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Bryan Cranston Fully Commits While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones

  • Published on Feb 1, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Bryan Cranston is a six-time Emmy Award-winning actor you know from acclaimed Broadway performances, films that include 2013's Best Picture Argo, and iconic TV shows like Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad. He also stars in the highly anticipated second season of the crime drama Your Honor, now airing on Showtime. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as he makes his triumphant return to the Hot Ones table and takes on the wings of death with Sean Evans. Along the way, he discusses his love affair with the Dodgers, behind-the-scenes Breaking Bad stories, and the keys to being a committed actor.
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Comments • 10 387

  • First We Feast
    First We Feast  Month ago +25504

    Heisenberg returns! Thumbs up if Breaking Bad is in your TV Mount Rushmore.

    • xL00t NinJAx
      xL00t NinJAx 6 days ago

      Love love love love love this episode really good even after the season line up with shawn really good episode fr fr

    • karl wilkinsopn
      karl wilkinsopn 16 days ago

      yoooooooo mr white u crushed those wings like u did the show

    • Boltz
      Boltz 21 day ago

      It's my Statue of Liberty. It stands alone as the finest TV show to ever grace the air.

    • inlyst
      inlyst 26 days ago

      17:51 his cough is packed with reverb. Was that on purpose?

    • inlyst
      inlyst 26 days ago

      “My” is too subjective. It’s in “the” TV Mt Rushmore. If there are entire planets carved by superior alien species, they have dedicated a planet to breaking bad.

  • The Precipice Of Reason
    The Precipice Of Reason Month ago +40569

    "If a character cries, the audience doesn't have to...but if a character tries not to cry, that's when the audience will." Pure genius.

    • osu Fishy
      osu Fishy Hour ago +1

      Hmm, I guess that's why most characters shed a tear, rather than bursting waterfalls unless absolutely necessary.

    • dex räikkönen
      dex räikkönen 2 days ago

      I strongly disagree with that statement.

    • cinsed
      cinsed 4 days ago

      @King I think the other side to the coin is seeing a character never crying, cry. It’s almost like you’re sympathizing with them because of the rarity of the event

    • OneP01nt
      OneP01nt 11 days ago

      still missing that space, edit the comment dude lol

    • OneP01nt
      OneP01nt 13 days ago

      you’re missing a space in between the 3 dots and the but

  • Abriel Robertsson
    Abriel Robertsson Month ago +1097

    He's one of the few people of what I call the "true actors" generations that we are slowly not seeing anymore in the big screens. You can see how much he loves acting, how seriously he takes and how much educated he is about acting. I'm glad that shows like this give him the opportunity to show how smart and down to earth he truly is, instead of watching him make a funny joke or two or play games at Fallon.

    • ♡ berries and cream ♡
      ♡ berries and cream ♡ 15 days ago +1

      we stan bryan

    • Wazupwolf
      Wazupwolf Month ago +3

      A true thespian

    • Odist
      Odist Month ago +8

      Yup it’s a true art form that he’s carrying the history forward and paving a way for the future

  • Fgaugejvs Gnetapp
    Fgaugejvs Gnetapp Month ago +105

    You can tell Sean (like most of us) is just mesmerized with how Bryan loves to share his experiences and how genuine he is, and you can tell just by looking at how he does it.

  • Louieee
    Louieee Month ago +2065

    Bryan Cranston feels like that cool, sassy middle school teacher who'll grade you hard but also actually care

    • Gareth Fritz
      Gareth Fritz 6 days ago

      Never had one that cared unfortunately but that’s Australia for you!

    • Pietro Martignon
      Pietro Martignon 6 days ago

      @chysicus tree L

    • cimA
      cimA 9 days ago

      he teaches a lot of stuff too

    • Gutserk
      Gutserk 13 days ago

      He grades hard BECAUSE he cares. The type of guy to say “I’m giving you a c because I know you can do better than this”

    • Tyler Koenig
      Tyler Koenig 13 days ago

      Call it a wild guess, but i think he’ll teach chemistry

  • John X
    John X Month ago +449

    Bryan Cranston is so warm and relatable. You want to listen to and like him. He's so charming and socially intelligent.

