Go Deaf with Queens Of The Stone Age.
After spending five seasons watching Walter White transform from timid high school chemistry teacher to New Mexican drug lord on AMC's Breaking Bad, many theories have emerged regarding how the series will end.
Some of our favorites? The one where Walt's meth lab blows up and kills every character from the show except shiesty lawyer Saul Goodman, who goes on to have his own spinoff next year, and the one where Walt turns on his cohorts, enters the witness protection plan, and we find out how Malcolm and the Middle starts.
No matter what happens, though, we know that, after tonight's finale, there will most definitely be a Breaking Bad-shaped void in our lives that needs filling.
Good thing, then, that there's so much going on this week.
Breaking Bad Watching Party at Granada Theater
What's my name?
Yip Deceiver at The Foundry
Color me in.
Lewis Black at Bass Performance Hall
Red, White and Screwed.
Oral Fixation at Hamon Hall
Featuring the best stories from Season Two.
The Naked and Famous at House of Blues
It's what we want.
India.Arie at South Side Ballroom
It's the little things.
Tuesday Night Trash at Texas Theatre
This month, they're screening Dr. Caligari.
Tommy Emmanuel at Majestic Theatre
He's the best guitar player to ever to come from Australia. Eat your heart out, Angus!
WARDANCE at Crown and Harp
Get your post-punk/death-rock on.
Dallas Stars vs Florida Panthers at American Airlines Center
Kicking off the 2013 season.
Hank III at Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
He's here to put the dick back in Dixie.
Girls Rock Dallas Benefit at eM the Venue
Featuring Amanda Palmer.
Richard Buckner, Brent Best, Ralph White at Rubber Gloves
Pop That at the It'll Do with special guest Brenmar
Ain't nothing wrong with a little bump and grind.
Shuggie Otis at Kessler Theater
Laughing, smiling, loving, get on down.
Soundings: New Music at The Nasher
Classical tradition. Musical innovation.
An Evening With Molly Ringwald at State Fair of Texas
Apparently she's a jazz singer now.
Mint Condition at Medusa
Nothing left to say.
The Pretty Reckless at House of Blues
Light me up.
Queens of the Stone Age at Verizon Theatre
Go with the flow.
Franz Ferdinand at House of Blues
Take me out.
Dawes at South Side Music Hall
Canned Festival at Downtown Denton
25 Breweries, 50 Cans, 7 Bands.
Grambling vs Prairie View A&M at the Cotton Bowl
Dane Cook at Majestic Theatre
Caution: His jokes are harmful if swallowed.