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Breaking Bad - Interview with Aaron Paul

So, Breaking Bad: Season four ended on a completely insane note, where we find out Walter betrayed Jesse in a big way. Does it make you sad to see how their relationship has frayed over time?
I’m sad seeing it from the character’s point of view, because you know they both have love for each other. But they don’t trust one another sometimes, and they really should. But me as an actor playing Jesse? Shame on Walt. Like, I hate Walt for what he’s done to Jesse. If only Jesse knew all the horrible things that he did, oh my God. I love that they’re back together, but it’s always been such a back-and-forth struggle, a love-hate relationship. But I think at the end, in the parking lot, I think they’re there for each other. They know it was a rough ride. I think they understand each other as true partners now. I don’t think Walt considers himself as a boss to Jesse anymore. Maybe deep down, because Walt has a big ego, but I think Jesse sees himself as being equal to Walt.

They’re still deciding whether the final sixteen episodes are going to be one long season or two short seasons. As an actor, do you hope they break it up into two seasons so that you can work longer?
Oh yeah, for sure. Stretch it out. I honestly would like to keep going, but I’m happy that we’re gonna end it on our terms and are not gonna get cut short, so we’ll be able to finish the story. I would like them to split it up, because why not? Why not do eight that air, and then maybe do eight more? Keep the fun going. Then maybe another eight, then maybe a three-movie deal.

I’m surprised you’re still shaving your head even though you’re on hiatus. Is that by choice?
I just shaved this right before Sundance. It was much, much longer. I just buzzed it off because we’re gonna start shooting soon and I wanted to kind of get back into the feel. Back into the skin.

Everyone’s got a prediction about how things will end. Have you heard any predictions that you especially like?
I’ve heard some pretty funny ones. Where Krazy-8 was never actually dead and he comes back and kills off everybody. Or Tuco. I do have a way that I would like to see it end, but I don’t want to put that out there because I don’t want it to possibly steer the writers on how they wanna do it. But I do have an idea.

Does it involve any deaths?
Ummm … yeah. It does involve a death, and possible deaths. Definitely people dying.

Source: Full interview @ Vulture

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