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Better call Saul: Breaking Bad's Jesse tours city's pubs and clubs


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AMC Celebrates The Final Episodes Of "Breaking Bad"

AMC Celebrates The Final Episodes Of "Breaking Bad"


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BREAKING Bad's Aaron Paul was busy soaking up the best that Dublin's nightlife has to offer over the weekend.

The actor, who played drug addict turned drugs manufacturer Jesse Pinkman in the smash hit show, was spotted at a number of exclusive spots around town.

Emmy award-winning Paul posed for pictures with fans who described him as a "really sound bloke".

He made his way to 37 Dawson Street, Diceys and The Dean Hotel on Saturday night.

The 35-year-old actor even gate-crashed a girls' night out - much to their delight.

He posed happily for pictures with fans who were thrilled to bump into the Hollywood star.

"My friend spotted him in the smoking area and we asked him for a picture.

"He was nice enough to take two because the first one didn't come out well," Dubliner John Carroll told the Herald about meeting the actor.

"He was very funny. His friend was trying to drag him away, he said he had to stand by his fans," he added.

"He was rushed off after that - he was getting a lot of attention."

The stand-up comedian said that he was "shell-shocked" after meeting the star.

Paul came to fame as Walter White's partner in crime in the five-year-long drama about dealing drugs and fighting American-Mexican drug cartels.

The series has since ended but fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the show's first spin-off, Better Call Saul.


It will focus on the character of Saul Goodman, Walter White's corrupt lawyer. It is set six years before the lawyer ever meets the meth-producing duo.

But creators of the spin-off this week confirmed that neither Paul nor Brian Cranston who plays suburban-dad Walter White will appear in the show.

"Walt and Jesse will not appear in season one. We really want this to stand on it's own, not saying it's never going to happen," Peter Gould one of the creators of the show confirmed this week.