I have only two things to say about Breaking Bad, Season Two, Episode 2 "Grilled" which airs tomorrow, March 15, at 10p.
1. In this episode you will meet "Tio," the uncle of Tuco (Raymond Cruz), the psychotic drug dealer. Tio (Mark Margolis) is confined to a wheelchair. He's completely paralyzed except (pretty much) for one, intense beady eye and a single forefinger. Even so, Tio is a force to be reckoned with. Watch the amazing Margolis (Oz) make the most of his limitations.
2. Hank (Dean Norris), Walt White's DEA agent brother-in-law, kicks ass!
That is all. Don't miss Breaking Bad tomorrow night at 10p.m.
A meek, depressed high school chemistry teacher, Walter White, revivifies and mans-up by cooking and selling methamphetamine.
Premiering January 20 at 10p.m., Breaking Bad is another daring series from AMC, the network responsible for Mad Men (my pick for best 2007 drama).
In a media universe of the moth-eaten, the warmed-over, the formulaic, Breaking Bad is gutsy, groundbreaking, fresh television. With Breaking Bad and an upcoming second season of >Mad Men, AMC (along with Showtime) is poised to wrest the gold standard of scripted drama from the hands of venerable HBO.