Thankfully, we don't have to wait too long but if you need a quick reminder about what went down in New Mexico, Paul's recap is close to ideal.
Paul's synopsis eventually started to unravel. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, he summarized the series in three minutes, so now you're all caught up.
All of which explains why "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" cruises into select theaters and onto Netflix this weekend, a mere three weeks after "Downton Abbey" topped the box-office, amassing almost $140 million worldwide thus far.
The trailer for the film shows Pinkman, played by Paul, sitting in his auto listening to a radio broadcast of police investigating multiple deaths after a huge shootout.
"I'm going to ask a question that I kinda don't want to know the answer to, but I want to know the answer to: Is Walter White dead?" asked Eisen. Nonetheless, the brand new trailer has everyone persuaded that the famous person will return - and we're merely excessively energized. There's also Breaking Bad prequel show Better Call Saul still ticking along, but is Vince Gilligan really done with the incredibly popular universe he's created?
"But then, probably five years ago or whatever the last time I was on this show, I probably said the last Breaking Bad episode was the last one of these too, so I'm just a pathological liar".
No need to binge Breaking Bad before watching the new Netflix movie - Aaron Paul has you covered.