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Adweek Applauds Bad in AT&T Ad; BuddyTV Admires Walt’s Sacrifice

This week, Adweek applauds Breaking Bad‘s presence in a new AT&T ad, while BuddyTV pays homage to Walt’s ultimate sacrifice. Plus, Aaron Paul badly wants to be on Better Call Saul. Read on for more:

Fast Company spotlights a new AT&T ad “that takes the idea of ‘TV everywhere’ to a ridiculous level” with a viewer walking through Breaking Bad and several other classic shows and movies. Adweek calls the commercial “a TV fanatic’s crossover dream come true.”

BuddyTV admires how Walt sacrificed himself in the show’s finale: “With the entire police force searching for him, Walt still risked going to prison to get Jesse out of trouble, and ended up dying from a gunshot in the process.”

• Aaron Paul tells Esquire.com that he’s clamoring to be on Better Call Saul and has asked the powers-that-be “when am I gonna come to Albuquerque for my wardrobe fitting? But I don’t know! It’s still up in the air.”

The Orange County (Calif.) Register notes that the Pontiac Aztek was one of the worst cars ever but “saw a resurgence in popularity in 2008, thanks to its association with Breaking Bad.”

The Telegraph‘s reasons to visit Paris includes the ABQ Cocktail Lab, a “Breaking Bad-inspired molecular cocktail pop-up” that is set for a semi-permanent site in the middle of this year.

Watch full episodes of Breaking Bad on amc.com.

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