'Breaking Bad' Fans Freak Out Over Bryan Cranston's "Legendary" Super Bowl Commercial

‘Breaking Bad’ Fans Freak Out Over Bryan Cranston’s “Legendary” Super Bowl Commercial

breaking Bad fans, you’ll want to prepare for the ultimate TV reunion.

In front of Super Bowl 2023food company PopCorners recruited actors Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul to reprise their characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in a Super Bowl Advertising ventilate during the soccer game. In the one minute ad, the duo ride in the show’s iconic motorhome as Walter watches his former business partner eat samples of the popular brand. Meanwhile, Jesse promotes the snack saying he has an idea who would be the best person to sell the snacks to.

“Yo, those are bombs!” Jesse tells Walter in the clip. “Mr. White! Everyone will want a taste – and I know the guy to talk to.”

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But the breaking Bad the reunion does not stop there. The commercial quickly pivots to a confrontation between Jesse, Walter and You better call Saul character Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) in the middle of the desert. During this interaction, Walter utters a version of his famous line: “Say. Their. Name.” After getting some taste approval from Tuco, they agree to make a deal…with a few changes as well.

When fans saw Bryan and Aaron return to the screen as Walter and Jesse, they immediately started sharing words of excitement on social media. Most importantly, people couldn’t help but comment on how much they loved the whole place.

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“This is probably one of the best commercials I’ve ever seen,” one person wrote on YouTube. “As a big fan of breaking Bad And You better call Saul series, this ad is such a brilliant parody. LOVE IT!” said another. “The fact that the ad takes the source material seriously, with no fast cuts or catchy corporate music, is what makes it legendary,” another user asked.

Viewers weren’t the only ones thrilled to see breaking Bad resurrected for a Super Bowl commercial. While speaking For Additional about returning to Walter White, Bryan loved being able to do it again.

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“I had the opportunity to bring Walter White into the business,” he told the outlet. “I did it for Aaron’s movie The path then again for You better call Saul. We were able to come back and every time we think, ‘This is the last time we’ll do this’, and then PopCorners calls and it was like, ‘Well, we’ll do this for a while.’”

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As Entertainment and News Editorial Assistant for Good Housekeeping, Adrianna (her) writes about everything TV, movies, music and pop culture. She graduated from Yeshiva University with a BA in Journalism and a minor in Business Management. She covers shows like The recruit, 9-1-1 And Grey’s Anatomyalthough when she’s not watching the latest show on Netflix, she’s taking up martial arts or drinking way too much coffee.

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