Watch ‘Breaking Bad’ If It Were a ’90s Family Series

Breaking Bad opening credits parodyAfter almost five years of murder, mayhem, and, oh-so-much meth, it’s insane to remember that Breaking Bad‘s first episode was actually funny. Bryan Cranston as a bumbly father caught in a pair of tighty-whities, Aaron Paul as a wise-cracking burnout — the premiere had the makings of a great buddy dramedy before Breaking Bad transformed into one of the greatest, most horrifying series of all time. 

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So it’s no surprise that a clever YouTube user found a way to turn the dark AMC hit into a light-hearted family series in a new mash-up. Using Foreigner’s “White Lie” as a backdrop, the video (embedded below) uses rooftop pizza, Badger, and redecorating mishaps as inspiration for the opening credits of a 1995 series. (Though, if we’re being honest, Breaking Bad in 1995 would swap Paul for Sasha Mitchell, right?) The only thing it’s missing is a box of Hidden Treasures for Walt Jr.’s breakfast

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[Image Credit: YouTube] 


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Kate Ward is the current Executive Editor for Hollywood.com, a former editor and writer for Entertainment Weekly and EW.com, and a forever fan of pop culture. A graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, Ward — whose work has also appeared in Glamour magazine — loves talking about nutgrafs and hates exclamation points, despite using them on a regular basis. Specializing in reality TV, ’90s nostalgia, and bad movies, Ward is likely the oldest person to attend "American Idols LIVE!" every year with her mom.

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