Breaking Bad Is A Prequel To Walking Dead In A Crazy, But Convincing, Theory.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" follows Rick Grimes, a former sheriff's deputy and a group of survivors who walk along the Atlanta area and later Alexandria, Virginia trying to stay alive after a massive outbreak brings the dead back to life. On the other hand, "Breaking Bad" is about a high school chemistry teacher named Walter White who has terminal cancer and decides to make money to leave his family by running a meth lab on wheels using his old RV. Clearly, the two shows aren't related... or are they? According to some fans, they are, and now a popular streaming service is making the claims official.
Have you seen this on "Breaking Bad"? Of course you did, it's only the greatest TV show in the history of TV shows.
You know all its characters. So it would have been pretty hard to miss this lovely creature on the show, right?
This is pretty much how you'd imagine a crossover between the two series.
Except they're really nothing alike, are they?
So what are the similarities between these shows?
Because it's tough to see it. There are a bunch of zombies on "The Walking Dead" trying to feed on the living.
"Breaking Bad" deals mainly with drugs, sort of like "Weeds" but a lot darker and much more realistic.
Then again, doesn't "Fear The Walking Dead" deal with a main character with a serious drug addiction? Coincidence?
Maybe the character Nick, played by Frank Dillane got his drugs from you know who.
We're talking about Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston on "Breaking Bad".
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