn) finally learned that Walt (Bryan Cranston) was a meth manufacturer in Season 3, she kicked him to the curb. But after further consideration, Skyler asked to come on board...