We didn’t really even talk about it. It was just what I wanted to do. And it was one of those things where… It’s like smiling at a funeral. It seems out of place, and yet is it, really? People deal with pressure and tense situations in unusual ways sometimes. And it was just the utter futility. It was scripted, but I don’t know if they knew I was going to go so guttural. [Laughs.] I just felt that Walter felt that this was it. “This is how I’m going to die. I had it all set, and what happens? My wife gives the money to her former lover.” How about that for a fuck-you, you know? It’s like, “Oh my God, of course. I deserve this. Of course it has to be this absurd. This is how it ends.” You think about it, and it’s, like, that’s the worst and probably most fitting awful ending. And he truly felt that was it. That he couldn’t escape at that point.
Bryan Cranston on the “Crawl Space” laugh and I am just going to spam you all with this interview because this. Man. Is. Perfect.