Jimmy Fallon ‘Joking Bad’ Sketch Features Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul [Video]

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Sep. 12 2013, Updated 7:53 a.m. ET

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Jimmy Fallon’s Joking Bad sketch featured just about everything you could want from a Breaking Bad sketch. There was pizza throwing, repeated use of the word “bitch,” and appearances from actors like Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

Breaking Bad will be coming to an end this summer and it looks like Fallon is working overtime to pay tribute to the show before it goes off the air.

The Joking Bad sketch clocked in at around 13 minutes last night and contained several classic moments from the hit AMC series.

Check out the sketch above before you read some of the best moments of Joking Bad.

  • Jimmy Fallon breaks bad after he’s told that he only has “6 months left” on the Late Show.
  • Steve Higgins plays Aaron Paul’s character Jesse and clearly enjoys that he gets to call everyone he sees a bitch.
  • The sketch also features the first funny thing that Jay Leno has done in years. His performance as Hector Salamanca is amazing. Seriously, look at Jay’s face. He absolutely nails that comedic murderous revenge look.
  • The best part of the sketch has to be Bryan Cranston throwing a pizza at Jimmy Fallon. If you didn’t know, there’s a famous scene where Walter White throws a pizza out of frustration. It’s famous because it’s hilarious and because Cranston managed to get the entire pizza up onto the roof of the house in one take. His pizza tossing abilities weren’t at full force on Joking Bad but it was still a great moment.

What was your favorite part of Joking Bad? Breaking Bad will be coming to end this summer but some of the characters will live on in a new show Better Call Saul.

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