It all ends tonight.
The roller coaster ride Breaking Bad fans have gone through for 5 seasons will come to a stop tonight with the series finale on AMC, but before that happens, Jesse Pinkman, er, Aaron Paul has a couple of things he needs to take care of—like cleaning costar Bryan Cranston's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for example.
"The winners of the Omaze raffle and I cleaning Bryan Cranston's star. Thanks for the years my friend," Paul wrote on Twitter with a photo of the trio scrubbing down his costar's landmark.
The countdown to tonight's finale began earlier today, with Paul tweeting, "Let's do this bitch!!! Get ready everyone for some madness," and then followed up with a Walter White version of the famous Rosie the Riveter photo that says "We Can Cook It!"
Cranston hasn't stayed mum about tonight's festivities, either. The celeb also took to Twitter and wrote to fans, "Well, this is it. The last episode ever of Breaking Bad. Thank you for sharing this ride with me. Without you we never would have lasted."
During the Emmys, the star assured E! News of the AMC hit's series finale. "The ending is perfect. Unapologetic. It is perfect Breaking Bad."
And while Cranston called it "bittersweet," the Emmy nominee admitted it was the right time for Breaking Bad and Walter's journey to come to an end. "You know that you're proud that you've come to a close, almost like an athlete that wants to finish on top as opposed to letting it go on for a year or two more," Cranston said. "Vince Gilligan, our writer, finished at just the right time."
The Breaking Bad series finale airs tonight on AMC at 9 p.m.