Best New Party Game: Even Worse Breaking Bad Taglines

Now that Mad Men’s season has come to an end, all we have to look forward to is tonight’s premiere of Under the Dome the entire season of Whodunnit? seriously, though, did you watch the premiere of Whodunnit last night? do those guys know that they’re on a TV show and will not literally be murdered? it’s hard to say! THE FINAL EPISODES OF BREAKING BAD! But one thing that has been bothering me in all of the advertising for the upcoming season is the tagline they’ve chosen to promote it: “All bad things must come to an end.” Uh, what? Did the boss have to use the bathroom real bad during that meeting? Hahah. I’m sorry to put that image into your head, whatever image popped in there, but I’M JUST CURIOUS! Did the boss have to use the bathroom real bad during that meeting, or what?! Sheesh. I love Breaking Bad as much as the next blogger, but that is 4sure a bad tagline. Let’s think of some worse ones! Nothing we do here is going to be productive and this sounds fun so let’s just do it! Me first:

  • This Is The End: Of Breaking Bad
  • “Bye Bye Breaky Badie.”
  • “The final episodes of breaking bread? No, Breaking Bad. Ohhhhhh. I thought you said ‘breaking bread’ and I was like, what?”
  • “Every ending is a new beginning, except this one: Breaking Bad. Unless you count the possible Saul spinoff as a new beginning, in which case that saying fits this situation as well.”
  • “Knock knock. Who’s there? I. I who? I am the one who knocks: Breaking Bad.”
  • “The end of a melody is not its goal: but nonetheless, had the melody not reached its end it would not have reached its goal either, BITCH.”

I did a great job, but now it’s your turn!