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'Breaking Bad': Live video chat with Aaron Paul on Wednesday

August 12, 2013|By Yvonne Villarreal
  • Actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston attends The Film Society of Lincoln Center and AMC Celebration of "Breaking Bad" final episodes at The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theatre in New York City.
Actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston attends The Film Society of Lincoln… (Neilson Barnard / Getty…)

Join two-time Emmy-winning "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul for a live video chat on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Pacific time.

As the chemistry teacher-turned-meth king in AMC's dark drama, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has turned many heads -- and done away with a few. But it's his street-savvy student-turned-partner Jesse Pinkman (Paul) that has, oddly, brought some much-needed heart to the series. He's undergone quite the transformation in the show's run -- from punk drug dealer to the wounded conscience of the series.

The second half of the fifth and final season debuted Sunday night -- in it, there's a lot less "yo!" and funny one-liners coming from Pinkman, and a lot more agonized reflection as he starts to question everything.

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We'll talk to Paul about the end of the run, where Pinkman is headed this season, his favorite Pinkman moments, and why-oh-why he didn't stop by our neighborhood when he made it rain money in the streets. We promise not to tread lightly.

But don't let us have all the fun. If there's a question you're itching to ask Paul, we welcome it. Just leave a comment below -- and don't forget to join us on Wednesday. We'll bring the magnets, you bring the science!

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