Where to watch the Breaking Bad finale on Sunday (video)
Say farewell to the show with fellow Bad-heads, then drown yourself in booze to stave off withdrawal from Walter White & Co.
Thu Sep 26 2013
Photograph: Ursula Coyote/AMC
After all of the crazy, unpredictable and unforgettable action that’s gone on in Breaking Bad throughout the past five seasons, we can only expect a greater amount of crazy in the final episode of the AMC series. Not having cable is no excuse to miss out on the sure-to-be-epic finale, and there’s no way you’re gonna want to wait until it comes out online to find out what happens to Walter White—played brilliantly by Bryan Cranston—and his family, Saul and Jesse (especially Jesse—sob).
Check out our roundup of spots where you can catch the finale of all finales with fellow Breaking Bad lovers; in case you've been living under a rock, it will screen at 9pm this Sunday, September 29. And if for some reason you can't watch it live, protect yourself from finding out Walt's fate prematurely with Spoiler Foiler, a program created by Netflix that blocks spoilers from showing up in your Twitter feed.
Not content to simply screen the finale episode, this Williamsburg video spot is making the whole night an homage to Breaking Bad. Starting at 6:30pm you can grab $3 tacos from Endless Summer Taco Truck (we admit, the tacos really have nothing to do with the show, but who doesn’t love tacos?). At 7pm, the Videology folks will be showing just about any related clips they can think of—bloopers, “epic montages,” interviews with cast members, parodies of the show and whatever else they can squeeze in until 8pm, when they’ll play the penultimate episode, which aired last week. After all that buildup, the finale will begin at 9pm.
Newish Bushwick food-and-drink eatery Tutu's has been screening the current season of Breaking Bad every Sunday to a faithful crowd. Watch the final episode over a plate of ratatouille toast ($8) or wild-boar sliders ($12). Stick around for the postshow debates that we’re sure will ensue—the bar stays open until 2am.
Meth shots. Need we say more? Hope not, because that’s pretty much the only info that Banter provides on its website. The Williamsburg saloon has been screening the whole season, so if you haven’t been persuaded by the advertised meth shots for any of the previous Sundays, this is your last shot (pun intended).
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