The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will soon be home to some of Breaking Bad’s most iconic props. The massive culture archive announced on Twitter that several infamous items from the hit show—including the black Heisenberg hat, Walt and Jesse’s hazmat suits, a Los Pollos cup, a Saul Goodman matchbook and, of course, some “blue”—will be joining props from other great TV shows and movies. Who wants to go on a field trip? Discuss

Now that Walter White has reached his final repose, actor Bryan Cranston is looking for more work. Recently, the Breaking Bad actor told Entertainment Tonight Canada he wouldn’t mind returning to the lighter antics of Malcolm in the Middle, where he stretched his comedic chops playing the resident bumbling father alongside Frankie Muniz, Jane Kaczmarek and Christopher Masterson.

“It’d be fun to pick up [Hal’s] clothes again and be fun and sweet and adorable and hapless and clueless and afraid of everything,” he told the show. “I don’t have a yearning to go back into [Breaking Bad's] world because we just covered it completely, I think.” Memo to FOX: Make this happen, please? #BreakingMalcolm Discuss

YouTube mash-up artist David Elmaleh somehow managed to cobble together footage of Breaking Bad and Bryan Cranston’s short time on the sitcom Seinfeld into a single, minute-long, incredibly disturbing story. The Internet never ceases to amaze. Discuss

Albuquerque may soon have a familiar face serving as County Commissioner. Actor Steven Michael Quezada has announced that he is running for the position, telling the AP, “I think I bring a new face to the Democratic Party.” If Quezada looks familiar, that’s because he played DEA Agent Steven Gomez in the Albuquerque-set crime drama Breaking Bad. Ironically, Quezada is currently a member of the school board, giving him access to local chemistry professors, who may or may not be involved in elaborate crime rings that he may or may not be infiltrating to avenge the death of his partner. Just speculating here. Discuss

Discovery released a trailer for the upcoming season of their long-running series, MythBusters, and along with the kinds of science experiments and explosions they’re known for, the duo has something special in store for Breaking Bad fans. ’s creator, Vince Gilligan, will make a guest appearance as the pair will see if the remote controlled robotic machine gun Walter White creates during the series finale would actually work. In case you had any doubts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have the coolest jobs in the world. The new series debuts July 18. Discuss

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