"Never say never."
That's what Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston had to say when asked if there was any chance Walter White might someday return.
Hey, it worked for Tony Almeida.
Fans of the show will remember that White appeared to die at the end of the series after being wounded in a shootout with a gang of meth-dealing White Supremacists. As such, skeptics will argue that White's return is impossible, and Cranston could only be referring to a possible appearance in the upcoming prequel, Better Call Saul. However, after being pressed, Cranston specifically said he was unsure whether the character actually died.
"I don't know," he replied when asked by a CNN reporter if White was killed. "Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything."For those of you who saw the final episode, what do you think? Is Cranston for real? If you ask me, that hole in Walter's side is too damn big. Besides, I really doubt Vince Gilligan would allow the character to come back (outside of a prequel), unless of course he runs into trouble with the IRS. In that case, all bets are off.
And for those of you who haven't watched the show, sorry if this article ruined the ending. But honestly, you had more than enough time.