Everyone (and every website and publication) is damply anticipating the Sunday return of AMC's Breaking Bad. Rachel Syme, writing for The New Yorker's Culture Desk blog, penned this look at Walter White's home town of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In other news, here's the rest of this weekend's catch-up reading:

Sarah Nicole Prickett, writing for Artforum, digs into the new porno biopic Lovelace to make some strong points about women on screen and sex.

Todd VanDerWerff, at The A.V. Club, offers a new way of looking at Breaking Bad's leaps of logic.

Dan Callahan, for RogerEbert.com, remembers Karen Black, who acted in such classics as Trilogy of Terror and Easy Rider.

Woody Allen, who needs no introduction, gives Esquire some words to live by.

It's not related to TV or film, but you need to know about the ghost rapes of Bolivia, chronicled by Jean Friedman-Rudovsky for Vice.

Nick Schager explains why most modern action movies suck over at RogerEbert.com.

Capping off The O.C. 10-year anniversary madness, Steven Hyden breaks down the show's relationship with indie rock for Grantland.