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Bryan Cranston Hints Walter White Is Alive, Twitter Has Emotional Breakdown

Bryan Cranston seen at Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures Present the Los Angeles Premiere of 'Godzilla' at Dolby T
Bryan Cranston seen at Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures Present the Los Angeles Premiere of 'Godzilla' at Dolby Theatre on Thursday, May 8, 2014, in Hollywood. (Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Warner Bros./AP Images)

Thursday, May 29, Bryan Cranston stopped by CNN and decided to blow up the Internet. When asked point blank if Walter White was dead, Cranston answered, "I don't know," and when it came to the possibility of a "Breaking Bad" movie, he replied," Never say never."

With that, Twitter went on an emotional roller coaster, which we've broken down into 10 stages of acceptance.

Stage 1: Initial Shock

Stage 2: Confusion

Just for clarification, Walter White's alter ego is Heisenberg, not quirky actor Jesse Eisenberg.

Stage 3: Reasoning

Stage 4: The Celebrity Endorsement

Stage 5: Playful Excitement

Stage 6: Actual Excitement

Stage 7: Denial

Stage 8: Anger

Stage 9: A Religious Awakening

Stage 10: A Final Realization

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