  • Howard Treesong
    Howard Treesong Month ago +237

    Sean has elevated the cheesy experience of eating spicy wings into a treasure of interviewing people of substance and consequence. It could be the most cringe-inducing show and he elevates it with thoughtful questions and delightful guests.

    • Jesus Herrera
      Jesus Herrera 7 days ago +7

      He also is an amazing host. He allows his guests to speak and he just listens. That makes it even more engageful.

  • DomoKing69
    DomoKing69 Month ago +3097

    Walter White did a phenomenal job portraying Bryan Cranston

      HEISENBERG 19 days ago

      Thank you, I did my best

    • Fatal Dawn
      Fatal Dawn 25 days ago

      Yeah lol fck sake 😂 uuuf ;3 ♡ Xd too funny too lol uuuuf hahaha I can't stop laughing lol

    • Daniel Hardesty
      Daniel Hardesty Month ago +1

      @Jay Ryan your hisenburg.

    • Jay Ryan
      Jay Ryan Month ago

      Say my name

  • Mindy G
    Mindy G Month ago +409

    Listening to Bryan describe putting on his headphones and 'floating away' during a rough childhood had me in tears. I felt for him so much and also related to my own bad childhood coping mechanism: my sony walkman. I only had a few albums, but whenever I hear those songs now they still have a calming, disassociate effect on me.

  • Fientje Bauwens
    Fientje Bauwens Month ago +152

    This might sound weird but bryan looks and acts so much like my father who passed away almost 2 years ago and bryan brings me so much comfort i can’t describe it.

    • Rebecca Maracle
      Rebecca Maracle Day ago +1

      My dad hasn't passed, but he is 80. I feel the same way about him and Tom Hanks. I know it's going to be hard to watch Tom after he's gone.

    • Panic Chicken the Third
      Panic Chicken the Third 19 days ago +9

      Ok that is so incredibly sweet I’m about to cry for ya 🥹🥹

      JAINOVA Month ago +19

      it doesnt sound weird at all, i totally get it

  • John Moore
    John Moore Month ago +147

    I had the pleasure of being on set with Mr. Cranston for a movie several years back. He was a true professional. Courteous to everyone, clearly brilliant as an actor and willing to let all "characters" in the room try, whether in, or out of character. I met him at the coffee bar on set and it felt like I was standing next to an extra. He has no pretension.

    • John Moore
      John Moore 3 days ago +1

      @spookie I was a minor role in one scene.

    • spookie
      spookie 3 days ago

      Curious, what was your job on set?

    • Penr0se
      Penr0se 10 days ago +7

      that's awesome, just raw talent and no ego, what a guy.

  • RobasterGaming
    RobasterGaming Month ago +117

    the fact that you mention malcom in the middle and breaking bad in the same sentence so nonchalantly just goes to show how amazing of an actor he is.

  • Jenny Lowe
    Jenny Lowe Month ago +232

    He's is literally one of the best actors ever! So real and compassionate and a brilliant mind. Complete and mad respect to this talented man.

  • HanzsKlopek
    HanzsKlopek Month ago +15747

    Dude's a legend. He even brought socks that match the napkins.

    • Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
      Vigilant Cosmic Penguin Month ago +1

      Also matches the hot sauce.

    • G20
      G20 Month ago +1

      Eagle eyes

    • Lawrence Eich
      Lawrence Eich Month ago

      @UPINDAT247 ??????¿?

    • C
      C Month ago +1

      @Newman Newmanz what about the bodies in your basement? Why would you do stuff like that?

    • The Law of Divine Oneness
      The Law of Divine Oneness Month ago +1

      He really is a legend. And don't forget all those hilarious episodes of King of Queens and Seinfeld he was in. The guy is pure gold.

