Nov 30, 2016
Breaking Bad proves it's never too late to sell out, pitches Emmys with reality show spoof video
How much does an Emmy go for these days? Julia Louis-Dreyfus wants to hock her Best Supporting Actress statuette so she heads down to the local pawn shop and finds herself on one of those reality tee-vee shows that People magazine is always going on about.
Behind the counter, would you believe it, are Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. What happens next? Comedy gold, that’s what! And/or a six-minute commercial for the Emmys.
Take a gander if you like:
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