cheap timberland sale Bill Burr spoils the end of Breaking Bad
The 44 year old Massachusetts based comic has been grinding away for the past 20 years, establishing himself as a “comic’s comic.” Over the past few years, Burr has seen his fan base jump thanks to a unique Netflix first model of releasing his latest special, a hugely successful weekly podcast, and a role on a little show called Breaking Bad. But at the end of the day, he’s still the same angry guy. This week, Burr roles into town for two shows at the State Theatre that are guaranteed to have his signature gives no fucks attitude.
I’ll tell you how it ends. One person who you think Walt killed in the first couple of seasons shows back up. It’s actually someone from the plane crash who you’ve never met before. So anyways, that guy comes into the bathroom when Walt’s in there, drags him out, and cuffs him to a new Winnebago. Then he tells him he has to cook meth again. Then Hank shows up and is like, ‘You’re busted!’ and Walt goes, ‘I’m sorry!’ and Hank goes, ‘I forgive you.’ And then Walt looks straight into the camera and goes ‘That’s all folks!’ while the Looney Tunes music plays.
It’s unbelievable. When you sell out a theater, you know those people are there to see you and not just ‘a comedy show’ like people who go to the clubs. In the club, you get people who don’t know who the fuck you are. In theaters, they know you. But that brings a whole other set of expectations and pressures. In clubs, you have low expectations but higher chances of having people yell shit at you. In theaters, it’s like ‘you better be good or I’m going to trash you on the internet.’ I look at doing theater shows as a responsibility to be better and give people my best.