    BUTTERMYCRUMPETS 27 days ago +47

    One of the best actors of all time. My childhood. My adulthood. What a guy.

  • Natasha Zile
    Natasha Zile Month ago +66

    This might be one of my favorite episodes yet. Bryan seems like such a nice and down to earth guy. And such a talented actor. I love seeing the way Sean brings out this side of people too, I feel like they feel extremely comfortable around him. I mean, as comfortable one can be while eating hot wings of course 😂

  • Sytheneri
    Sytheneri Month ago +108

    Wow.. hearing Bryan talk about baseball with his childhood trauma made me feel exactly how he was. I had a real rough childhood too and used movies to tune out whatever was happening.

  • Weird_Boy
    Weird_Boy 2 days ago +3

    I think this was one of the best episodes of Hot Ones I have ever watched. Brian Cranston is such an amazing talent.

  • Died inVayne
    Died inVayne 21 day ago +19

    Bryan Cranston has got to be the best interviewee ever. His story telling is awesome! I love how he goes into every little bit of what he says in detail, but at the same time, makes it so understandable, relatable, and entertaining that the listeners and even Sean is engaged and listening.

  • BigMark2.0
    BigMark2.0 Month ago +6013

    I love how Cranston really flipped the script. HE did all the talking, while the host ate while he listened. Then suffered.

  • Darryl T
    Darryl T Month ago +62

    This feels more like a wholesome father and son moment.

    • Sceme1991
      Sceme1991 26 days ago +3

      Yeah the (grand)fathery vibes are really strong on him

  • Oliver Blaylock
    Oliver Blaylock 13 days ago +12

    Bryan seems like such a kind soul.

  • Jacy Saad
    Jacy Saad Month ago +62

    He's also so well-spoken and his description of what acting is like, was just unreal. He's incredibly smart and his passion for his work is clear in how he presented it in this video. (Ps... I'm sure most have but if not, go check out his shows, Breaking Bad in particular, and his current one as well!)

  • Charlie Lamare Ortiz
    Charlie Lamare Ortiz 13 days ago +11

    He is so calming and endearing. I could listen to him for hours. And he seems like such a gentle, nice, and genuine person irl.

  • Duhcisive
    Duhcisive Month ago +34

    He should honestly start doing audiobooks, I could literally sit here and listen to him talk all day.

  • tiny99990
    tiny99990 Month ago +3596

    His impersonation of Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman is astoundingly good, because he didn't try and mimic the actual sound of his voice, but mimicked the inflections *SO* well that it is a perfect impersonation

    • Abdallah Ayaz
      Abdallah Ayaz 6 days ago

      Read this comment as it was happening, made me laugh 😂

    • Hystial
      Hystial Month ago

      @Claire Boddey that's crazy. Thanks for informing me.

    • Claire Boddey
      Claire Boddey Month ago +1

      @Hystial sceptical is the correct spelling. It’s spelt skeptical by Americans.

    • Nanashi
      Nanashi Month ago

      @irish November What do you mean

    • IJustDoComments
      IJustDoComments Month ago +2

      I was like wow, he actually sounded like Jesse just then, crazy good.

  • Nick Hoke  NHX610
    Nick Hoke NHX610 2 days ago +2

    Hands down best interview ever on this show. Every time Bryan spoke it was meaningful and fascinating.

  • newby547
    newby547 6 days ago +6

    Malcolm in the Middle was a big show in our house growing up. Looking back, Bryan Cranston did such an awesome job with Hal. He's definitely an actor that has always put out a great character

  • Alex Gambrell
    Alex Gambrell 4 days ago +5

    His charisma seems so effortless. He just lights up the room, his answers are so genuine and thoughtful i love him!

  • Fab Gon
    Fab Gon Month ago +35

    Protect this man at all costs. Such a genuine soul. He always reminds me of my childhood when i would watch Malcolm in the middle

  • Steph
    Steph Month ago +38

    This man for me is hands down one of the best actors of all time! And no one will change my mind! But for me he'll always be Hal just because you didn't know how he'd be! I go back and watch the episode where he teaches Malcolm how to skate when I need a good laugh!!

