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."
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."