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Fans point out major thing missing from Breaking Bad reunion at SAG Awards

Fans point out major thing missing from Breaking Bad reunion at SAG Awards

The cast cooked up a reunion in Los Angeles last night

Fans have pointed out a major thing missing from the Breaking Bad reunion at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.

Marking a whole decade since they won for Ensemble in a Drama Series, the cast all took to the stage last night (24 February) to present this year’s award.

The popular crime drama ran from 2008 until 2013, with plenty of us still binging through it on Netflix.

Seeing as it feels like so long since Breaking Bad ended, fans were buzzing to see Bryan Cranston cooking up a reunion with his cast mates in Los Angeles.

And they didn’t hold back on having a little fun with it before presenting the award:

Cranston was joined by the likes of Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Betsy Brandt, Bob Odenkirk, Dean Norris, Jonathan Banks and R.J. Mitte on stage.

The cast then started off a rather jarring spelling out as Gunn said: “Ensemble - the E stands for the excellence that each cast member brings to every exciting episode. E.”

But Odenkirk was quick to say what a lot of us were thinking: “And the letter N… N stands for no, no f**king way I'm going to do this cheesy thing where you say each letter of the word. I'm not doing it.”

Paul told him: “I think we have to, it’s on the teleprompter.”

But Norris added: “Teleprompter my ass – I got a beer and a couple of shots backstage, so let’s get this thing going.”

The Breaking Bad cast got together to announce the nominees for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series.

The skit continued as Banks joked that SAG ‘can’t fire us, so f**k ‘em’ before Cranston hilariously said: “That’s the true ensemble spirit right there ladies and gentlemen.”

And while fans were in stitches at the whole thing, others were left wondering where one very specific person was.

Many users took to X to say: “WHERE IS GUS?”

Giancarlo Esposito, who played Gustavo Fring in Breaking Bad, wasn’t with the others on stage last night despite The Chicken Man being a very popular character.

Giancarlo Esposito as Gus in Breaking Bad.

Another shared a GIF of Gus changing from laughing to frowning with: “When Gus finds out he wasn’t invited.”

While Cranston started to announce the nominees, Banks could even be heard saying in the background: “Where’s Giancarlo?”

But others were busy raving that Breaking Bad ‘remains the best series ever created’.

And another put: “Ya love to see it. The greatest show of all time.”

While someone else wrote: “A group of absolute LEGENDS.”

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Breaking Bad, Twitter, Netflix, Celebrity, TV and Film, Bryan Cranston