Thursday, October 11, 2012

Meth trade breaking bad

  • Real-life meth trade is cracked by 'Breaking Bad'

    On ''Breaking Bad,'' the Heisenberg brand of designer meth is being seen in Walter's hometown of Albuquerque and throughout the Southwest, as tracked by his brother-in-law, who, inconveniently, happens to be a local DEA agent.

  • Is Breaking Bad Racist?

    Breaking Bad is a fish-out-of-water story: A disgruntled white chemistry teacher applies his scientific genius to the manufacture of methamphetamine, discovers a revolutionary new synthesis, and claws his way to the top of the Southwest drug trade.

  • Breaking Bad, season four, DVD review

    Breaking Bad, an offbeat series about a chemistry teacher turned crystal meth kingpin, has been a critical triumph in America, though most UK fans have watched only on DVD.

  • Is it true people are Breaking Bad in Ireland?

    However, life in the meth trade isn't as glitzy and glamorous as it first looked. The term 'breaking bad' is street lingo for cooking meth. Hang on, so there are people breaking bad - as the kids apparently say - here in Ireland? Strangely enough, yes ...

  • AP IMPACT: Cartels flood US with cheap meth

    Although Mexican meth is not new to the U.S. drug trade, it now accounts for as much as 80 percent of the meth sold here, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration. And it is as much as 90 percent pure. The cartels are expanding into the U.S ...

  • Breaking Bad returns for its final season

    The humour and outrageousness of past seasons are blackening into inky shadows and ugly conflicts in the blue meth trade. The desert vistas of Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the series is shot, add a visual element to the grim atmospherics.

  • "Breaking Bad" Review

    Soon Walter's actions reach insane proportions and even push him to enter the drug trade—cooking meth for a hopeful profit.

  • 'Homeland' Recap: Tick Tick, BOOM!

    I'm not saying it's realism, just that reality is one of its key ingredients. Breaking Bad, by contrast, never explicitly or implicitly presented itself as a warts-and-all look at the meth trade. It's a horror movie with blue meth instead of zombie ...

  • 2012 Emmys Honor the Profane

    In typical Hollywood fashion the 2012 Emmy Awards are giving the high honors to television shows that trade in sexual depravity and even brutality.

  • NBC's "Revolution" is not so revolutionary

    One of the tragic side stories involves a former Google executive (Zak Orth) who says he would trade his $80 million "for a roll of Charmin.

  • Secrets, lies & TV: Protagonists harbor character-defining secrets

    Or that family man Walter White's manufacture of methamphetamine has now violated state, national and international laws on "Breaking Bad." We're talking about a mild-mannered blood-spatter analyst for the police by day, a serial killer by night ...

  • 2012 Emmys Recap: Homeland Secures Best Drama, Modern Family Top ...

    Getting serious now, Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama again for playing Bryan Cranston's increasingly troubled and seemingly doomed partner in the meth trade. "I truly didn't even attempt to prepare a speech...Vince ...

  • Shame On 'Breaking Amish'

    Soon, Rebecca will trade laundry, outhouses, and floor-skimming dresses for strip clubs, jeans, and bars, in the ultimate devil's playground, New York City.

  • Emmys 2012 Live Blog - Watch with us! Best dressed and worst dressed!

    Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are ready to see what "The Breaking Bad Show" would have been like before cable. Don Knotts would be there, obviously.

  • How Jesse Plemons Drank Taylor Kitsch's Milkshake

    Plemons was in Battleship, too, in a supporting role that let him hang out and trade Landry-like zingers with Rihanna; he's equally solid in one of the year's most critically acclaimed films, Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, which debuted last week ...

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