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The many reasons why Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman in “Breaking Bad” is a legendary TV character

The many reasons why Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman in “Breaking Bad” is a legendary TV character

Aaron Paul’s intense portrayal of Jesse Pinkman in “Breaking Bad” is one of the most iconic television characters of all time. In an industry where one-dimensional heroes and villains seem to dominate, he has remained enigmatic and complex, which makes him a joy to watch. If you haven’t seen “Breaking Bad,” you should take a look at it now – or if you like thrillers with a touch of humor, check out “Better Call Saul”. Either way, check out Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman performance which will get your adrenaline pumping.

Introduction to The Breaking Bad

 

I have been following ‘Breaking Bad’ with great interest since the first episode aired on 20 January 2008. How could I not with such an intriguing storyline and interesting cast? The Breaking Bad movie is a powerful prequel that closely follows the events of the series. Don’t worry, it’s not all gloom and doom. There are many light moments, some funny scenes, and interesting insights into Walter White’s life before he becomes Heisenberg. From his humble beginnings as a chemistry teacher to his first hit, this movie is a must-watch for any die-hard ‘Breaking Bad’ fan or those looking to catch up on all the action!

Names of the characters in The Breaking Bad

 

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Bryan Cranston
Aaron Paul
Giancarlo Esposito
Bob Odenkirk
Krysten Ritter
Dean Norris
Jonathan Banks
Anna Gunn
RJ Mitte
Raymond Cruz
Mark Margolis
Laura Fraser

Story of The Breaking Bad

 

Breaking Bad is one of the most watched TV series on Netflix and with good reason! This TV show follows Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with lung cancer. With a family to provide for, Walt’s life changes drastically and he starts to cook crystal meth with his former student Jesse Pinkman to make some quick cash. As time goes on, Walt becomes addicted to power and greed which leads him down a dark path of crime, violence, lies, and schemes.

After the 5th season, fans were devastated to hear that Breaking Bad had officially ended. Breaking Bad was nominated for and won over 40 awards including Emmys, Golden Globes, and SAG Awards. Most amazingly, Vince Gilligan has won each of these awards which is a first in TV history. The show also stars Anna Gunn (Skyler White), Dean Norris (Hank Schrader), and Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman).

El Camino, the movie, and its ending on Breaking Bad influenced the conclusion of Better Call Saul

 

The Breaking Bad movie, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, premiered on Netflix just a few days ago. No longer confined to the small screen, the characters of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman got to do their thing in a big-budget Hollywood production. Of course, some things were changed around for the new medium (Jesse’s hair was cut for one), but it should be no surprise that there are also some Easter eggs and references peppered throughout.

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Over at Huffington Post, author and Breaking Bad superfan Christian T. Thaxton has noticed a reference to Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk’s character) that he picked up on. Just as it was in the show, Badger (Aaron Paul) mispronounces Saul’s name: “Saul? Why do you call him Saul?” “Cause that’s his name.” “Don’t say ’cause that’s his name.” “I was doing my best, dad.

So, what do you think about Breaking Bad?

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