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Vince Gilligan’s Brain Spoils Final Season Of ‘Breaking Bad’ For Vince Gilligan

LOS ANGELES—Despite waiting nearly a year for this Sunday’s return of the popular AMC series Breaking Bad, creator Vince Gilligan reported today that his own brain had nonetheless completely spoiled the television show’s final season for him. “I was really excited about seeing what was going to happen after Hank found out that Walt is actually Heisenberg, and to find out why Walt was in that diner alone in the season five flash-forward, but now that’s all totally ruined,” Gilligan said, confirming that his mind had not only revealed to him the entire plot of the season premiere, but also gave him a thorough scene-by-scene breakdown of every moment of the show’s final eight episodes. “The fucker totally ruined exactly what ends up happening to Walt, Jesse, Skyler, Hank, everyone! Not only that, but now I know the final scene, too.” Gilligan later told reporters that all in all, he was kind of happy his brain spoiled the show because the ending sounded “sort of shitty.”

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