Bryan Cranston Fully Commits While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones
Bryan Cranston is a six-time Emmy Award–winning actor you know from acclaimed Broadway performances, films that include 2013’s Best Picture Argo, and iconic TV shows like Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad. He also stars in the highly anticipated second season of the crime drama Your Honor, now airing on Showtime. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as he makes his triumphant return to the Hot Ones table and takes on the wings of death with Sean Evans. Along the way, he discusses his love affair with the Dodgers, behind-the-scenes Breaking Bad stories, and the keys to being a committed actor.
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Heisenberg returns! Thumbs up if Breaking Bad is in your TV Mount Rushmore.
Now bring on Aaron Paul 😏
@Anonymous Nate I thought it would be enough of an outlier people would get Scrubs was a joke not seriously in my top 4… I actually have a hard time deciding the fourth spot though season 1 true detective and Fargo both strong contenders
o… Breaking Bad? it uhhh…. has set the platinum standered for what a good cable tv show can be
BCS was better.
I may or may not have like a dozen bottles of hot sauce in my fridge because of this show 😂😂
I can’t get enough of Bryan‘s storytelling – he is such a joy to listen to.
He was great in Conan O’Brien‘s recent podcast episode too, definitely one of the greatest actors of our time!
@Jeffrey Schilder well thats exactly why people love Bryan Cranston, because he is
He’s great on any interview I’ve seen.
Who’s Bryan? I’m pretty sure this is Walter Hartwell white. 🤦♂️
@Milk With Sauce He really is
@Aaa EEE He really is an actor
I actually teared up a little bit when Bryan talked about the Great Expectations interviews. That was so touching! I love how observant he is and how he finds the beauty in people
Almost like it’s an interview huh
As a fatherless child, every time I hear him talk I feel like that is how people must feel when their dad gives them advice. Love this man to death.
Hopefully you’ll have the opportunity to give advice to someone who needs guidance. Making someone see their inner talent and beauty is priceless. It only takes one person to make a difference.
I got a dad and it doesn’t feel like that if that makes you feel better
I always appreciate my friends’ good dads for this reason ❤
I’m fatherless too I feel that
He would have great empathy for you since his own father abandoned the family when Bryan was just 11.
(They later reconnected many years later.)
Bryan’s spirit seems to be kindness and forgiveness. He seems to have great compassion for others and himself…
Yea almost like he’s being interviewed
@p H ARGH! HOW DARE HE MOVE! YOU CANNOT MOVE TO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS! THIS MAN IS EVIL.
I guess you missed the part about him moving to Canada.
“Look at us. Who would have thought?” The legacy of Paul Rudd and his legendary episode will forever remain with this show.
Dude’s a legend. He even brought socks that match the napkins.
Nah, that napkin was white when he got it
What a dad
Literally i was about to write that
i agree buford tannen
@Know_No_Th3ory for knowing absolutely no theories, this was mentioned so no need to reiterate what he’s says twice. Dope
“If a character cries, the audience doesn’t have to…but if a character tries not to cry, that’s when the audience will.” Pure genius.
That line was so true and insightful to his amazin acting knowledge….it’s that part of trying not to cry that hits us emotionally different as a viewer…..crazzyyyy
You can really see how much of himself he puts into the characters he plays. What an absolute legend
This man knows how to tell a compelling story. I’m not even done watching yet and this is already a fantastic interview.
Edit: The rest did not disappoint either. Instant classic episode.