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'Ozymandias' - As Read by Bryan Cranston
September 13, 2013  | By Eric Gould
 
Sunday's upcoming Breaking Bad episode is entitled Ozymandias, after the 19th century poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Last July, Vince Gilligan told an audience at the TimesCenter in New York that it "may be the best episode we've ever done". Given the track record of the series, that's something to look forward to. The poem warns of how all leaders eventually fall, blind to their own arrogance. Actor Bryan Cranston's reading is haunting, as is the Bad montage along with it... with Walt's trademark pork pie hat in tatters. Three more episodes, and the landmark series is done. –EG

 
 
 
 
 
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