It’s been hailed as one of the best shows of our generation. And while Breaking Bad is done with production and cleaning up on awards, something wicked this way comes from this past weekend’s SAG Awards on TNT.
The show was up for ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.’ And it didn’t matter what schleps the show was up against, Breaking Bad has been cleaning house this year—and rightly so.
And the winner is…doesn’t matter any more after what happened during the acceptance speech. Check it:
Although there is no volume, that is the great Bryan Cranston accepting the award on behalf of his cast, who won another for ‘Outstanding Lead Actor.’
During his speech, he thanked the entire cast with this sentiment “You are the nicest bunch of white supremacist Nazis I have ever worked with…[and] I swear to you, I would kill you all over again. I really would.”
Fun and yuks, right? A guy is allowed to indulge in this euphoric state, right? If you are Patrick Sane, the fool on stage left heiling effin’ Hitler, the answer is “not so much.” I’m certain the guy doesn’t have autographed copies of Mein Kampf on his nightstand, but come on, dude. Hitler? Really? Hollywood. Where you get away with anything.
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