It's finally back. The best drama on television (yes, even better than "Mad Men," in my opinion) returns Sunday night at 10.
But because AMC's "Breaking Bad" left us with such a mind-blowing Season 4 finale in October, there may be some worry about Season 5 living up to unattainable expectations.
Well, there's no need to worry, little ones. Judging by the first two episodes, this final "Breaking Bad" season will be just as crazy and brilliant as all those before.
Walt is King...
Sunday night's premiere episode opens with a brief -- and deliciously bewildering -- glimpse into Walter White's future, but then quickly pops back to precisely where Season 4 left off: drug kingpin Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) is dead, Walt (Bryan Cranston) has "won," and Walt must now tie up loose ends and plan for the future.