    • Jordan
      Jordan 20 days ago

      Talk about talk about talk about moooooovin

    • Steph
      Steph Month ago

      @ria palmer To be fair that programme was absolute gold, so many laugh out loud episodes! It's really hard to choose a favourite! But the skates with the disco music genius!! Such a shame that Frankie can't remember it!😞 but that hopefully might've changed ?

    • ria palmer
      ria palmer Month ago +1

      Yes that episode makes me so happy!

  • kun
    kun Month ago +1706

    Bryan is literally one of the most captivating people I’ve ever seen. This man really knows how to tell a story, and on top of that he’s a brilliant actor. Truly a master of his craft.

    • Andreas Habeck
      Andreas Habeck Month ago

      @Annalise Norris I know what sus means, I just don't get why you think he is suspicious 😃

    • Pesse Jinkmanberg
      Pesse Jinkmanberg Month ago

      @Annalise Norris lol thanks for explanation

    • Annalise Norris
      Annalise Norris Month ago

      @Andreas Habeck he's "suspicious as f---- not gonna lie"

    • Andreas Habeck
      Andreas Habeck Month ago

      @Pesse Jinkmanberg what does that mean?

    • tigersunruss
      tigersunruss Month ago +2

      I never watched Malcom in the middle and I kind of want to now. I found him in Breaking Bad and I'm with you, I love hearing him talk. I think he's the guy I would want mentoring me if I was interested in becoming an actor.

  • Kyle S
    Kyle S 27 days ago +12

    Bryan is such a down to earth genuine guy. This was awesome.

  • Sasha M
    Sasha M 11 days ago +11

    Bryan Cranston would make the best teacher ever. I would go to his class every day, he just has such a mesmerizing way of explaining things. It doesn't matter what he's talking about, I'm interested.

  • Cactus Juice
    Cactus Juice 6 days ago +3

    Bryan is brilliant and seems to be a person who can bring out the best of people. Really inspiring human being!

  • June Asiimwe
    June Asiimwe 7 days ago +6

    Bryan Cranston's voice is so soothing. I love listening to him talk about anything, especially since he's such a great storyteller.

  • Joe
    Joe Month ago +9

    Never watched a hot ones before but it was refreshing to hear some genuinely original questions, really showed how much research and effort went into this and it pays off with the fantastic answers

  • Louis R
    Louis R Month ago +2254

    I actually had the pleasure of meeting Brian Cranston after a small play he did in LA. He is without a doubt one of the kindest and most genuine people in Hollywood.

    • Hailey Davis
      Hailey Davis Month ago +1

      I met him too and I completely agree. He felt like a normal human.

    • jennifer kertes
      jennifer kertes Month ago +1

      Was it The Power of Sail? I saw him in La as well.

    • Dave Roy
      Dave Roy Month ago +1

      Wet I met Kevin spacey, I also thought he was the kindest

    • Sunny Bizz
      Sunny Bizz Month ago +1

      Such a generous entertainer

  • JMB
    JMB 7 days ago

    It's so amazing and great that, year after year, Sean (and I assume his team) have managed to come up with excellent, engaging, fun questions for the guests. Sean really is more than just good at his job and gets the most out of his interviews.

  • Alex Young
    Alex Young 12 days ago +4

    Easily the most real actor out there. This man is somebody every single person on the planet would enhance their life by having a simple conversation with. This was an absolute joy to watch.

  • Tuni
    Tuni Month ago +42

    I admire him so much. Every word out of his mouth is pure gold.

  • Paul Weston
    Paul Weston 29 days ago +10

    This is the first Bryan Cranston interview I've seen in completion (not a random clip of an interview). What a captivating guy and probably the fact that it was a Hot Ones interview made it even more enjoyable. I've never ssen an episode of Breaking Bad but everybody says I gotta check it out.

