“Breaking Bad” fans, rejoice: your favorite duo is back, this time crossing “Barely Legal” territory as owners of a pawn shop.
In a video from Audi, a sponsor of the 2014 Emmys, Cranston and Paul swap the meth-making business for something a little less sketchy, but just as entertaining.
“Barely Legal Pawn” is the name of their new game, and things get weird when Julia Louis-Dreyfus shows up with an Emmy to pawn.
Her reasoning? She had a little too much to drink, spent a little too much of her “cable” money and is strapped for cash.
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The problem? According the “Breaking Bad” pair, an Emmy won in the comedy category just doesn’t cut it.
“You know what they say, comedy is easy, drama is hard,” Paul says.
Watch the sketch to see what illegal back-room activity Cranston and Paul have gotten into this time.
Better call Saul.