Watch Bryan Cranston Become Emotional Discussing Breaking Bad

He is the man that cries

It's one of the toughest Breaking Bad moments to watch – and it's about to get tougher.

During an appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio, Bryan Cranston talked about filming the season two scene that sees Walt let Jesse's (Aaron Paul) junkie girlfriend Jane (Krysten Ritter) choke to death on her own vomit.  

"[Walter White] hears [Jane] start to cough and he goes to her because that's human instinct," Cranston commented, "and before he gets to her he stops and thinks, 'Wait a minute – she's a junkie. She's got Jesse on heroin; she'll kill him. It's better if I don't do anything." 

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It's here where the actor, recollecting the moment, breaks down.

"But she's a little girl – she's young enough to be my daughter. And then I see the face of my own daughter in her place, and I didn't want to; I didn't plan on it …"

Quite honestly, this is a must-watch for Breaking Bad fans.

Try to rewatch that scene without crumbling yourself. Just try.

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