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A Look Back At The “Breaking Bad” Finale Party ~ Hollywood Forever

11:44 AM PDT on October 1, 2013


On Sunday night, LA Taco plunked down at Hollywood Forever cemetery to watch the pilot episode and ultimate conclusion of Breaking Bad. Hosted by Aaron Paul, the event was a fundraiser with Bushmills for The Kind Campaign against childhood bullying. Before the show started, Paul emerged from a smoky camper with stars like Giancarlo Esposito and Bob Odenkirk. Jimmy Kimmel interviewed them on stage, where Bryan Cranston joined and the guy who played Bogdan got grilled about his eyebrows. The night was filled with cast members and fans dressed like their favorite characters, with Breaking Bad-themed bars for VIPs. We met a lot of cool people, including Paul himself, Robert Forrester, the evil twins (cool as hell) and our new BF Jeremiah Bitsu, who played Victor. Then there was an after-party DJ'd by Questlove and attended by Marilyn Manson, Bill Hader, and Ron Jeremy (who passed out on a couch until security roused him). Here are a few of our favorite moments. Enjoy!

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