Breaking Bad is one of those television shows that a lot of people are watching and saying things about. But enough with these longwinded informative introductions. Let’s get right to the meat of the matter.
Bad is a chipmunk in Alaska. He has a lot of friends but nobody actually likes him. Nobody likes Bad because he’s just too happy. No matter what awful things happen to him, he always has a smile on his face. Or whatever the equivalent of a smile is for chipmunks, since they have different muscles in their faces than humans.
Anyway, the point is probably that all of Bad’s friends and family hate how happy he is so they come up with elaborate schemes to break his good spirit. But Bad is resilient and it is not easy to bring him down, otherwise Breaking Bad would be a mini-series or a made-for-television movie.
You probably still have a question after reading this. Your question is: are there chipmunks in Alaska? The answer is no. So why did they make a television show about it? Talk about that with your friends next time someone brings up Breaking Bad. They will think you’re philosophical about television. That’s a good thing.
Okay guys, thanks for reading and for keeping yourselves informed on important topics. Tune in!