As a part of a fundraising campaign that he did with the Alzheimer’s Association, the former “Pulp Fiction” star released a video doing a great impression of Bryan Cranston’s character of “Breaking Bad.” The monologue in question was a performance from the fourth season, where he basically reminds Skyler (just in case she really needed reminding) of just how awesome he is. Jackson has already raised thousands upon thousands of dollars for the organization, and we have a pretty awesome video now to go along with it.
In this golden age of TV, is it possible that we could see Samuel come on a TV series at some point? We hope so, since we really think that he could land even stronger characters for a 10-13 episode series than he could for most movies that are out there. Of course, it would also lead to some more opportunities to hear Jackson swear on the air like he did with his “What’s Up With That?” sketch on “Saturday Night Live.”
Now that you’ve seen this, are there any other shows that you want to hear Jackson do? (Personally, we’re hoping for the “America is not the greatest country in the world anymore” monologue from “The Newsroom.”) If you have not checked out the first promo for “Breaking Bad” season 5 (which sadly does not contain any new footage at all), all you have to do is click here.
The final eight episodes of “Breaking Bad” will premiere on AMC on Sunday, August 11, and yes we do expect there to be more Bryan Cranston monologues every step of the way.