So This Is What Walter White Did Next...

Bryan Cranston brings Heisenberg back for a Saturday Night Live sketch

Thanks to Saturday Night Live, now we know where Walter White has been Breaking Bad ended. He's been hanging out in the comments section of Breitbart.

Bryan Cranston's drug dealing alter ego made an appearance in this week's SNL cold open to announce that he is going to be the new head of the Drug Enforcement Agency in the Donald Trump administration.

"[Steve Bannon] tracked me down because I've been off the grid for a while," White said, adding, "Trust me, I know the DEA better than anyone, inside and out."

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He is also a fan of Trump's proposed wall along the Mexican border. Why? "A lot less competition for the rest of us," he said.

Something tells me he's not talking about jobs.

The pick makes sense and follows the Trumpian pattern of appointing cabinet members who are dead set on destroying the very things they are charged to lead. After all, Trump's pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency doesn't believe in climate change; his labor secretary nominee wants to abolish the minimum wage; and his choice for secretary of education has never attended public schools, nor have her children.

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Comparatively speaking, a "science teacher" from New Mexico like Walter White actually seems like a relatively qualified choice for the DEA.

From: Esquire