Yesterday the cast of Breaking Bad, including Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, R. J. Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, and creator Vince Gilligan, made their final San Diego Comic-Con appearance.
They showed the first five minutes of the upcoming final season and a montage of past episodes (which you can check out above). They also answered questions from moderator Chris Hardwick and fans in audience.
Here are some of the best quotes from the Hall H panel:
“Hall H, Bitch.” – Aaron Paul
“The key to Sal is he’s good at what he does. You see a lot of boobs on TV, they’re always fun to laugh at. All kinds of boobs. Boobs and lunatics. With Saul, he’s funny but he always gets stuff done.” – Bob Odenkirk
“I think it weakens how you feel about him. It would have undercut the show.” – Anna Gunn on why Skyler hasn’t been a more sympathetic character.
“He started out as this lost kid, in desperate need of some guidance, and he stumbles onto Walter White who he is very impressed by. And now he just wants to stay as far away from him as possible, and try to stay alive.” – Aaron Paul on Jesse’s feeling about Walt in the final season.
“Most people had high school – I had Breaking Bad.” – R.J. Mitte
“He allowed this young girl to die, and that was horrific in so many different ways to play.” – Bryan Cranston on the moment in the show that had the most impact on him, when Walt let Jame die.
“He’s in the empire business. His ego is peaking. He’s never felt this before, to have this kind of power. He succumbed to it like an aphrodisiac, and he is helpless to stop it now.” -Bryan Cranston on Walt now.
“It was the most fun I’ve ever had walking the floor.” – Bryan Cranston on walking the SDCC floor with a Walter White mask on.
“Tastes like a scab” and “Yeah, bitch magnets!” – Aaron Paul on his favorite lines.
“It would have been tricky timing but he was a very motivated individual at that point.” Vince Gilligan on how Walt poisoned Brock, explaining he would have crushed it up and put in in a juice box. Gilligan also said they would refer to his as “Evil Juice box man.”