Cranston and a trio of his costars: Aaron Paul (Jesse), Anna Gunn (Skyler), and, in her inaugural conversation with Bullz-Eye, Betsy Brandt (Marie). Esposito was unable to join us for a proper interview, but as you’ll see, one of his comments from the previous evening proved to be a recurring topic.) No, it’s somewhat of a relief, actually. I mean, they do plotline callbacks from three seasons back sometimes. What’s interesting is we appeal to a core audience that’s very committed and addicted to this show, much like the drug itself.
You know, it’s funny, because I really felt the love and happiness that a lot of people had for me when I won the first time. And in a way, by having such in-depth callbacks, it almost… But I’m so proud of it, that the stories are so true and rich, and the audience is really responding to it in a deep way. In all the shows I’ve done and everything, it’s, “Oh, yeah, you were great; yeah, I like that show; it’s fun.” But I’ve never had this type of, “No, I’m not kidding, this show is changing my life.” All of these just deeply rooted comments.
Lesson in opposites: Anna Gunn and Breaking Bad co-star Aaron Paul celebrated their Emmy wins in different ways on Tuesday, as Anna headed to her play in NY while Aaron enjoyed a leisurely lunch in LA 'To my wife, my God, thank you for marrying me,' he said.
'Thank you for dedicating your life to spreading kindness across the world. If you guys don’t know what she does, look up Kind Campaign.
Eventually her next big break was a big part on The Practice in 1997, where she appeared for 10 episodes.
, and, as such, we here at Bullz-Eye have been chomping at the bit for the return of “Breaking Bad” since the show cut to the credits immediately after we heard Jesse’s gun go off. And what’s good is when something happens that’s a surprise, but you think back and you know, “Oh, it was set up.
She may not have been as memorable as famous girlfriends like “they’re real and they’re spectacular,” “man hands” or “puffy shirt,” but she got her start there all the same.
The plot of the episode revolved around George thinking he sees Jerry’s girlfriend (Gunn) kissing his cousin across the street.
"Breaking Bad" is without a doubt one of the best shows to have ever been on TV.
As the final gut-wrenching episodes of the AMC series are rolling out, you've probably wondered how much the show's biggest stars earn as the biggest meth dealers in New Mexico.