'Breaking Bad': Inside Bryan Cranston's Hilarious RV Ride to Premiere (Video)
Aaron Paul wiped champagne from Vince Gilligan’s crotch during a trip that raised $300,000 for charity.
The stars of Breaking Bad have used the show’s rolling meth lab to do some good.
Star Bryan Cranston (Walter) helped raise more than $300,000 for The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children by allowing donors the chance to win a trip to the premiere in the RV.
Omaze.com, which hosted the contest, has a look at what went down as the contest winner cracked champagne bottles with Cranston, Aaron Paul (Jesse), Anna Gunn (Skyler), Bob Odenkirk (Saul), and creator Vince Gilligan. Sufficed to say, it looks pretty wild.
On the black carpet, Gunn hinted as much, telling The Hollywood Reporter “it was insane” inside the RV.
“Vince spilled a glass of champagne in his crotch and Aaron took over the wheel and started driving,” Gunn said.
The video revealed this was true, as Gunn and Paul are seen attempting to wipe champagne off of their fearless leader’s pants.
“I can’t think of a better way to start it out, being in this vehicle showing up,” Cranston says before the RV shows up to to the black carpet and the cheering crowd.
Read more about what happened at the premiere here, and watch the video below.
Breaking Bad returns on AMC Aug. 11 with the first of its final eight episodes.
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