Well just now I'm getting around to the final season... and damn it's really the culmination of a brilliant show.
The character development is astonishing and the performances are some of the best I've seen.
I remember seeing the first season and remembering Bryan Cranston from Malcolm in the Middle thinking how could he play up this part, but man does he delivers.
All in all, if you haven't seen it yet you're really not doing you any favor, so put this on top and just watch the show.
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