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BREAKING BAD Cast Reunites at SDCC to Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary

Say their names. BREAKING BAD stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, Giancarlo Esposito, Bob Odenkirk, and Vince Gilligan (creator) are all together again.

Can you believe it’s been ten years since the television phenomenon Breaking Bad first aired on AMC? To commemorate the milestone, the cast and show creator headed to SDCC.

The fun started on Wednesday night, when they appeared on Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk show, Conan.

Bryan Cranston (Walter White) addressed the big question that still lingers in fans’ minds ten years later: Is Walter White really dead?

New father Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) is worried his daughter’s first word will be his character’s catchphrase:

Vince Gilligan (creator) revealed he’d thought about killing off Walter and Skyler’s son, Walter Jr.:

Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) and Conan O’Brien even got nostalgic about old times when they worked together:

The Breaking Bad stars also took the stage Thursday evening for their panel at SDCC:

The official Breaking Bad Twitter account live-tweeted the panel, keeping fans around the world updated on the best moments:

Are you yearning for the good ol’ Breaking Bad days yet? Good news, fans!

Through Omaze, you can donate to charity for the chance to win the experience of a lifetime. The prize this time around? Cooking with Cranston and Paul in the classic RV from the show!

Don’t have the best luck? Rest assured, there is still Breaking Bad nostalgia within your grasp! Better Call Saul‘s (Breaking Bad‘s spin-off and prequel following Saul Goodman) upcoming fourth season will be set in the same time as Breaking Bad took place. As reported by Entertainment Weekly, “Better Call Saul, which began its story in the year 2002, will venture somewhere it never has before — and somewhere that surely will intrigue/delight fans: into the Breaking Bad era, which was set from 2008 to 2010.”

Will fans get the cameos they are so desperate to see?

Tune into Better Call Saul‘s season premiere August 6th on AMC to start looking!


(Cover photo credit: Hollywood Reporter)

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