By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - "Breaking Bad" fans are breaking mad about the way they're being charged for their favorite show on iTunes. Well, one of them is, anyway — but he's angry enough to sue, and he wants other irked "Breaking Bad" followers to join him. Apple has been hit with a class-action lawsuit by a Cleveland man angry that iTunes is charging separately for the final eight episodes of the AMC meth drama under iTunes' Season Pass program. "When a consumer buys a ticket to a football game, he does not have to leave at halftime," the lawsuit — filed in U.S. District Court in California on Friday — reads. "When a consumer buys a ‘Season Pass' to a full season of a television show on iTunes, that consumer should get access to the whole season." The suit goes on to tell the tale of Noam Lazebnik, MD, and his son-in-law, Jeremy Tor, who ordered the fifth and final season of "Breaking Bad," only to find out that they were only given access to the first eight episodes. (The fifth season of "Breaking Bad" was broken up into two eight-episode parts split up by nearly a year, with the second half premiering on AMC last month.) According to the suit, the fifth season of "Breaking Bad" has consistently been billed as 16 episodes, and iTunes promised that its Season Pass package for "Breaking Bad" included "all current and future episodes of ‘Breaking Bad Season 5.'" However, the complaint says, Apple later changed the characterization of the last eight episodes as a "Final Season," and dinged fans for another fee. The suit alleges breach of contract, violation of the Calfornia Consumers Legal Remedies Act, and violation of the California Unfair Competition Act. The complaint asks that Apple compensate those who purchased the Season Pass for "Breaking Bad," whether or not they ultimately decided to pay for the final eight episodes or not.
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‘He could’ve ended his career’: Grayson Allen’s flagrant foul on Alex Caruso draws the ire of Chicago Bulls coach Billy Donovan after a 94-90 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks
Billy Donovan was steaming after the Chicago Bulls’ 94-90 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night, but the coach’s ire wasn’t directed at his players. Donovan was upset about Bucks guard Grayson Allen’s flagrant-2 foul on Alex Caruso and called on the league to investigate. With 5 minutes, 45 seconds left in the third, Caruso went up for a driving dunk when he was fouled by Allen and fell ...
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- Yahoo Sports
Dick Butkus wants to throw Aaron Rodgers off Twitter.
- Country Living
With 12 seasons portraying Danny Reagan on the hit show Blue Bloods under his belt, it's safe to say Donnie Wahlberg is comfortable in front of the camera. But some fans may not know about his behind-the-scenes work.
- Celtics Wire
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- NBC Sports
Earlier in the game, a frustrated Curry kicked a chair.
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- Associated Press
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- USA TODAY Sports
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- Good Housekeeping
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- The Daily Beast
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- Tacoma News Tribune
A wall of water 60 feet high could hit some coastal areas of Washington state.
- Footwear News
On Friday, Kate Upton shared a photo from girls night with her bestie. The model donned a short patterned dress with an orange clutch and strappy sandals.
- The Daily Beast
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