Research Paper On Breaking Bad

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Breaking bad is said to be “one of the greatest television series of all time.” breaking bad tells the story of walter white, a chemistry teacher diagnosed with lung cancer. In the midst of his diagnosis he gets worse over time and he eventually seeks help from one of the best doctors in Albuquerque, New mexico; Moreover, the price for his expertise is more than walt 's family could handle. Walter then turns to a life of crime to not only pay for his very expensive medical bills, but to ensure that his family will be left with some sort of income after he passes away. Breaking bad is one of those shows where time flies because of how entrained you are; therefore, you can 't stop watching because of how suspenseful every episode is and you never want to miss a second of it. Kate powers is a writer 's assistant/ coordinator for breaking bad she said “The writing, the…show more content…
Arrow is about “a Spoiled billionaire playboy Oliver Queen is missing and presumed dead when his yacht is lost at sea. He returns five years later a changed man, determined to clean up the city as a hooded vigilante armed with a bow.” Oliver queen who was lost at sea but somehow survived even though he had no hunting skills, resources, or anyone to help played a major role in saving “starling city”. I really enjoy this show but, I still think the show is flawed.The dialog,is so cliché, its so fake and filled with cheesy words that we 'd never say in real life. What I like most about the show are the action and the plot. The plot is very good, the crimes never seem to end, and I loved every episode in the series. After season two which was full of fun,dark and action packed drama, Arrow has lost its charm and became boring, complaining, self blaming and too much of a soap. Everyone in the show keeps blaming themselves for every little thing and half the dialogues are about this. The show feels like it starts to be the same and it just keeps being drawn on so it gets repetitive and
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