For those of us who follow Aaron Paul on Twitter, we know that it is just a mixed bag of talking about how “crazy” new episodes of Breaking Bad are going to be, Jesse Pinkman quotes, linking to Breading Bad viral video parodies and asking why he was not asked to be a part of them, pictures of his stupid beautiful fiancée, and what I will lovingly categorize as “other.” It is a sweet Twitter feed of a person who is very much enjoying being a part of the very wonderful series Breaking Bad and having a stupid beautiful fiancée, and I would recommend it to anyone, unless you are a person who has a particular fantasy about what it might be like to marry Aaron Paul and that fantasy does not include your husband thinking and then tweeting things like this. If you are that kind of person DO NOT FOLLOW AARON PAUL ON TWITTER!! Trust me!!!!!! Don’t!!!!!!!!!!!!! In any case, a tweet that Aaron Paul tweeted last night has been going around the blogosphere this morning (haha, goodnight!!!!! That line was my Earth resignation.) for a reason that I can’t really put my finger on, since it is like every other tweet Aaron Paul has ever tweeted about Breaking Bad. (“The shit hits the fan in episode 3 shit’s about to get NUTS you guys don’t even know!” ) (I mean, it is obviously probably just because we haven’t heard anything new about Breaking Bad on the Internet in a few weeks and this is what the Internet does.) But since we must make pointless hay while the Aaron Paul Twitter sun shines onto our blogzones, LET’S MAKE THAT HAY! What do you think Aaron Paul experienced while reading the first episode of the final half of the final season of Breaking Bad? These are my guesses:

  • Diarrhea
  • His eyes felt like they were about to fall out of his skull and then they did fall out, but he put them back in and everything was fine and the episode actually wasn’t that crazy, now that his eyes were better adjusted.
  • A ghost visited him and said, “Aaron, follow Kelly Conaboy on Twitter” and pulled out all the drawers in his dresser and spilled the glass of water he was drinking, so I guess to express it with words he would say, “Crazy ghost thing, but cool & enlightening.”
  • A migrane like he’d never felt before.
  • The feeling where you know you’re going to have a sore throat soon.
  • His fiancée came into the room and said, “I’VE BEEN WEARING A MASK” and as it turns out she’s not so beautiful after all.

IDK. Just my guesses. Let me know if any of them were close, Aaron Paul!

Comments (19)
  1. i recently watched Gerhard Richter Painting on Netflix, and someone asked him to describe painting and he said something to the effect of “words cannot express a painting – a painting is an expressed thought in and of itself. it cannot be translated.” i like that. so I agree with Aaron Paul, even though he is a person with 2 first names, and therefore, is not to be trusted.

  2. He realized he’d been punk’d and that he wakes up next to Bob Newhart in bed back in Chicago.

  3. The missing piece of this puzzle is that he was reading it while riding an elevator in Brazil.

  4. Maybe the script was written in the fashion of Ikea instructions, and he just has no fucking idea whats going on. Hear me, Ikea?! Your instructions have room for improvements!

  5. He became a World Fair Champ on Farmville.

  6. When he first got the script he was all:

    and when he finished reading it he was like:

  7. He’s trying to find a polite way of saying “Why in the fuck is the final episode a shot-for-shot remake of the video for Gangnam Style? Hasn’t that meme been driven into the ground?”

  8. I really don’t appreciate the sexual objectification of this actor. It is demeaning to actors to treat them like nothing more than mere sex meat for your sex fantasies. Knock it off. Final warning.

  9. Yesterday when I was driving around, fixing up the details on my real-life Christmas Miracle, I saw Mt. Hood glowing pink and red because of the way the sun was setting and reflecting upon the snow. It was one of the more beautiful things I have ever seen in my life. I’m going to assume Aaron had a similar experience with the script. Just pictures and pictures of glowing snow-capped volcanoes… and the first episode is mostly improv.

  10. He probably reacted that way b/c Skyler committed suicide immediately.
    Everybody called it but me.
    I am such a fool.

  11. Hold on. Why was this posted at 12:56? That is doing things to my OCD.

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