Bryan Cranston and the 'Breaking Bad' cast say goodbye to fans at the 2014 Emmys
"Breaking Bad" ended months ago, but last night at the 2014 Emmys, the cast had one last chance to get together and say goodbye to the show's many fans.
Co-stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn all picked up acting trophies, while creator Vince Gilligan took home an Emmy for Best Drama. Backstage, they joined the show's other cast and crew members to answer a variety of questions from journalists.
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Paul talks the elaborate scavenger hunt he orchestrated for fans and his love of the word "bitch." Cranston recounts his experiences "disguised" as Walter White at Comic-Con last year and discusses the differences between comedy and drama. Then, he and Gilligan explore why "Breaking" has resonated so much with viewers.
Gilligan says the Emmy win was a surprise. "I did not arrive here thinking we would win," he admits, giving a shot out to the other nominated shows. He adds, "It's the icing, it's the cherry on top, it's the fudge...I'm getting hungry!"
Things wrap up with Cranston's take on his already-famous Emmy smooch with his onetime "Seinfeld" co-star Julia Louis-Dreyfus.