Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

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What does this mean?! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?!

Just when fans think that they're OK with the fact that Breaking Bad is over (moment of silence), Bryan Cranston says something that changes everything—in a good way, of course.

During a recent interview with CNN, the award-winning actor was asked whether his character on the hit series, Walter White, actually died. His response will leaving you overthinking for days.

"Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything. Or say...you know," he said. What?!

In response to questions about whether Walter could show up in a movie or anywhere else ever again, Cranston said, "Never say never." Again—what?!

It would be awesome if show creator Vince Gilligan changed his mind and decided to keep the series going, but that doesn't seem likely. Instead, maybe Cranston will appear on the show's prequel Better Call Saul?

After all, a source close to AMC's highly anticipated spinoff, exclusively told E! News that everyone's favorite sidekick meth cook Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) is in talks for a recurring role when the show debuts in November. We were also told that producers very much want Cranston to appear for a cameo or two, and he has said he is game.

We'll find out when Better Call Saul premieres on AMC in November 2014.

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