The first time I met Bryan Cranston, he was standing in his underwear. We were doing a photo shoot for a little-known network called AMC, and he was in a rubber chemistry apron, tighty whities and desert boots, while I was in an impeccably tailored 1960s suit, with slicked-back hair and a cigarette dangling from my mouth. Our shows hadn’t premiered yet. We were simply two actors, in costume and out of context. He was friendly, funny, gregarious, humble and lovely.
Don Draper on Walter White for the TIME 100
"Competition is obviously preferable to a monopoly. Yet without the existing system, it’s hard to imagine that the quality war will rage on. Will there be enough content providers willing to gamble on expensive programs with big stars, lavish wardrobe budgets and huge overhead — only to sell episodes online for less than a dollar? If there are no oligopolistic profits, no cartel monetizing our eager anticipation, will there be as much great stuff to watch? For people, like me, addicted to not only ‘Breaking Bad’ but also ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Killing,’ ‘Homeland’ and others, this future is scary because the answer is probably no." -Adam Davidson on The ‘Mad Men’ Economic Miracle
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"Competition is obviously preferable to a monopoly. Yet without the existing system, it’s hard to imagine that the quality war will rage on. Will there be enough content providers willing to gamble on expensive programs with big stars, lavish wardrobe budgets and huge overhead — only to sell episodes online for less than a dollar? If there are no oligopolistic profits, no cartel monetizing our eager anticipation, will there be as much great stuff to watch? For people, like me, addicted to not only ‘Breaking Bad’ but also ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Killing,’ ‘Homeland’ and others, this future is scary because the answer is probably no." -Adam Davidson on The ‘Mad Men’ Economic Miracle

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