Community Outreach Programs Established Nationwide To Help "Breaking Bad" Fans Cope With Withdrawals From Favorite T.V. Show

Funny story written by Tony Bagodonutz

Monday, 30 September 2013

BREAKING BAD aired its final episode over the weekend, leaving many fans, desperate, alone, and distraught.

Outreach programs are being set up throughout the nation to ease woes.

"We see this as a time to really put our best foot forward and help these folks assimilate back into their former lifestyles, their pre-"Breaking Bad" lives," stated Ivanna Savue, coordinator for the new program, Putting It Back Together-What To Do After "Breaking Bad" Breaks Apart

"Now what am I going to do with my time, when I am wide awake, throughout the night?" asked Joe Twaktout, a devoted fan of the show.

Many fans are already experiencing the ravages of withdrawal from their favorite show.

"Yeah, of course, we can watch old episodes on Neflix. We can watch the previous shows we've DVR'd. We can take apart our T.V. We can put it back together again, but it's never quite the same is it? Nothing better than a fresh new episode to get you going," Twaktout explained.

Ms. Savue commented, "We know there's a long road ahead, but we are fired up and ready to crank up our philanthropical pipes."

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