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Breaking Bad fans go wild as Better Call Saul features cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman

‘I’m so happy I’m crying!’ Breaking Bad fans go wild as Better Call Saul flashes back to the hit series with cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman

Breaking Bad fans went wild as Better Call Saul flashed back to the hit series in an episode named after its predecessor, on Tuesday.

Viewers of the show were treated to cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the scene which mirrored an episode aired in season two of Breaking Bad.

Taking to Twitter in their troves, fans claimed it was the ‘best surprise ever’ as the show opened to see Saul kidnapped by Jesse and Walter.

'I'm so happy I'm crying!'  Breaking Bad fans went wild as Better Call Saul flashed back to the hit series with cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman on Tuesday

‘I’m so happy I’m crying!’ Breaking Bad fans went wild as Better Call Saul flashed back to the hit series with cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman on Tuesday

It also saw the three of them briefly stranded aboard Walter’s infamous RV known as ‘The Crystal Ship’ after it breaks down.

One fan penned: ‘I’ve missed Walt and Jesse so much. I’m so happy I’m crying. These three in the Crystal Ship is FANTASTIC.’

Another added: ‘I’ve been waiting for this moment for years, it’s worth every single second of waiting.’

‘If that’s the last we see of Walt and Jesse, I’ll be perfectly fine with that. I’m just glad we got to see them in those ridiculous ski masks again,’ a third added.

Crossover: Taking to Twitter in their troves, fans claimed it was the 'best surprise ever' as the episode opened to see Saul (pictured) kidnapped by Jesse and Walter

Crossover: Taking to Twitter in their troves, fans claimed it was the ‘best surprise ever’ as the episode opened to see Saul (pictured) kidnapped by Jesse and Walter

Exciting: It saw the three of them briefly stranded aboard Walter's infamous RV known as 'The Crystal Ship' after it breaks down

Exciting: It saw the three of them briefly stranded aboard Walter’s infamous RV known as ‘The Crystal Ship’ after it breaks down

Breaking Bad ran on Stan, AMC and Netflix for five seasons from 2008 to 2013. Bryan Cranston played Walter, a terminally-ill chemistry teacher in New Mexico who makes and deals methamphetamine with a former student Jesse, played by Aaron Paul.

The show received tons of critical acclaim, including 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards.

It also stars Norris, Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and many more well-known actors and actresses.

Amazing: One fan penned: 'I've missed Walt and Jesse so much.  I'm so happy I'm crying.  These three in the Crystal Ship is FANTASTIC'

Amazing: One fan penned: ‘I’ve missed Walt and Jesse so much. I’m so happy I’m crying. These three in the Crystal Ship is FANTASTIC’

It comes as the cast of Breaking Bad, including stars Bryan and Aaron, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters from the series at the convention center in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday.

The duo attended the event alongside Better Call Saul actress Rhea Seehorn, their co-star Dean Norris, creator Vince Gilligan and many more members of the creative team.

Bryan, 66, wore a long-sleeve white shirt with a thin brown bolo tie wrapped around his neck.

Immortalized: It comes as the cast of Breaking Bad, including stars Bryan and Aaron, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Immortalized: It comes as the cast of Breaking Bad, including stars Bryan and Aaron, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters in Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Malcolm in the Middle star’s bushy white beard completely covered his face and nearly obscured his wide grin.

He stood alongside his longtime co-star Aaron, 42, who looked casually cool in a mustard yellow button-down shirt with several buttons left undone.

The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues.

The 55-year-old took a moment to drink in a view of the permanent statues commemorating the characters he helped create.

The unveiling: The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show's creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues

The unveiling: The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues

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