New York Times creates a fake column inspired by this week’s ‘Breaking Bad’

09.23.13 4 years ago

New York Times creates a fake column inspired by this week’s “Breaking Bad”
Here’s the column referenced last night.

Justin Timberlake cancels tonight’s Jay Leno performance — he’ll still do Kimmel Tuesday
Timberlake is reportedly “under the weather,” but perhaps he canceled “The Tonight Show” gig to ensure maximum impact when he takes over Hollywood Blvd Tuesday for “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

Larry Hagman’s son: I was disappointed, not angry with very brief Emmy tribute

“I think three seconds was short,” says Preston Hagman. “I think all of them were short.”

Original “Tomorrow People” star joins CW version
Nicholas Young will take on a different role on the American version of “The Tomorrow People.”

HBO’s entertainment president exits
Sue Naegle put her stamp on HBO with shows like “Girls,” “True Blood” and “Game of Thrones.”

Ellen Pompeo blasts Emmys for lack of diversity

“I didn’t see any diversity in the Emmys at all,” says the “Grey’s Anatomy” star. “The Emmys felt so dated to me… That dance number was embarrassing. Did you see one person of color in that dance number?”

“SNL” surpasses “Frasier” as the show with the most Emmy wins
“Saturday Night Live” now has 40 Emmys.

Netflix launches “Spoilerfoiler,” a Twitter app that stops “Breaking Bad” spoilers
The app puts a black bar over any potential “Breaking Bad” spoilers.

“The Mindy Project” enlists Kendra Wilkinson

The Mindy character has already tweeted at Kendra’s husband, but she’ll play a whole new role.

“Scandal” adds Sally Pressman

The “Army Wives” alum will be part of multiepisode arc, but her role hasn’t been revealed.

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