Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul's weird reunion

Last updated 15:26 20/08/2014
Cranston and Paul's weird reunion

BACK TOGETHER: Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

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Is it an TV show ad? Is it a car ad? Is it a spoof of reality show Pawn Stars? Is it a weird Breaking Bad binge-watching-induced dream? Yes.

In a six-minute Audi-sponsored Emmys ad, titled "Barely Legal Pawn," Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite to run a very legitimate (but creepy) pawn shop. Enter Julia Louis-Dreyfus, shy on cash due to a drunken island purchase (relatable), who is trying to make some money by selling her old Seinfeld Emmy award.

Yeah, b***h.

(Pause the video at 4:20 for a special Los Pollos Hermanos shoutout.)

Cranston and Paul are up for Emmys for their roles in the final season of Breaking Bad and Louis-Dreyfus is up for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Veep. The 66th Annual Primetime Emmys air on Tuesday on Vibe from Midday. Stuff will live blog and keep you up to date with all the action.

This post was first published on Mashable 

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