Bryan Cranston resurrects Walter White for SNL cold opening — watch

Meet Donald Trump's new Head of the DEA

Turns out Walter White didn’t die at the end of Breaking Bad. Instead, he faked his own death and has spent the last four years hiding out in the comments’ section of Breitbart. Now, though, he’s come out of hiding to serve in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. His role? The Head of the DEA, but of course.

So went the cold opening of this week’s Saturday Night Live, which marked the first time Bryan Cranston resurrected his infamous character since Breaking Bad ended in 2013. Watch the replay below.


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