Hilarious 'Breaking Bad,' 'Frozen' Parody With Mr. White And Jesse [Video]

Another Frozen parody of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" has turned up again. However, this time it's a Breaking Bad version and has been appropriately named "Do you want to build a meth lab?"

Frozen, a hit animated musical produced by Walt Disney, was released in 2013. It's about the power of love, friendship, and family. On the other hand, Breaking Bad is about a druggie and a chemistry teacher getting together to make meth. While the Frozen version is about Anna wanting to get her sister, Elsa, to play and build a snowman with her. The Breaking Bad version is about 51-year-old meth maker/chemistry teacher trying to convince his old partner and friend, Jesse Pinkman, to make meth with him again.

The hilarious video starts off with Anna (Kristen Bell) about to knock on a door. Then suddenly Mr. White from Breaking Bad shoves her off to the side. While the Frozen version of "Do you want to build a snowman?" focuses on the deteriorating relationship between the two sisters, Anna and Else, this Breaking Bad parody version focuses on the relationship between Mr. White and Jesse Pinkman.

If you haven't watched Breaking Bad yet, be warned that this video has a lot of spoilers about the hit TV show.

There has also been a Breaking Bad-themed cookbook called Baking Bad. According to a report by the Inquisitr, it features great recipes like "meth muffins," "apple and banana Hank-cakes," "chocolate Gustavo fingers," and "Heisen-batten-burg cake."

The animators of this amazing parody own a channel on YouTube called animeme. They frequently create animations and videos about movies, TV shows, and video games. It's pretty obvious that the animators put in a lot of work into this Breaking Bad parody of Frozen. There have been countless parodies of certain Frozen songs like "Let it Go" and "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" It's clear that the animators at animeme are big fans of both Frozen and Breaking Bad.

Although the voice for Jesse Pinkman in the video is straight on, unfortunately Mr. White's voice is a bit off. This can probably explained by the fact that Mr. White would probably never suddenly break into song or express his emotions so explicitly.

Hopefully, more amazingly hilarious videos like this will come out in the future.