Bryan Cranston reveals that he and Aaron Paul would eat Blue Meth off the show

Central to the plot of Break badThe second season of ‘s saw the product made by Bryan Cranston’s Walter White change from traditional crystal meth to a shade of blue. Heisenberg’s “blue stuff” would become key to the show as a whole, but was apparently also an important snack source during filming. Cranston reappeared hot this week and were asked what they used on set to double down on their blue methamphetamine instead of using the real thing. The Primetime Emmy-winning actor reiterated that the meth seen on the show was actually rock candy, but it was actually a specific flavor of rock candy, and his co-star convinced him to eat it.

“TV methamphetamine, the way we made it with a little shade of blue, is basically candy,” Cranston said. “And the flavor was cotton candy, sugar candy. I never tasted it until one night we were at work. It was probably the 16th or 17th hour we work in our dungeon down below, our lab down there and Gus Fring makes sure that we “We are working. And we’re at work and I see Aaron Paul reach into our product and start popping the methamphetamine in his mouth. I say, ‘What are you doing? You can’t eat the product.’… He says ‘Have you tasted it?’ I’m going ‘No, I haven’t tasted that; he says, “Oh, you should taste it.” I say ‘No, I don’t think so’ I think I was still in character because Walter White wouldn’t… I got one… and I tasted one, it was like… ‘That is pretty good!’ They rolled the camera and he and I were talking about eating all the methamphetamine.”

Cranston won four Primetime Emmy awards for his portrayal of Walter White on the series, recently returning to the role for the final season of the show’s prequel/spin-off Better Call Saul. However, fans of the series will be able to see him again very soon, as Cranston and Aaron Paul will reprise their roles for a Super Bowl commercial this year. The fellow Breaking Bad players appear in the PopCorners ad during the big game.

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