Aaron Paul misses 'Breaking Bad' as much as you do

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  • The actor says he is having 'withdrawals' from not seeing his 'Breaking Bad' family
  • 'It was such a beautiful, functional family that we didn’t want to leave one another, and we’re still very close'
Aaron Paul misses 'Breaking Bad' as much as you do

If you're having "Breaking Bad" withdrawals, you're in good company. Star Aaron Paul says he misses the show just as much -- if not more.

While promoting his latest film at the Sundance Film Festival, Paul -- who played the perpetually tormented Jesse Pinkman on the show -- says he and the entire cast miss each other terribly.

"We’re all having withdrawals," Paul revealed to Vulture. "It was such a beautiful, functional family that we didn’t want to leave one another, and we’re still very close."

So how is the actor handling the post-"Breaking Bad" world? "I’m just keeping busy," Paul said to Vulture. "I think that’s the thing. I haven’t stopped since we wrapped. We had a little break for the holidays, which is nice, so that’s when I took my belated honeymoon."

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Paul also told Vulture he and his former cast mates text each other to keep in touch while filming other projects: "The day after we wrapped, I was already in northern California on set shooting [his new film] "Need for Speed." I worked on the final day of "Breaking Bad" -- Bryan and I were shooting on the final day and there was a plane waiting for me to take me to northern California to start shooting... and the next morning, I got a text from Bryan Cranston saying, 'I miss you already.' We really loved -- we really love -- one another."

One thing Paul says is still left over from his "Bad" days is his signature line: "I get called 'b**** every day, and people ask me to say 'b****' every day, so I say that. I think eventually that’ll die down, but I don’t see it dying down anytime soon."

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