  • Marko Kristic
    Marko Kristic Month ago +6

    I met Mr. Cranston couple of years ago. I was working in an American military base in Europe. He was doing some kind of talks to the Students there. Since I was such a huge fan from his TV series Malcom in the middle I asked his agent if there is a possibility for a photo. He actually did it happily. Super funny, inteligent, down to earth, amazing experience...

  • Ron Rammer
    Ron Rammer Month ago +3188

    This man truly was the only man for walter white. He’s a genius. Phenomenal actor and person

    • Brandon C
      Brandon C 9 days ago

      The only guy I could've seen play Walter White and done a good job aside from Bryan Cranston was Jeffery Dean Morgan. He's another actor capable of going from quiet meek family man to absolute badass and it not feeling forced.

    • Jerome Productions
      Jerome Productions Month ago

      @Mamad Nobari you seem fun

    • Ron Rammer
      Ron Rammer Month ago

      @Jackie C I was watching it last night haha. On season 4 again. There’s a scream compilation of Hal on Clip-Share and it’s brilliant 🤩

  • chair
    chair Month ago +10

    It's always so satisfying and refreshing to see someone who is very passionate about their work and love to share things that they've learned from it to others. Bryan Cranston is the perfect example

  • Caleb Garr
    Caleb Garr Month ago +14

    I have a new and deepened admiration for Bryan. Truly a genuine soul.

  • Craig Grant
    Craig Grant 8 days ago +1

    Bryan is a great actor because he is an amazing story teller .

  • AR Rossouw
    AR Rossouw Month ago +12

    Great interview as always Shaun. Also, fresh kicks. Throughout the seasons I have also learned to look out for and appreciate your extra spice in fashion.

  • 8-Bit Saturn
    8-Bit Saturn 6 days ago +1

    The picture they showed of younger Bryan shows how well they chose an actor for the role of Walter JR/Flynn, they look super similar but just different enough to pull off the child/parent connection

  • rigboat.
    rigboat. Month ago +2451

    It is INSANE how easily he handled those wings. It really amazes me. He powered through those like they didn’t matter. Amazing.

    • Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
      Vigilant Cosmic Penguin Month ago

      He went so far that Sean couldn't even keep up.

    • Bk J
      Bk J Month ago +1

      Probably from all the New Mexico Chile

    • Botros Ojeil
      Botros Ojeil Month ago

      Most people would be freaking out. He was so calm and answering questions very clearly.

    • Maarten n
      Maarten n Month ago

      @Feldspar lol no

    • argreetha
      argreetha Month ago +1

      @Aditya Khapre It's a show from 2008 get over yourself

  • Thomas Griffiths
    Thomas Griffiths 11 days ago +2

    I actually started to cry when he talked about not crying in order to get the audience to cry for you.

  • Paine IntheAss
    Paine IntheAss 14 days ago +2

    The story about Vin Scully could be repeated by millions of boys from the 60s and 70s substituting their own hometown announcers. And when they retired and then passed, it was like a part of your childhood, and therefore a part of you, had passed with them. The connection was so great for example in a city like Philly with Harry Kalas and Richie Ashburn, that they are still revered to this day, and many older fans, like me, will watch the game with the sound off, bc we cant hear it any other way. Anyway...

  • UnLimiTed Pepsi
    UnLimiTed Pepsi 8 days ago +1

    Bryan Cranston is one of the most wholesome actors.

  • Walter370z
    Walter370z 6 days ago +1

    Love how he shared so much behind the scenes Hollywood info

  • invaderzimismyfav
    invaderzimismyfav Month ago +9

    He really cared about his work at great expectations

  • Rohan Arora
    Rohan Arora 14 days ago

    such amazing insights and such great articulation of them. bryan's one of the best for sure

  • smcthatisme
    smcthatisme Month ago +7

    I haven't watched every episode of every season, but I've watched quite a few and this by far is my favorite episode. Cranston's interview is amazing and the way he handles the hot wings is impeccable - like a walk in the park. And he drops the best pearl of wisdom at the very end. Loved it!

