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Gage Skidmore

Walter White Helps Kid Get Date to Prom

April 15, 2014, 3:00 pm
By Enrique Limon

AMC's Breaking Bad might be gone, but it's definitely not forgotten.

Bryan Cranston's depiction of former high school chem teacher turned methamphetamine manufacturer endures as what some have called "the greatest TV character ever."

Ask and you shall receive, the old adage goes. A ballsy teenager by the name Stefan Montana recently proved it true when he approached Cranston after a performance of All the Way on Broadway, where the actor gives life to Lyndon B Johnson.

The youth's request? That Cranston channel his Heisenbergy best and ask a girl by the name Maddy to go to prom with him "or tread lightly."


The phrase was used during "Blood Money," the ninth episode of the New Mexico-shot series' final season. It marked a pivotal moment: the last exchange between White and Hank Schrader. 

The Blue Sky icing on the cake? Not only did Cranston prove to be the ant-Hollywood douche by entertaining the youngster's request, she said yes.

No word yet on Montana ditching the limo and opting to pick up his date in a Winnebago.

Featured image via Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons. H/t People.com


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