Chilling, jarring, charged, explosive. They all fit the description for this episode, which is jam-packed with one unforgettable scene after another. Hank gets his revenge for the bogus phone call about Marie being rushed to the hospital; Jesse is handed the ultimate get-out-of-jail-free card that he expects to use to trump the police and the DEA; and the loco brothers from Mexico with their ax to grind with Walt and Hank pull the trigger on their own plan for revenge.
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For Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, playing the sober Jesse Pinkman of Season 3 is scarier than playing the character as a drug addict.
"It's almost playing a different character, but within the same person," Paul tells TVGuide.com. "This show is about change, and all the characters...
24, Grey's Anatomy, Vampire Diaries
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Since 24 is almost over, everyone is going to die now, right? — Mark G.
MICKEY: Wow, that's a dark spirit you got there, fella. Welcome! The continuing movie talk has squelched the idea of Jack making the ultimate sacrifice in the series finale. But I do know of two surprising deaths that will take place before the show's May 24 finale. One will be shockingly emotional; the other will just be shocking.
What do you guys know about the Grey's Anatomy season finale? — Stephanie
ADAM: Here's what we know: The finale features a
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"There are enough people out there who aren't afraid of their own humanity and rally around truth tellers," Eric Schaffer tells TVGuide.com. "So, a sensitive subject like this, if it's
Zachary Levi, Drea de Matteo and William Petersen
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Will Sarah and Chuck ever become a real couple on Chuck? — Paloma
MICKEY: Funny you should put it that way. An upcoming episode asks the same question when S&C pretend to be married for a mission — and end up exchanging some real vows. It's an interesting, slightly distorted echo of that poignant scene earlier in the season when the pair talked about running away together.
Any scoop about Grissom making a guest appearance on CSI? — Chelsey
ADAM: Executive producer Carol Mendelsohn assures us that she broaches the subject every time she sees William Petersen. But...
Roto-Rooter president and COO Rick Arquilla takes the plunge and goes undercover at his Cincinnati-based company, which is the largest plumbing service provider in North America. He certainly gets his hands dirty unclogging drains and toilets as he interacts with employees across the U.S. who believe they are being filmed for a documentary to celebrate the company's 75th anniversary.
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Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
In this season of Breaking Bad, it's clear that Skyler means business.
She's kicked meth-making husband Walt (Bryan Cranston) out of the house, slapped him ...
Morena Baccarin and Kate Gosselin
Television is rife with ethically dubious characters. This week a bunch of them made us laugh, cry and cheer their misdeeds. Gossip Girl's Little J set her sights on her stepsister's boyfriend, Southland's Detective Bryant saw a young mentee become a murderer, Jesse exacted delicious revenge on his already exhausted parents on Breaking Bad, and Anna, V's alien den mother, followed up some really weird sex with a little cannibalism. Welcome to Top Moments: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Edition.
Breaking Bad - Dean Norris
Breaking Bad is Walter White's story, but this may be Hank Schrader's season.
"It's the biggest season yet for him," Dean Norris, who plays Hank, tells TVGuide.com. "They really open up the story for my character and he really comes to the forefront. We get a look into Hank's ...
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
The consequences of Walt's actions are really about to pile up on Breaking Bad.
In the season opener (warning: minor spoilers follow) Skyler (Anna Gunn) filed for divorce after learning that Walt (Bryan Cranston) has become a crystal meth manufacturer. On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Walt gets his first taste of how serious Skyler really is.
Breaking Bad: Is Walter White TV's biggest liar?
"She's trying to maintain distance and Walt's agenda is to bring them back [together]," Cranston tells TVGuide.com. "They're working at counter-purposes here, and all in the interest of what they think is best for the family. It gets very contentious throughout the season."
Walt will get some support from his son (RJ Mitte), who shows up at Walt's apartment complex no longer wanting to live at home with Skyler. Walt seizes...