(Yo it’s Roberta–this post was scheduled to go up earlier this morning, and I cannot figure out on the back end why it did not. It was some kind of wackadoo wordpress fail. Apologies to Karl and anticipating Basketcases. And now, let’s go, on with the show!)
The Breaking Bad theme, played on meth lab equipment:
The return of Breaking Bad breaks its own record, with a series-high 5.9 million viewers Sunday.
Mental Floss compiles 40 awesome tributes to Breaking Bad.
Jimmy Fallon is Joking Bad.
Aaron Paul did an Ask Me Anything at Reddit.
The Guardian claims Breaking Bad lacks a “real woman.”
RealClearWorld examines international relations theory in Breaking Bad. Yes, really.
CNN’s Belief Blog examines BB and the evil within us all.
Homeland drops a trailer for Season 3.
PopWatch celebrated John Slattery’s birthday with its Top 5 Roger Sterling Moments.
Emmys 2013: The case for Jon Hamm.
Anna Gunn and Christina Hendricks are among 21 Emmy-nominated actresses talking about their on-set rituals at THR. Plus, Christina explains why she wants to be on Game Of Thrones:
I want to wear pelts and horns and ride around on horseback.
Christina Hendricks also joins the (voice) cast of Disneytoon Studio’s latest Tinker Bell movie, The Pirate Fairy.
Linda Cardellini talks to the l.A. Times about Don Draper and whether Jon Hamm really smells like frosting.
Kiernan Shipka has signed on to a Lifetime remake of Flowers In The Attic.
Talia Balsam has been cast as a political reporter in an early Season 5 episode of The Good Wife.
Lionsgate settled a right of publicity lawsuit brought by 79-year-old former model Gita May Hall for using her image without her consent in the opening credits of Mad Men.
Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases like you