'Breaking Bad' stars call final eight episodes a "roller-coaster ride to Hell"
If there's any better way to sell me on the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad, I can't think of one. Of course, I was already sold, but Bryan Cranston's quote about this summer's final slate of episodes is fantastic: "This is the end, my friend. It's a roller-coaster ride to Hell."
That has to be the best tease for any season of television, ever.
But a recent promo for the final set of episodes has more. Cranston continued, talking about his character's upcoming battle with his brother-in-law, Hank. "Hank, he doesn't know how to handle [Walt]. He doesn't know where to come from," he said.
"He's been using me, and manipulating me, and I hate him," Dean Norris said, speaking for Hank.
Stars Aaron Paul and Bob Odenkirk took a break from filming "a pretty wild scene" in Saul's office to jokingly warn viewers that, "We go to a lot of trouble making this show, so you better like it!"
I can't imagine not liking it.
Check out the video featuring more interviews with the cast below.
The second half of Breaking Bad's fifth and final season premieres this summer on AMC.