Noting that the buzzing/lighting cliche made it to broadcast does not involve reading minds. That is purely something you made up to levy a bit of a personal attack. Agreed, although I think his talents were a bit wasted on all the grimacing/squinting. I liked how he played the morally superior, ultra uptight world-class attorney who was not as together as he thought he was. Cranston may be the weakest of the bunch, but his career sure took off with Walt in a way the others will not be able to.