Breaking Bad Alternate Ending Hits the Internet – and It's Hilarious

11/17/2013 at 03:00 PM EST

Breaking Bad Alternate Ending Hits the Internet
Breaking Bad alternate finale
Despite what many conspiracy theorists and super-fans were postulating, Vince Gilligan came out and told The Hollywood Reporter that the finale of Breaking Bad was not a dream. So, sorry, everyone.

That said, if it were actually revealed as a dream, we would have wanted it to happen exactly like the video below, in which Hal from Malcolm In the Middle wakes up from a terrible nightmare. Not only is a treat to see Cranston reprise the role he was previously best-known for, but his descriptions of the show are hilarious.

"There was this guy who never spoke, who just rang a bell the whole time," Hal babbles. Hank is described as "look[ing] like the guy from The Shield", and Aaron Paul's Jesse is described as "a little guy, a waif, a man-child, [a] kid who always looked like he was wearing his older brother's clothes."

The whole thing seems to be a reference to the finale of Newhart, and will likely be included as an extra on the forthcoming Breaking Bad box set, out Nov. 26.





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