Before taking the stage, Julia Louis-Dreyfus made out with Bryan Cranston. Earlier in the broadcast, Cranston and Dreyfus joked about the actor’s guest appearance on “Seinfeld,” where he kissed Dreyfus’ character, Elaine.
"Breaking Bad" may have left us, but thanks to camera operator Andy Voegeli, we’re getting a behind-the-scenes look at the critically-acclaimed AMC drama. Voegeli started tweeting photos — they’re awesome and will make you feel all sorts of emotions — and said he has some from all five seasons of "Breaking Bad" and wants to share them with fans.
"Breaking Bad" final 8 episodes key art.
This is Bryan Cranston. He did voices of “Power Rangers” monsters.
One of Bryan Cranston’s “Breaking Bad” final season scripts was stolen from his car. Oh boy. It has yet to be recovered.
"Breaking Bad" is coming to an end, but fear not, it’s going to be a “roller coaster ride to hell,” according to Bryan Cranston.
In HuffPost TV’s exclusive video above, the cast takes viewers behind the scenes of the final “Breaking Bad” episodes.
Remember when “Jane Kaczmarek” went on Twitter and said she was going to be on “Breaking Bad”? That wasn’t the former “Malcolm in the Middle” star tweeting. She doesn’t have a Twitter.
"I’m not going to be on the show ‘Breaking Bad,’" Kaczmarek said during a recent HuffPost Live appearance.
Here’s what really happened, as Kaczmarek explained on HuffPost Live. The actress’ 13-year-old son George is a big “Breaking Bad” fan and for Christmas, Kaczmarek arranged for a set visit with Cranston. “Bryan made George an extra in the show. It was in a Mexican restaurant, so for a 13-year-old kid to be an extra and also to be able to eat Mexican food all day … But in the next couple of days, I got an email from Bryan saying, ‘Nice Twitter.’ And I thought, ‘What?’ and I asked my son George and he didn’t know anything about it …”
HuffPost TV has learned Jane Kaczmarek will be involved in “Breaking Bad” DVD extras.