We are just over a month away from the beginning of the end for AMC's critical darling 'Breaking Bad.' The last eight episodes begin airing on August 11 and speculation is running rampant about what is in store for Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston) and his young high school drop-out apprentice Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). Both men have won multiple Emmy Awards for their roles and have seen the show greatly raise their stature in the entertainment world.
Paul has opened up about what is coming on the show and he thinks you might need a change of drawers.
"You guys are going to s--t your pants," said Paul in an interview with ComingSoon.net. "... Before I read the final eight episodes -- the final eight hours of the show -- I was thinking to myself that this was so tragic. I can't believe this show is ending. I didn't want it to end but, after knowing how the final eight hours play out, I couldn't be happier with the ending."
Shooting has concluded on the show already, but Paul says he "(doesn't) have a problem not telling people" what happens. He understands why fans are so anxious to find out what happens, though.
"Honestly, I couldn't wait," he added. "If I got an e-mail on my phone with the final eight, I thought to myself, 'I'm gonna wait to get home and actually have the paper scripts, drink some wine and take my time with it.' But in all reality, probably six of the eight episodes I read on my phone on a plane to something. I could not wait. I'm a huge fan of the show as well."
Are you ready for the end?