Here’s Damien Rice’s Cannonball, which played at the end of the episode, starting when the cakes came in. I am still in the process of understanding the lyrics and that means it’s pretty deep, yo. Enjoy!
Now with Melanie gone, I guess there’d be no romantic interest for Cameron… yet. I think they’re setting him up for Molly, I mean, duh? But even if that’s not the case, I don’t mind loveless Cam because I just love Bret Harrison. Heehee. Enjoy!
Finally, Cam gets a shot at Melanie! Enjoy!
I haven’t aired out my impressions on the first episode of the second season so here goes: I loved it! I guess I’ll just love anything with Bret Harrison in it. I thought I was gonna get pissed at the new cast addition but in true Breaking In fashion, it was still funny though I think I will seriously miss Dutch. Anyway, Megan Mullally’s character hasn’t irked me that much in the first episode and her British assistant had almost no screentime but I’m still wary because Mullally’s character has the tendency to be over-the-top. I mean, Breaking In is over-the-top but it is so cool and slick but Megan Mullally’s over-the-topness borders on irritating so yeah. Anyway, enjoy!
Remember when I blogged it back then that Breaking In’s being renewed for a second season? Well, time flies so fast and we’re one week away from seeing the gang again on March 6 (7 for me). Sadly, this reunion isn’t that rosy-colored as Trevor Moore aka Josh and Michael Rosenbaum aka Dutch won’t be part of the gang anymore. Instead, they’re gonna be replaced by Megan Mullally as Ronnie, the new boss of Contra Security, and Erin Richards as Molly, her assistant.
I should be happy, right? Because Bret Harrison is still here and I miss him so much. But after seeing the previews two weeks ago (and yes, sorry, I’m only posting them now), I was missing the old gang. I love Cash and Melanie should still be there since she’s Cameron’s love interest but I think it isn’t the same without Josh and Dutch around. They are SO FREAKIN’ funny that, sigh. I’ll still watch the show but if the promos show anything, it’s like Bret Harrison gets put in the back-burner while it turns into a Megan Mullally show. Maybe that’s just me that isn’t happy about it because I honestly don’t know Megan Mullally and I don’t think I’d like her British assistant too. And what’s great about the first season was that yes, Bret Harrison gets top billing and he’s the lead, but in its essence, it’s an ensemble cast. But now it seems like Megan Mullally’s the center of the show. I hope that’s just in the previews or at least just in the pilot. I maybe biased but I generally dislike her character when I see them in movies and shows. Oh well, here’s hoping that I can still find enjoyment and love this show amidst the changes. Everything and everyone’s gotta grow, I guess.
I was SO BUMMED when they cancelled it last May. And HOW DID I NOT KNOW THAT THEY BROUGHT IT BACK TO LIFE LAST AUGUST? Must be how busy I was back then that I didn’t know. And, I thought it was cancelled so I never really checked it again. But now, IT’S BACK!
Bret Harrison is and FOREVER will be my favorite actor for slacker/underachiever roles. Plus, I LOVE LOVE LOVE BREAKING IN, it’s not even healthy. I mean, season 1 had seven episodes. SEVEN EPISODES?! And I am this obsessed with it (thanks to Bret Harrison and the wonderful and amusing and funny ensemble). So, MY HEART IS FLUTTERING NOW AT THE THOUGHT OF SEEING BREAKING IN AGAIN. Sorry for the all caps, this is too much for me to take.
Anyway, Fox has renewed it and the second season will premiere on March 6. Bret Harrison, we meet again. ❤
CUE PICSPAM! (Too bad Trevor Moore isn’t in any of the pictures. He is SO FUNNY, especially when his brows were shaved. Haha!)