The show was such a cultural phenomenon; it has been hard for some viewers to let it go, though apparently not as hard as it has been for its star Bryan Cranston, who Aaron Paul discovered living in the show’s iconic RV while promoting Omaze‘s the newest campaign.
In what is the single funniest video from the fundraising company ever, Aaron Paul stopped by the Breaking Bad RV to announce Omaze’s new campaign that will send one grand prize winner to cook
meth breakfast with him and Bryan Cranston inside the vehicle they made famous. Cranston won’t have far to travel to be a part of it though, because it turns out he hasn’t been able to fully give up the dream of reviving his most famous character.
He’s…he’s not in a good place.
And we thought we missed the show.
Look, we have Better Call Saul to scratch our Albuquerque crime itch, and there’s no logical way to bring Breaking Bad anyway, but please, please, please Vince Gilligan, make a mockumentary about these two trying to revive the series, because this is amazing.
As are the causes this campaign is raising money for. Proceeds will go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, whose “mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization,” as well as the Kind Campaign, “an internationally recognized nonprofit organization that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl bullying through their global movement, documentary film, in-school assemblies and educational curriculums.”
You can enter for as little as $10, though fans who donate more (which also gets you more entries) will also get great items like signed photos, scripts, and props, with the highest level of donations also taking home a hazmat suit worn on the show. Not a bad way to get over missing Breaking Bad.
But please, to whomever wins, we implore you to contribute one more good deed to the cause–empty that bucket.
What breakfast would be the most appropriate to cook with these two in the RV? Tell us the meth-od behind your choice in the comments below.
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