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Full-length Breaking Bad title sequence features even more periodic-table goodness

Full title sequences are going the way of the live studio audience in television, especially in dramas, which increasingly use only a title card (HBO excepted). That said, Breaking Bad has one of the cooler title cards in the game… but it would be a hell of a lot cooler if it were a minute longer, as evidenced by this clip by YouTube user JamesMontalbano, which extends Breaking Bad’s periodic-table-based title card into a full opening-credits sequence. It's pretty neat... although were it real, that would mean one minute less of Breaking Bad every week, so perhaps it's better it remains in the Internet's imagination. (The music, we should note, was composed by Dave Porter.)

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