Aaron Paul isn't finished with "Breaking Bad" yet. Not by a longshot.

"I started rewatching the series from the pilot...when we started shooting the final eight episodes I started rewatching the show," said the actor backstage at Saturday night's SAG Awards, where he and his castmates won Best Ensemble in a Drama Series. "I'm on Season 2 now. It's a good show!"

Indeed, considering how long it's been since the acclaimed AMC series first started filming, it may well be time for a revisiting.

"I've got pictures of this guy six years ago and he's just a sweet little boy!" said Paul's co-star Dean Norris of how much the actor has changed since Season 1. "Now he's a grownup."

Speaking of Norris, don't miss the moment where he sticks his SAG Award in co-star Jonathan Banks' crotch while the latter is trying to talk - a true mark of friendship if ever there was one.

"We knew from day one that these friendships weren't gonna die when the show died," said Paul of the castmates' unbreakable bond. "This show is definitely gonna live on, I think, forever, and our friendships will definitely live on forever as well."

To check out the full backstage press conference with Paul, Norris, Banks, Bryan Cranston, Betsy Brandt and RJ Mitte, click on the video above.

You can check out the full list of winners from the 2014 SAG Awards here.