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
— Jeremy Clymer (@JeremyClymer) May 30, 2014
Stage 9: A Religious Awakening
Stage 10: A Final Realization
@OliverFrenchie Bryan Cranston is Justin Bieber o___________o
— Nalbis (@TotallyNalbis) May 30, 2014
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