We admittedly did not see this one coming.
WIth the series finale of Breaking Bad approaching at breakneck speed, the final twists and turns of the upcoming last three episodes are being kept so under wraps that some cast members don't even know what's going to ultimately happen to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
"*Spoiler Alert #BreakingBad," he tweeted, prompting fans to click on a link to Instagram, where he posted a very fabulous black and white picture of Jesse in bed...
With Walt and Skyler.
Happy Friday the 13th, bitches!
The ever-cheeky Paul has been doing his darndest to give back to his loyal fans as the Sept. 29 finale draws near, even calling 10 lucky people who asked him questions via Twitter before an episode last month.
The two-time Emmy winner has admitted that he got very emotional when he got his hands on the final script.
"At the end, Bryan read the line: 'end of series.' We just looked at each other for, no joke, probably 10 or 15 seconds with tears in our eyes, not wanting to believe it's done," Paul told the Los Angeles Times last month.
"I gotta be honest," he also wrote during a Reddit AMA. "I never wanted Breaking Bad to end, simply because I'm a huge fan of the show and I didn't want to be unemployed. But after reading the final eight episodes and understanding where the writers are going with it, I'm so happy they ended it the way they did and I think all of you will be happy as well. It's a dark, crazy ride to the final episode but it is a fun one. Yeah, bitch."
But happily, creator Vince Gilligan isn't done with all of his characters.
AMC announced this week that the tentatively titled Better Call Saul, a prequel series starring Bob Odenkirk as crafty, morally compromised-yet-likable lawyer Saul Goodman in the days before he took on Walt and Jesse as clients, has been given the greenlight.