"Breaking Bad" boasts loyal fans. As the end of AMC's addicting hit approaches, audiences are tuning in in bigger numbers each week. And, evidently, they're not shy when it comes to expressing their love of the show and the stars — a point Bryan Cranston proved when he and co-star Aaron Paul visited "Conan" Monday night.
"This is an honest-to-goodness fan letter that came to me," the man behind good-guy-turned-beyond-bad Walter White said before reading one particularly memorable message aloud.
"Dear Bryan Cranston, Let me preface this letter by saying I have a master’s degree in psychology, and I have never been diagnosed with any psychotic disorder," the fan wrote.
Of course, when a person feels the need to point out something like that, it seems a safe bet that what's to follow might make one question the claim.
"I'm writing to you because I have been holed up in my apartment for two days and nights watching all seasons of your show," the writer continued. "I'm in love with it all."
And by "all" she meant a certain someone on the screen too, which became clear as Cranston continued reading.
"What this has all amounted to is that, right now, I am fantasizing about having sex ... with Aaron Paul."
Yes, much to Paul's amusement, the fan wrote to Walter White about her desire for Jesse Pinkman. But it all made sense when Cranston revealed the twist — his presence was required too.
"I am not sure what your role would be, but I think I want you there," she said.
Well, he is the star of the show.
The "Breaking Bad" series finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. on AMC.