Taylor Cole Miller: Breaking Bad But 'Entertaining Good' -- Cause Placement in the Media
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He watches the computer monitor over his son's shoulder as web-embedded images from his life scroll across the screen interluded with tributes typed over a jarring green background spattered with stars. He's a father, a husband, and a teacher, the headline announces; he's Walter White, and he's "in trouble. It's lung cancer."
As Walter White, Jr. (Junior), presents his website to his father, his mother, and his aunt, the immediate sense emoted is touching: Walt's face reveals his admiration, his adoration, and his deep-seeded pride in what his son is able to accomplish given the limits of the Cerebral Palsy that restrains him. But when his aunt whispers out the link to the site, "SaveWalterWhite.com," Walt's countenance quickly changes from honored humility to tentative panic: "Uh, wait a minute. You're not asking for money, are you, son?" he questions. "Ye-yeah, that's the whole idea" ("Phoenix").
Although Walter White stumbles in and out of wealth at the hands o
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