  • A. Schmidt
    A. Schmidt Month ago +8

    This was so interesting! I hasn’t seen much that Brian Cranston has been in, but I loved this interview he had great insights- answers to great questions that Sean asks of course- and the stoic Da Bomb reaction is unreal lol

  • Nick Green
    Nick Green Month ago +4

    I can’t get enough of Bryan , everything he does is gold .

  • Gabriel Willians™
    Gabriel Willians™ 5 days ago

    what an incredible person and actor

  • SLaitaar
    SLaitaar Month ago +1856

    Every time I'm amazed at how grounded, humble and wise he appears to be. A true role model in dedication, talent and humility.

    • Biringvad
      Biringvad Month ago

      He explains it in the smartless podcast, came from a really broken family and wanted to rise above that

    • Ryan LeRoux
      Ryan LeRoux Month ago

      @Newman Newmanz No he isn’t lol

    • Scewt
      Scewt Month ago +10

      @Newman Newmanz By definition that is what an actor is, congratulations you are in fact literate to some degree.

    • Red Panda
      Red Panda Month ago

      @Brat Prica I’m cryin

    • lil kirbbo
      lil kirbbo Month ago +16

      @Mr. Hyde ummm yea. Cause I'll give him the benefit of the doubt till he proves other wise? I mean I'm alot more cautious of people in person but if he ends up being a scumbag then oh well. Dude hasn't ever done anything shady as far as I know and I feel when he talks he's genuine. At that point your just doubting cause you assume everyone in Hollywood is a monster. Which maybe are but I don't believe that case with him.

  • connor appleyard
    connor appleyard 18 days ago +1

    "14:15" she couldn't hold in her laugh haha Sean I've watched you since season 1 and thank you for such a great way to interview da bomb is no joke and I love the fact it has stayed on the table all this time!!

  • Scott Just Scott
    Scott Just Scott Month ago +2

    Mr. Cranston is probably in my top three maybe even two favorite Hot Ones guests. He is one of the biggest names in entertainment yet he is humble, interesting and accessible and I hope he keeps coming back on the show. Great episode.

  • Skankhunt42
    Skankhunt42 15 days ago

    He's so right about that crying thing. Most people are repressed. I know I am. I hate when people start bawling on TV, it just makes me super uncomfortable. It hits way harder to see a person handle it like I would. You don't just let yourself break down in tears easily haha.

  • The Big Turtle In Wall

    I just love how genuine he is

  • macsmith2013
    macsmith2013 Month ago +1

    Sean and team, I never fail to be amazed how far you've come with Hot Ones.
    You got a great thing going and can be really proudof yourself!
    Keep it up & all the best to all of you! ❤❤❤

  • MysticJhn
    MysticJhn Month ago +1476

    I've gotta say, that was easily one of the best Hot Ones interviews I've seen to date. Bryan Cranston feels absolutely insightful and genuine while clearly enjoying the wings. He feels like he is giving thoughtful answers and isn't just here to promote his show.

  • Simon Sayz
    Simon Sayz 17 days ago +1

    this man acted in 2 of the greatest series of my life... i never forget malcolm in the middle or breaking bad. this man is a genius!

  • mayra sanchez
    mayra sanchez 16 days ago

    I love Bryan so much my fav actor so inspiring man 🎉

  • Linda Williams
    Linda Williams 12 days ago

    BRYAN CRANSTON a real class act! Love Your Honor and Breaking Bad. We can't wait to see what he'll star in next, maybe a season 3 of Your Honor??

  • Chad Corn
    Chad Corn Month ago +1

    I've never seen Sean so enamored by a guest. Granted, Cranston is such an eloquent speaker and fantastic story teller that it's hard to imagine anyone talking to him and not having the same reaction that Sean is.

  • RickyRick
    RickyRick Month ago +2918

    I love Bryan Cranston . He commits himself to his work, even a chicken wing interview he is fun, lively , and engaging.

