On Sunday night, Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep) will be three of the many actors vying for trophies at the Emmy Awards. In advance of the ceremony, the trio have collaborated on a wacky parody video in which Louis-Dreyfus attempts to pawn the Emmy that she won nearly 20 years ago.
Cranston and Paul play the proprietors of Barely Legal Pawn, the subject of a Pawn Stars-esque reality show. When Julia Louis-Dreyfus tries to pawn off the Emmy she won for Seinfeld, the trio engage in a mind game–filled bidding war.
Of course, the video wouldn't be complete without a nod to Cranston and Paul's other creative collaboration. Breaking Bad fans will want to stick around for the video's ending, which offers a few winks to anyone who longs to spend just a little more time with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. --Scott Meslow
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