It was all part of Bryan Cranston’s 60th birthday celebrations
Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston turned 60-years-old in March, and to celebrate Jimmy Kimmel threw him a massive reunion of the hit TV show on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (Friday).
The skit features Cranston in a spoof of MTV show My Super Sweet 16, which makes plenty of references to his time as Walter White. It also features cameos from Aaron Paul, who played White’s sidekick Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, as well as Better Call Saul’s Bob Odenkirk, who offers Cranston advice on what to wear for his birthday celebrations.
You can watch the full video for Bryan Cranston’s Super Sweet 60 below.
It was revealed earlier this month that Cranston will produce and star in Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick, a new Channel 4 series based on sci-fi novelist Dick’s short stories.
That news came after Better Call Saul’s co-creator Vince Gilligan suggested that a cameo by Breaking Bad’s Gus Fring had been cut from the show’s season 2 finale. He also said in February that he can “totally see” a Jesse Pinkman spin-off series following the success of Better Call Saul.