TALKING BAD returns this evening with special guests Bryan Cranston, Don Cheadle and Steven Michael Quezada. Talking Bad features host Chris Hardwick who will spend time with fans, actors and producers to recap the current episode of Breaking Bad. During the half hour show, Chris will take questions and engage in commentary with weekly guests.
Did you watch last week’s episode where Breaking Bad’s Betsy Brandt and RJ Mitte discussed the evening’s proceedings and took questions live. If you missed the episode you can read our full and detailed recap here.
On tonight’s show Breaking Bad‘s Walter White and Drug Enforcement Administration agent Steven Gomez themselves — actors Bryan Cranston and Steven Michael Quezada will be sitting down with Chris to talk. If that is not enough to get you to tune in, joining them will be actor Don Cheadle.
Talking Bad airs tonight, August 25th at 11 PM ET on AMC and you don’t want to miss it. What do you think of Talking Bad not coming on directly after Breaking Bad? I think the ratings might be higher if it directly followed. Let us know what you think. While you wait for the recap o Talking Bad, Celeb Dirty Laundry offers a live recap of tonight’s Breaking Bad Episode 13 RIGHT HERE!
RECAP: Chris Hardwick introduces Bryan Cranston on the television since he can’t be there in person; he asks him about being Walter White and Cranston says it’s hard since he’s made so many bond and that it is the role of his life. Chris asks him about the money and Jesse at the place it was buried. Bryan then mentions it was actually the first place where Jesse and Walter first cooked, he said it was nice to go back to the same location and shoot it there. Chris asks if he likes Walter at the end of the series; Bryan says that he plays the character and practically lives him. He believes that the different allegiances and controversy make the people so interested. Chris asks him how Walter felt about Jesse ratting on him, Bryan says that Walter was really angry that he broke their rule of not telling. Bryan then says that Walter is now much more emotional now, he’s more impulsive like shooting Mike. Chris asks him what his last words are for fans of the show, Bryan says that the fans have kept them on the air. He says the show is deep and that a lot of people can relate to how the characters are feeling in the show and thanks all of his fans and says that the show is near its end but it’s something that wont disappoint.
Chris introduces his guests Steven Michael Quezana and Don Cheadle; he asks Steven to talk about Gomez and Hanks relationship. He says that Gomez was like an abused wife following him into anything. Chris asks Cheadle how he felt about the gun fight, Cheadle says he loved how the guns were used and it was just amazing. Chris then says there has been a flash forward and that Walter does come out of it, Cheadle then says that there will be a body count because of how many bullets are flying around. Cheadle was surprised at how Walter was telling them to stop shooting because he could get rid of all his enemies in one minute but he’s so confused; a caller calls in and asks if they think that Walter is seriously sorry for poisoning Brock. They all agree that Walter is not sorry at all because Brock is still alive; a twitter fan asked Steven about the off screen conversation about Walter between Gomez and Hank. He thinks that the conversation on the balcony shows how there’s no facts about anything, Steven then says that Gomez is the only character who never broke bad on the show.
Chris then asks to talk about Todd, Cheadle says it’s like Of Mice And Men; Chris says he’s very robotic. CHeadle says his way of putting the moves on her was so weird, Steven even thinks it’s crazy how he shot the kid without any feeling of remorse. Chris then asks to talk about Hule and why he broke so quickly; Cheadle says if you showed him a pile of brains then he’d feel the same. Chris says that Hank is a worthy nemesis to have because of how brilliant he was hatching Walter’s confession, Cheadle then says he was amazed at how Walter admitted everything. Chris asks if Gomez is conflicted, Steven says that with the confession he’s completely in on it.
Chris gives everyone in the audience a fat head of Jesse Pinkman and the text words “Yeah Bitch”.
Chris introduces Vince Giligan giving us our fix on the next episode, Vince says the next episode is called Ozymandias and it’s one hell of a ride. Don Cheadle says that he wants Hank to win, but if he doesn’t then what does it say about the world? Chris says that’s the glory of the show, you can’t even guess what’s going to happen next in the show.