If you haven't seen the finale of "Breaking Bad" yet or are just sick of the torrents of think-pieces, analyses and general bloviation currently jamming up the Internet's series of tubes, Tom Gammill of The Doozies has just the cartoon for you.
Elegant yet rich in nutrients as well as poetic feeling, it encapsulates what we are all feeling at this, the close of an august era the likes of which we shall not soon see again. And hey, it makes a good case for the head on the tortoise getting its own spin-off.
Finally, we have to admire the way Gammill has masterfully avoided referencing the shocking reveal of the series' end game, in which we realize that the whole thing had been the daydream of Bryan Cranston's character as he stared into a snowglobe during his first round of chemo, after which he went home to his family from "Malcolm in the Middle." That'll do, Doozies, that'll do.