Aaron Paul | By: Fred Jacobs

Aaron Paul | By: Fred Jacobs

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"I’d like him," he says, then hesitates. "Y’know, that’s not true. He’s a murderer, a drug dealer, a drug manufacturer and a drug user. That’s not a good combination to be going out with my daughter. But… he is a good boyfriend! He just needs to get his shit together before he starts hanging out with my daughter." ~  Aaron Paul on the prospect of a daughter he doesn’t yet have bringing home Jesse (X)

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"I’d like him," he says, then hesitates. "Y’know, that’s not true. He’s a murderer, a drug dealer, a drug manufacturer and a drug user. That’s not a good combination to be going out with my daughter. But… he is a good boyfriend! He just needs to get his shit together before he starts hanging out with my daughter." ~  Aaron Paul on the prospect of a daughter he doesn’t yet have bringing home Jesse (X)

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Favorite Celebrities: Aaron Paul

Whenever the blue meth is on set, I am constantly eating it. It’s cotton candy-flavored rock candy. They dye it a little bit, but I don’t care — I just eat through the dye. I get everyone to try it.  I literally try to hand out our drugs to new [actors] on the show. They’re like, ‘No, I don’t want to try.’ ‘Here just have one. You’re on Breaking Bad! Eat some of the meth!’ And they do and they’re like, ‘Wow, that’s actually really good.’ And then I always see them go to the big bins of meth, grab out a few and eat it…. I’m like, ‘Yeah, you’re liking my product.”


Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

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