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Breaking Bad Interviews From the First Half of Season 5

Want to go deeper into the first half of Breaking Bad‘s fifth season? Why not check out the exclusive interviews with the cast conducted by AMCtv.com. Below is a sample of what the actors had to say — click on their names to read the full interview.

– “He learned from Gus too how to present himself. You may notice Walter is standing straighter.” — Bryan Cranston (Walter White)

– “Jesse Pinkman would make an excellent father — but not right now. He needs to hang up his cleats, get out of the drug business for a while and grow up.” — Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman)

– “This season is the season where all the emotions that Skyler has held on to really tightly come out. If she felt that she sat down on the floor and cried, she might not be able to get up.” — Anna Gunn (Skyler White)

– “The crew on the set that day all wore black armbands all day long… It was an emotional day to say the least on set — a lot of tears.” — Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut)

– “Saul is biting his tongue and trying to be cool. He can’t help himself from making jokes; he’s a cynic so he can’t help saying sarcastic things.” — Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman)

– “The next thing for Hank to do is find out about Walt… with Hank back on his feet a bit we’re seeing the endgame coming around the corner.” — Dean Norris (Hank Schrader)

– “I’ve been asking for so long for Marie to get a gun. I think she’s a great aim and a good shot.” — Betsy Brandt (Marie Schrader)

– “He’s 16 years old and he’s got a brand new hot rod car. Think how much trouble can he get in with that.” — RJ Mitte (Walter White, Jr.)

– “I hope I’m not going to be pegged as the guy that seems really innocent but is really into killing.” — Jesse Plemons (Todd)

– “Somehow her personality seems to match her name — Lydia Rodarte-Quayle — and even in that little description it seems to tell you a lot about her and her uptightness and energy.” — Laura Fraser (Lydia Rodarte-Quayle)

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