    • LtCdrXander
      LtCdrXander Month ago +1

      Interestingly, Bryan Cranston also did voice acting work for old-school anime dubs in the 90s. He actually landed a pretty weird role during that time, as he voiced the main protagonist in the American dub of the 90's anime film, "Ramayana: the Legend of Prince Rama", an anime movie created jointly by Japan and India in celebration of 40 years of good relations between the two countries. It's actually a pretty cool anime, and it even features an army of monkey warriors! Unfortunately though, the American dub with Cranston seems to have been lost to time, as no version of it seem to exist anymore. There's another English dub that can be found here on YT actually (in 144p of course), but it's the British English one, not the American one with Cranston. It seems like the American dub tried to appeal more to American kids by having goofy jokes littered everywhere, which is to be expected. Consequently, the focus on comedy takes away from the moral values and life lessons taught in the original Ramayana story, but still, it would be interesting if anyone found the lost Bryan Cranston dub.
      Cranston did voice work in some other animes during the time, such as the Street Fighter II anime, and some others that I don't remember off the top of my head. It goes to show how much range one can have as an actor.

    • Mrs. Bz
      Mrs. Bz Month ago +1

      @rdb no offense taken at all. Trust me, I was disappointed as well because I was a huge fan of Breaking Bad. He’s still an amazing actor, but I don’t appreciate his ego.

    • rdb
      rdb Month ago +1

      @Mrs. Bz you have a very valid point I apologise for coming across rude

    • rdb
      rdb Month ago +1

      @Mrs. Bz I won't lie I'm a bit sad to hear he was like that

    • Mrs. Bz
      Mrs. Bz Month ago +1

      @rdb he referred to his superior intellect and talent several times in about a 45 minute speech and wasn’t at all joking. It was shocking. I actually left early because I was so grossed out by his arrogance.

  • Missy
    Missy Month ago +6

    It's impossible to dislike this man! Love you Bryan

  • Madeline Garber
    Madeline Garber Month ago +6

    Ok but the fact that he kept his composure until de bomb is freaking impressive. Also that rock candy story is great. I’d be dipping into it all the time.

  • Hailey Davis
    Hailey Davis Month ago +1

    I met Bryan at a NCMEC event and he was a really nice guy even though everyone was crowding him for pictures. Very down to earth.

  • montse
    montse 28 days ago +2

    These interviews always ask the most interesting questions. It’s so freshing to watch compared to other shows

  • Chris
    Chris Month ago +1

    What an amazing human being and actor. He is a master of his craft. I love that he demonstrates that so much of entertainment media is not just about acting, but understanding the audience and how people react to stimuli.

  • A S
    A S Month ago +1

    One of the most interesting interviews I've seen although that's hard to say since there are so many great episodes. WTG Sean and crew for making such great conversations!!

  • Bo Bowling
    Bo Bowling 26 days ago +3

    One of the greatest actors of ALL TIME, and greatest Minds! He is a pure genius! I honestly think he doesn't get the credit he deserves! I think his name should be mentioned up there with the likes of Denzel, Deniro, Brando, etc.

  • S B
    S B 13 days ago +5

    18:30 BC talks about working for this dating company in very different part of his life with the same integrity as he does his current acting roles. He talks passionately about it like he just experienced it, not decades ago. He's very interesting.

  • cky137
    cky137 Month ago +14

    Such an insanely likeable guy

  • Mislukn Sfsuis
    Mislukn Sfsuis Month ago +4

    This man has raised like 2 different generations of people with Malcolm in the middle and breaking bad

  • Julia Hiiri
    Julia Hiiri Month ago +1075

    Every interview that I've seen with Bryan Cranston, he just seems like he genuinely loves to talk with people. He is always having such good time.

