The Last Two Episodes of ‘Breaking Bad’ Will Be 25 Percent Longer, 25 Percent More Painful

Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston, Aaron PaulUrsula Coyote/Sony Pictures Television/AMC

If you’ve managed to climb your way out of the deep dark pit of despair that Breaking Bad threw us all into with last Sunday’s brilliant “Ozymandias”, you might want to prepare yourself for even more of Vince Gilligan’s brand of wonderful and torturous television.

Breaking Bad executive producer Peter Gould tweeted on Wednesday that the last two episodes of the series, titled “Granite Statea” and “Felina,” are going to be a whopping 75 minutes with commercials, 15 minutes longer than the standard episode. 

So if you’re watching the Series finale through thick globs of tears and the screen goes black, don’t worry. You didn’t black out from the pain, and this isn’t The Sopranos all over again, you just didn’t set your DVR to record the last couple of harrowing minutes. We’re betting that Breaking Bad will have a definitive ending, one that will surely shatter the ratings records set by “Ozymandias” as well as your feeble hearts and minds.

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