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Go Inside the ‘Breaking Bad’ Writers’ Room

In his book Difficult Men, Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad, Brett Martin went inside the writers’ rooms of some of television’s most critically acclaimed dramas. Now Uproxx has posted a few images from Breaking Bad’s script lab, and for fans of the show, the photos are pretty incredible. In addition to some interesting trivia, like the fact that the show is written in a non-descript office part that says “Delphi Information Sciences Corporation” and the writers have a library of crime books on hand, the pictures show the process of how each episode is created. Using a well-organized note-card system, the team crafts each scene and explores new plotlines. The images even show a handful of abandoned script ideas that never made it past the note-card phase …

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