“Breaking Bad fans often approach me and want to talk about the scene where my character, Jane, chokes on her own vomit and dies. It’s been happening more and more often as people are continuing to find the show via Netflix — plus it’s pretty much cultural jury duty at this point. Never in a million years did I think I would get so much attention for fake-choking on a concoction of oatmeal and Mylanta. That’s just enough pasty disgustingness to make you want to puke for real, and at one point some of the puke mix even got in Aaron Paul’s ear, but of course he didn’t care; he’s an amazing, beautifully available gem of an actor, always supportive, playful, encouraging, and present — an onion ring in a pile of mere French fries. Mylanta and oatmeal or not, I’m lucky, proud, and honored to be a part of what may well be the best TV series of all time.” – Krysten Ritter, in an essay on her Breaking Bad experience for New York magazine. Read the whole thing here.
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