Nobody’s saying our neighborhood is the Garden of Eden. Hell, some people say God avoids this place altogether, but it’s been a good home to us, to me and my kids, who I’m proud of, ‘cause every single one of them reminds me a little bit of me. Fiona, my rock, huge help. Has all the best qualities of her mother, except she’s not a raging psyco bitch. Lip, smart as a whip. Straight “A"s and the honor roll. Boy’s definitely going somewhere. Ian, industrious, conscientious, ambitious, incredible work ethic. Don’t have a clue where he got that from. Wants to be a paratrooper. Knows how to disembowel an enemy with a roll of dimes and an old gym sock. Carl, uhm, I don’t really know that much about Carl. Oh, loves animals. Always dragging home some poor stray he found, taking them up to his room. Ah, Debbie. Sent by God. Total angel. Raises money for UNICEF year-round, some of which she actually turns in. Liam, going to be a star. I’m no biologist, but he looks a little bit like my first sponsor. He and the ex were close. Kev and Veronica, fantastic neighbors. There’s nothing they won’t do for each other. Or to each other. I never realized how little sex I was having till V and Kev moved next door. And me, Frank Gallagher, father, teacher, mentor, captain of our little ship. We may not have much, but all of us, to a man, knows the most important thing in this life: we know how to fucking party!
Fun Factoids: Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan grew up in Farmville, VA. In the mid-1980s, he attended elementary school at J.P. Wynne Campus School, a laboratory school that was part of Longwood University. Longwood has remained a part of his life—his mother was a teacher at the Wynne school when they lived there—and he took some time to record a 175th anniversary message for the university.
“Longwood meant a lot to me,“ says Gilligan. "In fact, if you watch Breaking Bad very closely you will notice that Walter White teaches high school at J.P. Wynne, which is obviously a shout out to the campus school.”
LAST CALL: According to Zsutti, Sony Entertainment has asked him to pull down all of the 62 posters he did for each episode of Breaking Bad. Pull them off his site and his online shops. WTF? This kinda blows my mind, considering the thousands upon thousands of pieces of fan art out there. So a fan makes an incredible tribute to the show (that took 5 months), and they make him to pull it. Zsutti might not be upset, but I think it’s bullshit. There’s only a few hours left to get these, so get them on Redbubble now, before they disappear.