Aaron Paul, who played Jesse on the hit television series Breaking Bad, recalls a moment when Bryan Cranston pulled a pretty unusual prank on him while they were filming.
Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad debuted on AMC in 2008 and continued for five lauded seasons before ending in 2013.
A terminally ill high school chemistry teacher who eventually rises to become one of New Mexico's most feared drug lords.
Despite the serious tone of Breaking Bad and Cranston's obvious commitment to perfection,
Paul admits to GQ for the magazine's profile on Cranston that his co-star wasn't always above playing silly pranks.
When discussing Cranston's attitude on work with Bob Odenkirk of Better Call Saul, Paul recalls a time when hi
co-star switched out a prop gun for a water pistol in the shape of a penis. Take a look at Odenkirk and Paul's remarks below:
It's obvious that the two rapidly grew close while filming Breaking Bad from Paul's most recent story.
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