Joking Bad- Jimmy Fallon Parodies 'Breaking Bad'

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    Actor Jimmy Fallon poses at the 38th International Emmy Awards in New York City November 22, 2010.
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    Actor Bryan Cranston, star of AMC's drama television series 'Breaking Bad' is interviewed as he arrives for the premiere screening for the show's fourth season in Hollywood, California June 28, 2011.
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By Emma Koonse, Christian Post Reporter
September 12, 2013|12:03 pm

Jimmy Fallon flaunted his comedic talents once again in a "Breaking Bad" spoof featuring Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, and Bob Odenkirk this week.

The parody, titled "Joking Bad," sees the famed late night show host dressed as a bald Walt White- Cranston's character on AMC's hit television series.

Furthermore, the 13-minute clip features Steve Higgins as Jesse Pinkman- Paul's character on "Breaking Bad," and the pair begin "moving" jokes on the black market in order to stay afloat.

Once scene even parodies the legendary "Breaking Bad" episode where Walt and Jesse don only underwear while in the chemistry lab.

Then, the cast members of the show make cameos during the clip, booing Fallon from the audience.

Watch the video on YouTube here.

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On Twitter, #JokingBad became a trending topic on Thursday, with fans of both Jimmy Fallon and "Breaking Bad" sounding off.

"A combination of my two favorite shows? Yes, please, #jokingbad," wrote Kaylee.

James added, "Joking Bad is a rather brilliant spoof from Jimmy Fallon."

Fallon's "Joking Bad" premiered just after "Breaking Bad" show runners announced the show's spin-off series, "Better Call Saul."

The upcoming television series will serve as a prequel to "Breaking Bad," and will follow a popular character from the hit show, Saul Goodman.

Portrayed by Odenkirk, Saul is Walter White's seedy lawyer on the television drama.

Reports indicate that "Better Call Saul" has been in development for months and will be the "evolution of the popular Saul Goodman character before he ever became Walter White's lawyer."

Meanwhile, "Breaking Bad" remains one of the most-watched television series today. It is currently in its fifth and final season, which will wrap up this Sunday, Sept. 15 on AMC at 9 p.m. EST.

 

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