At the End of the Day: Rethinking “Rent,” ‘Breaking Bad’ Shots, and Calling Spotify a Fart

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The dream of the '90s is alive!

The dream of the ’90s is alive!

The final Dave Bunting video essay on Breaking Bad‘s cinematography (Press Play)

An interview with wrestling legend George “The Animal” Steele (Figure Four Online)

Thom Yorke describes Spotify as “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse” (Uproxx)

Alyssa Rosenberg on why “Rent” hasn’t aged well, and Benny was actually the hero (Think Progress)

Speaking of ex-wrestlers, Duke “The Dumpster” Droese has been in some trouble with the law (Uproxx)

There’s a lawsuit over the original over the abominable Clint Eastwood baseball movie “Trouble With the Curve” (Hardball Talk)

 Wednesday’s bonkers episode of Law & Order SVU riffed on the Trayvon Martin shooting, the Paula Deen controversy and stop-and-frisk (

 Sinead O’Connor has written a letter to Miley Cyrus (Gawker)

South by Southwest will host a sports conference, with Bill Simmons and Nate Silver participating (Deadspin)

The most commonly mis-titled popular songs (11 Points)

If the “rap game” shut down the way the government did (Complex)

How to take all the violence and misogyny out of the new “Grand Theft Auto” game (Polygon)

A list of the Internet’s most vile websites (Kernelmag)

 Who is the real Tommy Wiseau? (The Verge)

An oral history of ESPN’s brief, controversial football drama Playmakers (TD Daily)

Five things you didn’t know about Seinfeld‘s “The Contest” (Warming Glow)

 The best opening scenes from movies (

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