Friday, September 4, 2015

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul team up for hilarious Emmys spoof with Julia Louis-Dreyfus


It has been almost a year since we last saw Walter White and Jesse Pinkman on screen together, but the meth-making Breaking Bad duo are back together again, this time playing a slimy father and son team to promote the upcoming Emmys.

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In a spoof of reality TV show Pawn Stars, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul play sketchy pawnshop owners Buzz and Randy Jackson. They’re visited by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who is trying to pawn her Emmy Award (she won one for Seinfeld, one for The New Adventures of Old Christine, and two for Veep) to buy her own island.

But in true Breaking Bad style, there is a twist, so watch the whole video above, and can someone please make “Barely Legal Pawn” a real show?

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The 66th Primetime Emmys airs Monday, Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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Isabelle Raphael
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