It’s been almost a week since Breaking Bad’s insane season finale, and we still can’t stop talking about it. We've even turned it into a craft project of sorts. So when we saw Giancarlo Esposito, whose character Gustavo Fring has quite the explosive scene in the episode, at the opening of The Mountaintop on Broadway last night, we had a few things to go over with him. Eagerly. [Spoilers ahead.]
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