The Breaking Bad Cast Were The Only Ones We Wanted To Hang Out With Last Night

Wondering what a night out with Heisenberg and Jessie Pinkman would look like? A little something like this... thank you, Golden Globes

Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston will no doubt be nursing some sore heads in LA this morning, and it won’t be anything to do with a dodgy drug deal on set.

The pair, who rose to fame in Breaking Bad, which sees a high school chemistry teacher turn to a life of manufacturing crystal meth to raise money for his family, took to the red carpet at the Golden Globes 2014, before picking up not one, but TWO well-deserved wins. And then partying the night away.

Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman in the hit TV series, had us glued to his Instagram account as he kicked off the Golden Globes pre-party in LA over the weekend with a new little friend. Clutching a baby while appearing to bite his feet (too adorable) the actor can be seen getting into the party mood ahead of last night’s ceremony. 

He shared the snap with the caption: ‘I met this baby last night at a golden globes party and he’s a badass. His name is David and he is a very healthy baby. I want to thank his incredible mother for allowing me to walk the baby around the party so I could show him off. I like the babies.’

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The star also shared a fun black and white picture of the cast, friends, and his stunning wife Lauren Paul with the caption: ‘It’s that time. Yeah Bitch. #GoldenGlobes.’ Yessss.

Those as obsessed with the series as us will have felt a warm and fuzzy feeling inside when they read Jesse’s infamous catchphrase. And it didn’t stop there.

Jesse took to the stage with Bryan Cranston, who plays drug dealer Walter White, AKA Heisenberg, and producer Vince Gilligan to accept the award for Best Television Drama, stealing the mic to simply say: ‘Yeah bitch’.

Bryan Cranston also picked up the award for Best Actor In A TV Series, and told the audience the win was a ‘lovely way to say goodbye’ to the series, which came to a dramatic close after five seasons in September.

While we’re so excited to see the cast reunited – and wish we could have witnessed their journey from table to after-party – we can’t help but feel a little bit blue that it’s all over.

That was, until we read Aaron’s interview with Details magazine today, where he speaks of the talked-about spin-off, Better Call Saul. He says: ‘Both Bryan and I want to be a part of that, if they’ll have us.’

Yeah… b… oh, okay we’ll stop now.

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