Warning: This blog post contains spoilers from the Breaking Bad television show. If you do not care proceed forth and enjoy the writing piece.
Recently bloggers have been contemplating why Breaking Bad was and still is a popular television show. Several questions have been asked about what worked and what did not work. How did Vince Gilligan (creator, head writer, executive producer, and director of the show) convey such a compelling story? How did Bryan Cranston transform himself into the hard-core, no-nonsense drug kingpin we have come to admire or hate? How did Dean Norris emanate the persistently curious DEA agent, Hank Schrader? Truly, how questions seek verb answers.
Some may believe the honest and sincere words spoken by Hank Schrader after the seemingly tragic death and investigation of Gus Fring occurred, there are "a whole lot of questions. Not much in the way of answers." However, people possess and continually express their opinions via the web. One answer is communicated by David D. Burstein, after an in-depth interview with Gilligan, who comments on his blog post:
--TIP # 2 - MAKE IT YOUR MISSION TO SURPRISE
Burstein, D. D. (2012, July 16). 3 Storytelling Tips From. Retrieved January 17, 2018, from https://www.fastcompany.com/1681158/3-storytelling-tips-from-breaking-bad-creator-vince-gilligan