"Breaking Bad" fans in LA, take note. There's no better place to celebrate a TV show about murder and mayhem than an actual graveyard, and Angelenos are in luck.
The cast and crew of AMC's meth-tacular show are hosting a series finale fundraiser on Sept. 29 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The plan is to screen both the pilot episode and series finale, then follow it up with Q&A with the cast and crew.
Tickets cost $45 each and go on sale on noon, Sept. 4 at cinespia.org. All proceeds (not just a portion!) will go toward the Kind Campaign, an anti-bullying initiative founded by Lauren Parsekian (Aaron Paul's wife).
For those unlucky fans who don't happen to live in Los Angeles, both Paul and Bryan Cranston are hosting a competition on Omaze.com in which the winners get to "cook" with the "Bad" duo before the series finale event on Sept. 29. It also comes with a paid flight and hotel room, as well as your personal chauffeur from LAX: Paul himself. The contest costs $10 to enter and ends Sept. 24, notes LAist.
WHO: Diehard "Breaking Bad" fans
WHAT: A "Breaking Bad" series finale fundraiser for Kind Campaign
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 29. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90038
WHY: What better way to experience the end of one of the greatest shows on television -- while fighting bullying at the same time?
COST: $45. Buy tickets at cinespia.org starting Sept. 4 at noon.