Relive the five wonderful seasons of AMC's Breaking Bad by remembering those who died along the way.
WARNING: You've seen it all before, but this video contains some graphic and disturbing imagery. Just like the show. (Oh, and SPOILERS. It's all spoilers.) Go get some tissues. It's about to get misty in here.
Look — if you work on a hit TV show like Breaking Bad, you're going to get some letters. Some will be from prisoners admiring the efficient way you handled your business with those simultaneous hits. Some from older people disappointed in your life choices — you seemed like such a nice man in the beginning — who don't trust the e-mail to get to you. And some, as you are about to find out, from people who would like to sex your pal while you watch, or mix vats of chemicals, or scream the soul-chilling banshee-howl of existential anguish as you think about the terrible things you've done, you can work out the details later. But when you get one of these letters, it's your duty to read it on a talk show. In front of the pal she (or he) wants to do. That's just the way you play it.
Cousin Sal is joined in studio by comedian Jeff Ross to discuss his career in roasting and, more notably, to confront Ross about his insulting comments about Sal in his book, "I Only Roast the Ones I Love." He also calls out Ross on his allegedly exaggerated account of when Tom Cruise tried to resolve Sal and Ross's feud.
I love movies. More specifically, I LOVE Star Wars.
So when I found out I was going to get the opportunity to create some content for the Grantland Channel, I knew the first thing I wanted to do is go up to San Francisco and visit Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and Magic. Somehow, stupidly, they said yes.
Tracy Morgan joins Cousin Sal and Bill Simmons to describe his alter ego, Chico Divine, and what he can remember from the time he was naked in Jimmy Kimmel’s green room. He also chats about the time he was kicked out of Prince’s house, his Saturday Night Live audition, and his favorite memory from 30 Rock. Plus! His new TV project and much, much more.