During its five season run, Breaking Bad had the best cars on television. (These days that award probably goes to Archer, of course.) None of Breaking Bad's cars were flashy, high-end exotics like some Michael Bay movie, they were just unusual, fascinating choices that seemed to suit the people who drove them. I'm…
Yeah, bitch! The star of Breaking Bad and the upcoming Need For Speed movie Aaron Paul will be Top Gear's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car on this Sunday's episode, and he's in HOT PURSUIT of the top of the leaderboard.
If Jesse Pinkman became the Walter White of street racing, we'd have this: The melodramatic, overdone, street racing epic Need For Speed. And this is the first trailer.
Breaking Bad and Walter White made the Pontiac Aztek the official car of discerning meth cooks all over the American southwest. Now the car that started the trend is up for sale and can be yours for the taking, bitch (That's what Jesse Pinkman says to people!).
We've established how awesome and carefully chosen the cars from Breaking Bad are. Now, as the series draws to a close (sad face!), you have the chance to own one of its more notable cars. The money will go to a great cause, too.
If you watch the awesome AMC original series Breaking Bad you know that the last episodes launch this Sunday, and that cars are as much a part of the series as the actors. Finding such perfect cars takes not only the business acumen of a car dealer, but the eyes of a casting director. Dennis Milliken is that guy.
Great news, die hard Breaking Bad aficionados. The 1984 Toyota Tercel driven by plucky meth cooker Jesse Pinkman can be yours, provided you're willing to take a trip to New Mexico.
The Rockford Files had the Firebird. Magnum P.I. had the Ferrari 308 GTS. Knight Rider had the black Trans Am. The BBC's Ashes to Ashes had the Audi Quattro.
The main character in AMC's show Breaking Bad is Walter White, a formerly mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher turned cancer patient turned meth cook and ruthless murderer. No matter how much of a badass he is, he isn't exactly someone we'd consider an ideal role model or a good "get" for a product endorsement.
Tomorrow, the acclaimed "high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin" drama Breaking Bad returns for its final stretch of episodes. But at the San Diego Comic-Con today, the show's cast and creator Vince Gilligan were on hand to answer io9's most quasi-pressing questions. Here's what we learned.
Methamphetamine use has declined over the past couple of years, but it's still a big problem in America. The 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that more than 350,000 people used the drug regularly. The Drug Enforcement Agency arrested nearly 31,000 people, reporting 10,000 meth lab incidents that year.…
The Blackman-Leoni Township Department of Public Safety is more than a little embarrassed after an under-dressed chemist took one of the Department's Chevy Tahoes on a scorchingly fast three-county Interstate run before colliding with traffic at a police blockade.