One Universe Two Worlds: Breaking Bad Is A Prequel To The Walking Dead
Breaking Bad, a drama with living human beings and The Walking Dead a drama with dead ones would have nothing in common to a normal human eye but that’s where you’re wrong.
While it may be hard to wonder how a meth-fused drama is connected with the end of the universe, a number of clues over the years have surfaced on the internet making it very possible that the two universe seemingly so different from each other are actually the same.
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And there are theories supporting the cause, things that the naked human eye or ear have let go unnoticed but very much exist.
If it still seems unlikely, you’re about to find out that it’s most definitely not.
The Prequel To Zombies
The fact that The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad could belong in the same universe is not something that was easy to digest. But the theory now famously referred to as the “The Breaking Dead Theory” has been circulating on the internet for a while. And there are reasons for it.
In the third season of The Walking Dead the character Madison (Kim Dickens) and Qualtega (Michael Greyeyes) walk in to a supermarket where the sing “Negro y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg” is playing in the background. Now, the Ballad holds a very specific importance as we can hear the same ballad playing in Breaking Bad season 2.
Another clue was when in Breaking Bad Walt buys a car for Walt Junior in Season 4 and is near identical to the one driven by fresh-faced Glenn (Steven Yeun) in The Walking Dead Season 1. Evidence doesn’t stop there: When Skylar orders Walt to take the car back he takes it to “Glenn’s Car Lot” (Yeah, that’s true.)
And if this isn’t enough, in the ninth season of The Walking Dead Alpha sings a lullaby for her daughter- the 1939 song “Lydia the Tattooed Lady” and Breaking Bad will remember this song very well. It’s the same tone that rings when drug distributer Lydia calls Creepy Todd in the series finale.
Two Worlds: Same Universe
Well, seems like the makers of The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad have put in some real effort and thought behind how the two universe are connected. The Walking Dead alone, a show running for ten seasons consists of more than one universe so Breaking Bad in the mix is easily imaginable.
And we have saved the best for last.
What if The Walking Dead Universe was set in motion by the Meth from Breaking Bad?
As sinister as this theory may sound it is a very likely outcome. Blue Sky could be the reason for an on-set for the Zombie apocalypse. Meth being the reason Zombies now pose a threat to end human life is not a far reach, Meth couldn’t really being anything worthwhile into this world now could it? Except Breaking Bad of course.
Now that it’s confirmed that Breaking Bad is indeed a prequel to The Walking Dead the one question in everyone’s mind is if we are going to get more of these two together.
Do you to see the one universe two worlds crossing each other’s path in a more obvious-creating television history way?
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This strangely convincing idea that the two shows are connected didn’t just stop there, there were numerous other reasons for thinking so.