Vancouver-raised 'Breaking Bad' scribe celebrates Emmy nod for beloved episode
July 15, 2014
TORONTO - Canadian-raised writer Moira Walley-Beckett penned the heart-wrenching third-to-last episode in the decorated run of "Breaking Bad,"

an instalment called "Ozymandias" that has inspired such critical reverence that some have called it the greatest episode of TV drama of all time.

So Walley-Beckett perhaps couldn't credibly adopt the gob-smacked stance typical of the Hollywood award-nominated, but still insisted that she didn't expect the Emmy nod for outstanding writing for a drama series that came through Thursday morning.