Now You Can Cook With Walt And Jesse In The 'Breaking Bad' RV
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It's been five years since Breaking Bad finished, and it looks like we aren't the only ones who are missing the show.
Jesse and Walt - aka actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston - have invited fans via a Facebook video to come along and cook in the famous RV with them at Sony Studios in LA in a competition to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the show's premiere.
Ok, they're cooking breakfast rather than meth, but that's probably for the best, eh?
One winner and a friend will be flown out to LA and put up in a four-star hotel before spending some time with the Hollywood heroes in the RV.
It's part of a charity fundraiser in partnership with Omaze in support of the Kind Campaign, which raises awareness of girl-against-girl bullying, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in the US.
Omaze's website says: "It's been 10 years since Breaking Bad's groundbreaking premiere, and you're going to celebrate in the coolest way possible!
"You'll pack your favorite tighty whities and fly to LA with a friend to check out the actual RV from the show. But wait-did you hear someone knock? It's Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, and they're here to cook!
"That's right, the real Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will join you in The Krystal Ship to whip up some delicious food, take tons of pictures and bond over the most addicting show ever made.
"Flights and hotel included, b*tch!"
The Facebook video shows Aaron talking about the competition and the cracking prize before taking viewers on a 'tour' of the RV.
Which is where he finds Bryan, squatting in the RV in a dressing gown having apparently been living there (hey, I'll willingly suspend my disbelief for this cause), eating from a hot plate and using a bucket as a toilet (umm... ok, too much).
He eventually breaks down and confides in Aaron that he misses the show and desperately wants it to be rebooted, but Aaron shoots him down and tells him the show is over and that he needs to move on.
But as it turns out, Aaron hasn't moved on at all and has been working as a tour guide for Sony Studios just so he can be around the RV again.
And they want you to visit - with Bryan adding: "We'll let you touch our Emmys."
To get involved and to have a chance to win what would be an unreal trip to LA, visit omaze.com/breakingbad and hit donate - more donations equal more entries and more of a chance to win.