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PHOTO: Breaking Bad’s Walter White In A Phillies Jersey

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston (credit: Robyn Beck/Getty Images)

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston (credit: Robyn Beck/Getty Images)

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By Spike Eskin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Walter White, the character played by Bryan Cranston in the AMC show Breaking Bad, was a pretty unlikeable guy.

On the list of “things to not like about Walter White,” we’ve got:

Drug Dealer

Drug Maker



Bad dresser

Almost all of the seven deadly sins

All of these things, however, pale in comparison to being a Philadelphia sports fan. At least according to one of the show’s writers.

Thomas Schnauz tweeted out a photo of Cranston as White in a Phillies jersey, and noted they chose not to use it because it would make White’s character “too unlikeable.”

Later on, Schnauz revealed that Cranston is was cheering for the Phillies in hopes the Yankees would lose the 2009 World Series, and was fooling around on the set.

Schnauz ended up revealing even more information later, when questioned by comedian Jay Black. As it turns out, Schnauz is a Mets fan:

Who was tortured by Phillies fans:

And finally decided to stick it to Phillies fans one last time:


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