Emmy-winner organized the Los Angeles event, giving away signed scripts and other unique items from the AMC show
Aaron Paul had an eventful Monday. The night ended with his show “Breaking Bad” dominating at the Emmys, and Paul himself winning his third supporting actor trophy. But before that, the 35-year-old actor was running around Los Angeles on a “Breaking Bad” scavenger hunt.
He created the event for fans and coordinated it via Twitter. As he explained on “Kimmel,” he was going through his house and found a bunch of memorabilia from “Breaking Bad” and thought this would be a great way to thank the fans for their support of the show and his career.
Prizes included signed scripts, including both the pilot and the series finale, as well as his character Jesse Pinkman's license plate, and a lily of the valley plant used on the show.
The event started with fans mobbing his co-star R.J. Mitte at a local IHOP restaurant. It ended with Paul literally running through a park while wearing his yellow hazmat suit from the show. That one he signed with his signature catchphrase: “Yeah bitch!”
He Tweeted to his fans where he was and that the first person to tag him — literally by touching him — would get the suit. He told Kimmel that within a minute he was being chased down by two guys.
“Breaking Bad” dominated in its final year of contention at “The 66th Annual Emmy Awards,” taking home trophies for outstanding drama, lead actor (Bryan Cranston), lead actress (Anna Gunn), writing for the episode “Ozymandias” (Moira Walley-Beckett), and Paul's supporting actor nod.