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Breaking down 'Breaking Bad'

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Here's an assessment of how Walter White became HeisenbergBy Kenny Herzog Special to MSN TVCharacter development can be a kind of scientific experiment, which is particularly apropos in the case of "Breaking Bad" protagonist, anti-hero and villain Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston. Over the course of four and a half seasons, we've witnessed this unassuming high school chemistry teacher and father undergo a radical transformation into a murderous drug kingpin with enemies on both sides of the law -- most notably, as of where we left off, his narc brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris), who had an epiphany about Walt's criminality while on the toilet. Bing: More about Bryan Cranston | 'Breaking Bad'How do you think "Breaking Bad" will end? Connect and sound off on Facebook and Twitter"Breaking Bad" returns Sunday, Aug. 11, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.(AMC)
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