    • Bean Boiz
      Bean Boiz Month ago

      @Elijah Mwanga Good actor and person

    • Elijah Mwanga
      Elijah Mwanga Month ago +1

      He is an actor🤣

    • GoGetYourShinebox
      GoGetYourShinebox Month ago +12

      I wish I was as good of a conversationalist as him lol

    • Alex
      Alex Month ago +3

      @Elmers Mind Games and he is a phenomenal actor

    • Ice Water
      Ice Water Month ago +8

      @Elmers Mind Games Or was he?

  • Brian Hannold
    Brian Hannold Month ago +6

    Bryan Cranston is the ONE THAT KNOCKS! He has been great in every role! Great interview and great episode!

  • Mush Mouf
    Mush Mouf Month ago +1

    Hes great cause he's always willing to learn and take advice

  • Aaron Oxford
    Aaron Oxford 16 days ago

    One of the very best yet! Man is a absolute legend!

  • brett myers
    brett myers Month ago +1

    This is my favourite episode yet. Great questions and responses. Brain is pure class and delivers greatness. 👏

  • banter abc
    banter abc 20 days ago

    Bryan has the charisma to make a prank with the staff to switch the wings a little

  • Dan W
    Dan W Month ago +1304

    "Look at us. Who would have thought?" The legacy of Paul Rudd and his legendary episode will forever remain with this show.

    • Root Fam
      Root Fam Month ago +1

      @Edward Alcala20:05

    • khobe Briant
      khobe Briant Month ago +3

      Yeess! Rudd and Cranston seem like 2 of the most genuine actors and humans.

    • Scout
      Scout Month ago +3

      @Edward Alcala you can actaully open the video transcript (which is auto genrated keep that in mind) and ctrl + f the keywords you wanna find in the video

    • Dean G
      Dean G Month ago +1

      @joelface cheers legend. the hero we all needed !!!

    • Dan W
      Dan W Month ago

      @Forgotmynamelol Ditto! I was hoping that as well.

  • 361Jonel
    361Jonel 19 days ago +1

    I keep wondering how Sean can think of such good questions. Comprehensive, yet mostly new-ish. Not repetitive at all.

  • Coyote Duran
    Coyote Duran Month ago +3

    *This was equal parts joy and master class. Outstanding episode!!!*

  • Andrew Wilburn
    Andrew Wilburn Month ago +2

    what a class act. pure composure and grace the entire time.

  • Cassandra M
    Cassandra M Month ago +2

    I just love Brian. Just a smart, lovely, man and one of our greatest actors.

  • Captain Jeoy
    Captain Jeoy 18 days ago

    Okay... This was a really great interview. One of the best actually. Bro is so insightful

  • xPreame
    xPreame Month ago +2695

    One of the greatest actors of all time..but one of the greatest human beings as well. The world needs more people like him

    • Gold, Jerry! Gold!
      Gold, Jerry! Gold! Month ago +1

      @Mondo wahhh WAH WAH children are being taught the truth of the world

    • Mondo
      Mondo Month ago

      @Gold, Jerry! Gold! At least I don't have to be childish enough to resort to name calling. 🙄

    • Mondo
      Mondo Month ago

      @Airworthyboxer Look on the Official CRT definition, hes right.

  • Reflexlwd
    Reflexlwd Month ago +3

    Bryan Cranston deserves every single love and appreciation he's getting nowadays! I've watched so many older tv series and films with him in it, and I always adored him, yet he never got big roles or attention before BB.

  • CalvinB
    CalvinB 23 days ago +1

    Bryan Cranston is honestly such a gem in a Hollywood. Surrounded by schemers and filthy celebs Cranston has always remained who he is. It’s truly awesome to see.

  • #TookATrumpToday
    #TookATrumpToday Month ago +1

    What a good man. Great actor. Wise and smart. He is def one of the best on HEAT and depth! 💙

  • Bomb Voyage
    Bomb Voyage Month ago +3

    He's so good at telling stories he could be/should be a standup comic.

  • RobertPaulson
    RobertPaulson Month ago +6

    Bryan Cranston is a treasure. One of the best actors of our time.