If you’re excited about “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” but need a “Breaking Bad” refresher or you have been living under a rock and have never seen the AMC series before, don’t worry. Aaron Paul‘s got you, bitch.
The erstwhile Jesse Pinkman recapped the entire plot of the five-season Emmy-winning series on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in just two and a half minutes (watch above). And it is pure perfection. He covers everything you need to know: Walt (Bryan Cranston) has cancer; “we cook meth in a Winnebago”; “I say ‘bitch’ a lot”; Walt Jr. (RJ Mitte) really likes breakfast; they kill some people “with science”; “I fall in love with Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter)”; “Walt hires a lawyer named Saul (Bob Odenkirk), who gets his own show where he works at a Cinnabon.”
There’s also a “scary chicken man named Gus (Giancarlo Esposito)” and a “grumpy bald guy named Mike (Jonathan Banks).” And who can forget the “creepy Mexican murder twins,” “Danny Trejo‘s decapitated head on a turtle” and that time “creepy wheelchair uncle blows up scary chicken man”? Or when “Hank figures out Walt is actually Heisenberg while taking a sh–“? Or when almost everyone dies, including the neo-Nazis because “Walt kills them with a cool robot gun in the trunk of his car because again, science, bitch”?
“Then Walt dies while I drive away in an El Camino, which is also the name of the movie where this all picks up,” Paul concludes.
See, who needs Netflix when Aaron Paul is here with a quick download that is far less emotionally draining? Well, actually, you do need Netflix to see “El Camino,” which premieres on the service and opens in select theaters Friday.