Vince Gilligan Giving 'Breaking Bad' Fans Chance to Win Lunch With Him

The 'Better Call Saul' co-creator has launched a charity campaign with
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Vince Gilligan is ready to give fans a look inside his mind.

The Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul showrunner has launched an Omaze charity campaign, with the winner getting a trip to Los Angeles to talk pick Gilligan's brain over lunch.

"Flights, four-star hotel, transportation — all that stuff is on me," Gilligan said in a video announcing the contest. "Then we'll combine two of my favorite things — eating good food and talking about television. And maybe having drink or two. Alright, that's three things."

Donors are automatically entered into the contest when they make a donation, via Proceeds go to The Geffen Playhouse, a non-profit theater company in Los Angeles.

Gilligan is following in the footsteps of his Breaking Bad leads with the Omaze contest. Bryan Cranston raised $303,000 for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children by offering a VIP experience to the final season premiere of Breaking Bad in 2013. Aaron Paul's contest involving the series finale screening raised a staggering $1.8 million for his wife Lauren's anti-bullying non-profit The Kind Campaign.