BREAKING BAD Season 5 Premiere Leaves Aaron Paul ‘Speechless’

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Aaron Paul has issued fans with a warning for the the July return of Breaking Bad.

Co-star Bryan Cranston was first on the mark last week, now Paul (Jesse Pinkman) has followed suit.

Speaking on his Twitter account over the weekend the actor expressed his excitement over the Season 5 premiere episode and his adoration for series creator Vince Gilligan:

“Just read the first episode of breaking bad S5 and words can not express. S– is about to get crazy. Get ready my friends. Love you Vince!”

He added:

“The teaser alone in episode 1 S5 will have you screaming more then when someone got blown up last season.”

Season 4 Finale SPOILER ALERT:

That’s a reference to one of last year’s most memorable serialized TV moments, which saw Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) getting blown up, by series protagonist-turned-antagonist Walter White, leaving him with half his face and all his lifebar missing.

/End SPOILER ALERT.

Paul continued, delivering a final warning to fans:

“Breaking Bad will return to your Television sometime in July. Make sure u wear your diapers because I’m pretty sure u will sh– yourself..”

At the end of last season I think it’s safe to say that many Breaking Bad fans were left wondering just where the show could go from here, such was the train ride.

It’s pleasing to think that the bar could be raised yet further.

We wont be wearing diapers like Paul advised, but we’ll be glued to the Seriable screen as Walter White continues “down that dark path that he’s very willfully put himself on.”

As always, the proof will be in the pudding, but its hard to think that the show wont deliver. Soak up the next two seasons, folks.

Breaking Bad‘s final 16 episodes are set to be spread over 2 seasons consisting of 8 episodes each.

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