Hi, Peter. It’s me. Uh…I got in to Oxford. Woo-hoo. It’s very exciting. I came by your house a little bit ago and I um…you weren’t there. And so I’m um…I’m on my way to the airport right now, because there’s this really great summer class that I found out about and I thought that it would somehow be easier, I guess, this way. I think that maybe it’s time to let this go. And that’s not because I don’t love you, but its actually because I do. So um…okay, bye.
“Who is he without someone telling him what to do?” You’ll find out. I’ve had a lot of time to think about that question. I’m really happy that the writers didn’t try to rush a little redemptive arc at the end of last season because I really do think it would have felt rushed. Now we have a whole season to explore that.” - Brett Dalton x
"I didn’t really slap [Anna] (…) I made no contact. Every actor works differently, and I have to keep things light. Anna likes to stay very focused, even when she’s not shooting, and I totally respect her, but it was really hard for me to not do a spit take. Like if I had my way, I’d have slapped her, and then told her to slap me, and then I’d slap her again, and then we’d just make out. At least once."
#thisshouldhavehappened #betsybrandt #annagunn #marieschrader #skylerwhite #breakingbad #brba #sisterlylove
puppies are touchable happiness
Meanwhile the father-of-one said he took on a paternal role while filming Breaking Bad.
"I gratefully and fully accept that responsibility. It strengthens the family when you take the time to celebrate moments. And I just wouldn’t allow any bullshit. Otherwise, the unit "breaks down", he said.
He admits he played favourites with former co-star Aaron Paul, who played his partner in crime on the show.
"I love him like a son. We’ll be friends for life."