Newly-minted The Voice judge Gwen Stefani's fashion line, L.A.M.B., has been going strong since its launch in February 2004. The women's apparel brand, which made its runway debut in September 2005, has been dishing out apparel, shoes, and handbags ever since — but where did the name come from?
L.A.M.B. is an acronym for Love, Angel, Music, Baby, the same name as her first solo album, which hit stores in September 2004. As for the meaning of Gwen's string of words… we can't really help you there, although we've been Gwen fans for a while. Perhaps she'll give us some insight when she takes the red chair as a coach on The Voice Season 7!
Both Walking Dead and Breaking Bad are critically-acclaimed AMC series with a penchant for ultraviolence, that's for sure. Plus, they shared a headline recently when Neilson named them the top two shows in Twitter buzz for the past TV season! But do they exist in the same universe?
So far, this is just a fan theory, based on a series of Easter eggs and nods to Breaking Bad in TWD. The rumor hit the big time in late March 2014, when a feature published on HitFixdetailed a vast collection of Breaking Bad references in the zombie thriller… but the speculation had already started in earnest by the end of 2011.
That first correlation between the series? Not many noticed it, but in Season 1, Episode 2: "Guts," Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) steals a red Dodge Challenger exactly like the one Walter buys for his son, Walt Jr. (R.J. Mitte), in Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6: "Cornered." But hey, that could just be a shared prop, and besides, Walt Jr.'s Challenger exploded the very next episode, so Glenn couldn't have stolen the same Challenger.
Fans of both series started scratching their heads, though, when Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus)'s brother Merle had a bag of methamphetamine in Season 2, Episode 2: "Bloodletting," colored a very distinct blue — the same blue color of the meth that Walter White (Bryan Cranston) brews in Breaking Bad. But you know, whatever. Just a wink.
Still, the blue meth was the first super-blatant similarity between the series, and viewers started getting a little more eagle-eyed. So fans were waiting for it when the trifecta of potential Breaking Bad references completed itself: Merle's drug dealer that Daryl describes to Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) in Season 4, Episode 12: "Still" sounds just like Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), "bitch" catchphrase and all.
Short answer: It's up to you. If you want Breaking Bad to be a TWD prequel, all you have to do is believe.
Here's what we do know: Rumors first broke that Ashton and Mila were moving in together in February 2013, when a source told Us Weekly that Mila would be shacking up in Ashton's Hollywood Hills mansion while her own digs were being remodeled. We never really got follow-up about whether that arrangement was permanent, or even happened in the first place, but last month Ashton put that house on the market for $12 million.
We can pretty safely assume they're living together now, whether or not they're all settled in their new digs — after all, Mila tells Ellen DeGeneres that Ashton keeps "our secondary fridge" stocked with pickles, not "my secondary fridge."