'Breaking Bad': Every life comes with a death sentence
September 5th, 2011
11:38 AM ET

'Breaking Bad': Every life comes with a death sentence

Like a family sized bucket from Los Pollos Hermanos, there was lots to digest in the latest episode of “Breaking Bad.”

Flashbacks, the reappearance of cancer talk, the return of Jesse’s girlfriend and her adorable son, and some incredibly tense scenes were just some of the meaty bits served up.

After the open, we were presented with the now uncommon sight of Walter White wearing a hospital gown.

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Weekend reviews: 'The Debt'
September 5th, 2011
10:59 AM ET

Weekend reviews in 140 or less: Labor Day edition

Did anyone go see "Shark Night 3-D" this weekend? Because according to our timeline - and according to the box office - everyone's apparently still buying tickets to see "The Help."

The controversial adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's novel may have had a somewhat bashful opening, but it's been the No. 1 movie in the country for three weekends in a row, reports Entertainment Weekly.

Helen Mirren's "The Debt," meanwhile, came in second place, but with strong reviews. Both @TraceyM1991 and @LovingLeopard had praise for the cast, which also stars Sam Worthington and Jessica Chastain. ("Apollo 18" and the aforementioned "Shark Night 3-D" landed in third and fourth place, respectively.)

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Entourage: ‘I love that guy’
September 5th, 2011
09:45 AM ET

Entourage: ‘I love that guy’

Another episode down and one to go. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover as last night’s whopping 29-minute precursor to the finale offered up major developments that I’m not sure one more episode can resolve. (Or can it?)

Vince still won’t give up on Miss Sophia, and decides to make a DVD featuring interviews with all of his old flames, asking, “What’s your best memory of our relationship?”

With answers like, “Umm, what’s this movie rated,” you’d have to wonder if sending a visual version of your little black book to the girl you like is actually a good idea. The guys seem to find it creepy, with the exception of Turtle aka the Francis Ford Coppola of iMovie.

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