I was just going to read the introduction to "Breaking Bad and Philosophy:…" but ended up keeping on until I've now read 23 pages. It's an interesting and entertaining look at the main characters of BrBa and their moral and legal responsibility in their actions. Actually more fun than it sounds. Not a "deep" study, just a like casual conservation, so it's easy to read and understand and I believe any BrBa fan that likes to read will enjoy this book. @ Mercury Fulminate B!tch, get the book, I think you'll enjoy it, besides it's only $20 not a high financial risk.
For example: who is MOSTresponsible for chemist Gayle's murder? Jessie who pulled the trigger or WW who had Jessie do it - about a page and half.
The authors call the two men WW killed with his car in "Half Measure" the Aztec Speed Bumps 1 and 2.
What a great way to study philosophy, I'm surprised I'd never heard of this series until I stumbled onto the BrBa book. This book is the 67th in a series of 69 books about popular culture and philosophy. At least eight more are planned. The first is (2000) Volume 1 "Seinfeld and Philosophy…" and Volume 69 is "Curb Your Enthusiasm …"and for FYI a few in between. Vol. 2 Simpsons; Vol. 17 Bob Dylan; Vol. 19 Monty Python; Vol. 48 The Red Socks; Vol. 50. Facebook; Vol. 58 Dexter; Vol. 59 Halo; Vol. 68 The Walking Dead.