If you haven't watched "Breaking Bad" yet, first of all, why?
Second of all, I know how daunting it can be to sacrifice two months of your time on this planet for watching a show from start to finish. Heck, performing an ancient blood sacrifice sounds less daunting than binge-watching five seasons of a show.
Thankfully for you, you can now watch all of "Breaking Bad" in 127 minutes... as a movie.
French editors Lucas Stoll and Gaylor Morestin managed to synthesize all 62 episodes of the show into one two-hour film and honestly, the movie version is 99.1 percent pure.
Seriously, these two are the Jesse Pinkman and Walter White of editing down TV shows to the bare essentials.
Basically, this is me right now re-watching all five seasons in the time it takes to watch three episodes:
Start from when Walter White first decides to move into his house and set forth on a journey that ends with his tragic demise as one of the greatest drug lords the world has ever seen.
It's a transformation as volatile as a chemical reaction.
So, if you need to pretend you've seen all of "Breaking Bad" because your new SO is watching "Better Call Saul" and could draw you a map of Albuquerque they know the show so well, hit that play button.
But if you have watched all of it and know every classic line from "I am the one who knocks" to "Say my name" (the non-Destiny's Child version), enjoy the roller coaster all over again.
I've got to say... This really makes me wish for an actual "Breaking Bad" movie to come out.
If "Better Call Saul" is a prequel, perhaps we could find out who filled the power vacuum after the death of Heisenberg.
Am I right or am I right?