Through five seasons that ended in September, Gunn negotiated a rocky, Emmy-winning ride of discovery, outrage, complicity and alienation, all within the context of what seemed to be a model suburban marriage and family. Breaking Bad was disturbing, riveting and bleakly funny. But Gunn, 45, left the heaviness behind at the end of the day. “You go on a journey with these characters. . . and [when one of them] has a trait that’s inspiring or fascinating, you get to take that with you. The other stuff you leave on the shelf,” she says.
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It’s amazing to rewatch the entire series while keeping this line in the back of your head
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I’ve had Baby Blue as my alarm tone ever since October 2013
so sweet, so nostalgic, never gets old
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The part of Gale Boetticher (played by David Costabile) was created with Philip Seymour Hoffman in mind, according to the Breaking Bad Insider podcast (ep. 503).
"(During Season 3) we had heard that Philip Seymour Hoffman might be interested in being on Breaking Bad,” explains writer Tom Schnauz, “and we came up with the role of Gale thinking ‘Oh, maybe we’ll offer this to him.’ I don’t know if he wasn’t interested or was busy, but that’s the reason we got Gale in the first place.” Vince Gilligan added, "That’s right, we’d heard he liked the show. Little did we realize that does not equate in any way, shape or form to wanting to be on the show.”
Hoffman went to NYU Film School the same year as Gilligan and Schnauz.
Someone has to protect this family from the man who protects this family.