The hit AMC television series “Breaking Bad” ends this summer.  Starring Bryan Cranston as “Heisenberg,” it co-stars Aaron Paul who portrays “Jesse” on the show.  While a family was on tour in Los Angeles from Ireland, Paul left his home to greet them at their van.  See the clip below, apologies for the doughnut w/ annoying commentator:

Aaron PaulThe series premiere for the finale season of “Breaking Bad” airs on August 11th.  The final eight episodes are sure to be up to devoted fans expectations.  At a recent forum in Queens, New York, creator Vince Gilligan sat and had a chat with reporter Charlie Rose according to the L-A Times.  The event was a kick-off ceremony for the exhibit “From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White’s Transformation in ‘Breaking Bad’.  About the ending of the show, Gilligan expressed “‘Breaking Bad’ was always much more of a finite construct…  Most T-V shows are designed by their nature to be open-ended, to be indefinite, to go on forever.  It’s hard to get a T-V show going, and once you get it going, you don’t want it to end and I didn’t want ‘Breaking Bad’ to end.  But I knew creatively when your self-imposed franchise, as was the case in ‘Breaking Bad,’ is to take your protagonist and turn him into your antagonist, that is a continuum you’ve just ascribed for yourself, and there’s only so bad that bad could be.  By its very nature this is something that has a limited shelf life…  I’m very happy with the ending,”

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