Breaking Bad: Bryan Cranston discusses Jesse’s decision (SPOILERS)

by Martin


Breaking Bad is drawing to a close. Literally the show is coming to an end in just a few weeks but we’ve still got questions and there’s still a lot to be resolved before it ends.

Bryan Cranston has spoke on ‘Talking Bad’ (talk show which discusses each episode) about Jesse Pinkman’s (Aaron Paul) recent decision on the latest episode ‘To’hajiilee’.

Please be warned, clicking any further may present spoilers if you haven’t seen the most recent episode which aired on Sunday the 9th of September. If you don’t want to see any spoilers then DO NOT click any further. 

By now you’ll know all about ‘Breaking Bad’ – if you haven’t we’ll assume you’ve been hiding under a rock.

Basically the show follows Walter White (Bryan Cranston) a chemistry teacher who finds out he has lung cancer and his former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) who turn to creating and selling the world’s purest crystal meth.

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Speaking on ‘Talking Bad’ Bryan Cranston jokes about how Aarron Paul’s character ‘Jesse’ is a “filthy little rat” following his betrayal in the last episode when he works with DEA agent (and Walt’s brother in law) Hank to bring him to justice:

“He’s a rat! He broke the code,” he joked. “We fully embraced our criminality and all of a sudden that’s the one thing that you don’t do, you don’t rat and he ratted. He’s a filthy little rat.”

Bryan Cranston also spoke about how Walt’s mentality has changed over recent episodes: “Walt has changed. He used to be so methodical and had a scientific mind and now he’s much more emotional,” the actor said.


He continued: “This experience in these last two years of his life have created an emotional being which he was never really open to, so he’s impulsive, hence the shooting of Mike by being insulted by that.”

“The leaving of the book out, it was sloppy and it was careless and that’s what happened to him. It’s one of the ramifications of experiencing this whole trauma.”

AMC is airing the final episodes of Breaking Bad on Sunday nights while the UK get the next episode on the Monday morning on Netflix.

We all know how serious Breaking Bad is right? Well some creative person on YouTube has changed it about slightly and imagined what the show would be like on ABC as a sitcom.