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Aaron Paul is known for doing really cool things with his fans, but this might just be the coolest. The Emmy winner said he will host a Breaking Bad scavenger hunt on Monday, the night of the Emmys, in honor of the hit show’s final awards night.
Paul took to photo-sharing site Instagram to share a text-only post to announce how the hunt will work. The actor will leave signed copies of Breaking Bad scripts, dolls, action figures and art throughout the Hollywood area.
“Just wanted to do a little something to say ‘Thank You’ to everyone that has supported us thru out the years,” Paul wrote. “We couldn’t have done it without you!”
In the caption, Paul added the hashtags “#BreakingBad,” “#Emmys” and, of course, “#YeahBitch.”
Paul is up for another Emmy Monday night for his role as Jesse Pinkman on the show, which wrapped up last year. He won the award twice, in 2010 and 2012. He also earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Walter White’s sidekick.
Paul and Bryan Cranston got back together earlier this week for a hilarious skit with Julia Louis-Dreyfus as sleazy pawn shop owners. The video was posted by the Television Academy to get us excited for the Emmys. Seth Meyers is hosting the ceremony, which will air on NBC.
Back in August 2013, Paul did another super cool thing for fans, actually calling 10 Twitter followers during an episode of Breaking Bad.
image via Instagram from Aaron Paul
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