Last week, Aaron Paul announced that he would commemorate Breaking Bad's final night at the Emmys by hosting a Breaking Bad-themed scavenger hunt in Los Angeles. True to his word, Paul has spent much of the day sending Breaking Bad fans around the city to collect props and meet some of his fellow Breaking Bad alums.
It started with the opportunity to have breakfast with Walter Jr. (R.J. Mitte) at an IHOP:
From there, Paul sent fans to a taco shop to meet Marco Salamanca (Luis Moncada), one of the two axe-wielding twins who squared off against Hank in a parking lot:
Next was the lovable Badger, who met a gaggle of Breaking Bad lovers at a Guitar Center, and gave one fan a signed script from the series:
Next door to the Guitar Center, fans could meet Krazy 8 (Max Arciniega), who was hanging out in the sandwich section of a Ralph's:
Paul signed and hid his "Pinkman" license plate from the series at a car wash for one lucky fan to find:
And finally, Paul donned his yellow cooking suit and ran into West Hollywood Park. The first fan to tag him got to keep it:
Breaking Bad will compete for six Emmys tonight, including Best Drama, Best Actor (Bryan Cranston), Best Supporting Actress (Anna Gunn), and Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Paul).