Walter White may be gone for the foreseeable future, but Breaking Bad fans still get to watch a beautiful friendship develop between Mike and Saul. Sort of.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul is pissed that Toys R Us has stopped selling action figures from the show at the behest of a concerned Florida mom. Like costar Bryan Cranston, Paul took to Twitter to defend the toys, pointing out that the toy chain sells plenty of things more harmful to kids than a Jesse Pinkman doll. And furthermore, "yeah, bitch."
Kuntal Patel, 37, is currently on trial in the UK for the attempted murder of her mother, whom she allegedly poisoned with abrin after seeing a similar stunt on Breaking Bad. The ricin-esque substance was purchased with bitcoin on a dark web site and delivered to a friend's home, disguised in a candle.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul discussed the strange circumstances under which he came into the world—with his mom, alone, delivering him prematurely on her bathroom floor.
During a Breaking Bad marathon last night, AMC slipped in a few seconds of the show's upcoming spin-off Better Call Saul, which is set to bow in February. It features Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) making a lame joke comparing lawyers to health insurance. (I think the joke is that Saul makes bad jokes.)
In a case that launched a thousand Breaking Bad headlines, an IT teacher at a secondary school in Wales was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison after detectives discovered a sophisticated drug lab worth nearly $1.5 million in his house. He was caught with around $13,000 of cocaine at the time of his arrest.
If you think you were blown away by the Breaking Bad series finale, just imagine what it was like for the stars of the show to learn the fate of their own characters.
Before he was Walt, Bryan Cranston played Hal on Malcolm in the Middle. And before Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle, there was Newhart.