Here are some fun food ideas for a Breaking Bad Finale party:
- Hicenberg: A big pile of iceberg lettuce served in one of those hats that breaking bad wears
- Jesse Pizzaman: a pizza in the shape of Aaron Paul’s face
- Hank’s Meatball Sub: a meatball sub like the kind the character Hank is constantly eating on the show. For added chuckles, repeat Hank’s catchphrase: “Don’t touch-a my meatball sub!”
- Walt Jr’s Special Breakfast: a pizza in the shape of RJ Mitte’s face
- Los Pollos Hermanos: two rotisserie chickens, served hot
- Marie’s Meatball Sub: a delightful callback to the episode where Marie ate Hank’s meatball sub and he tried to figure out who did it. It was Marie.
- Oreos: These aren’t Breaking Bad-specific but everybody loves Oreos.
"For Walt, family was always a sort of abstraction, a thing he truly believes he values above all else, but which he has sacrificed at every turn. Walt’s “family values” are all about Walt, not his actual family. In other words: his sense of family is about, and has always been about, Walt preserving his self-image.
And that, I think, is where Gilligan is really hitting the American Everyman. It’s not so much that anyone could be Walter White. But those who embrace a certain version of masculinity — one which makes men the “Protector,” to the exclusion of all other values — are particularly vulnerable. I suspect a lot of these people are the rabid Walt fans. And in a word: they are toxic, and horrifically so. Sure, they use the rhetoric of family togetherness and protection. But they aren’t about true caring. The Walter White protective vibe relies on inattention and neglect."
"Eye of the Tiger"
it is growth
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul with the Tortuga-style cake of Vince Gilligan at The Final Episodes premiere party. (x)