Watch: Aaron Paul Discovers Bryan Cranston Living in Breaking Bad's RV

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Hard times have fallen on Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.

In a promo clip for an Omaze charity supporting the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Kind Campaign, Breaking Bad veteran Aaron Paul finds his former co-star Bryan Cranston living in the iconic RV used during the series on the Sony lot.


The comedic promo has a bedraggled Cranston mistakenly believe Paul is planning to relaunch the Emmy Award-winning AMC series as his co-star realizes the past five years since the series finale haven't been kind to the man who was Walter White. As the clip continues, Cranston realizes Paul's career hasn't exactly been successful since the acclaimed drama ended either.

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This year marks the tenth anniversary since Breaking Bad premiered on AMC from creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan. Following the adventures of terminally ill high school teacher Walter White who turns to cooking meth to provide for his family after he dies, the cable series ran for five seasons ultimately winning sixteen Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes, and two Peabody Awards. A spinoff prequel series, Better Call Saul, premiered in 2015 on AMC also created by Gilligan and is expected to return for its fourth season on August 6.

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The tenth anniversary Omaze campaign has two lucky winners fly out to Los Angeles and cook a meal with Cranston and Paul in the RV. In addition to the charity campaign, the main cast of Breaking Bad along with Gilligan are scheduled to appear on Conan this week to reflect on their work on the series.

For more information about the Omaze campaign to support the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Kind Campaign and to help contribute, please visit the Breaking Bad Omaze website.

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