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YEAH, B*TCH! MAGNETS!!!
We met up with the entire Breaking Bad cast at Comic-Con this weekend and one of our favorite HIGHlights was finally meeting uber hot Aaron Paul who plays the beautifully adorable and endearing Jesse Pinkman on the AMC hit show.
And, yes, he gave us one of his classic Jesse Pinkman "Yo, yo, yo bitch" lines that had us squealing with delight and wanting to throw some fat stacks of cash at him!! Ch-ch-check out a shout-out from our main man representing the ABQ (above)!!
But first, find out what the cast had to say, including everyone from Aaron to Mr. Walter White himself, Bryan Cranston, to the mastermind behind it all, creator Vince Gilligan, when they gave us some delicious insider scoop into the upcoming (and final - waaaah!) season of our favorite meth-dealing characters.
When asked if Jesse will figure out who poisoned Brock at the end of Season 4, Aaron replied:
"Jesse realizes that Gus is not the one who was behind the poisoning of Brock. Did he deserve to die still? He was still feeling a little guilty. I don't think he was looking at Walt as thank you for saving our lives. This season he sees that it isn't just about money for Walter White, there's something else driving him through this madness. He gets a little terrified of him at a certain point."
And why he thinks Jesse continues to team up with Walt despite everything he's done:
"Friendship, father, a connection, a partnership. He loves just having someone next to him. He doesn't really have anybody. He's alone. The people he does have, Andrea and Brock, that's just somebody he can take of, that makes him feel good. But he also wants someone to take care of him."
Heisenberg himself, Bryan Cranston revealed what it's been like working on the fifth and final season of the show:
"Completing filming felt more stressful than anything they've done."
Which, Aaron resplied:
"The whole season feels like [Season 4’s] Crawl Space."
LOLz! Yikes!! Super creepy!
And, finally, does Vince know how it will all end??? He says:
"No I did not know from the beginning. I had a very vague and general idea of what I wanted to have happen. Even that has been a work in progress and evolved as the seasons have gone by. It's gotten a lot darker and richer than I ever thought it would or could."
We're just crossing our fingers that Jesse Pinkman and Saul Goodman make it out alive! Yes, we love you too, Bob Odenkirk!!
More things to look forward to this season include a new location in Germany (so mysterious!!) and the return of Badger and Skinny Pete!! EFF YESSSSHHH!!! Don't forget to check out Breaking Bad on AMC Sunday nights!!!!!!!!