'Breaking' Point

King, Stephen
March 2009
Entertainment Weekly;
The article presents the author's opinions regarding the second season of the television program "Breaking Point." A synopsis of the television program is presented. The way in which drug use plays into the lives of the characters on the show is discussed. Possible reasons why the television network American Movie Classics Co. decided to run the series are mentioned.


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