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‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ mash-up creates alternate ending

‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ mash-up creates alternate ending

WAS IT ALL A DREAM? : Bryan Cranston, seen with his infamous Heisenberg hat, appears in an alternate ending of the "Breaking Bad" series on the upcoming box set. Photo: Associated Press/Jordan Strauss

An alternate ending of “Breaking Bad” is a mash-up of Brian Cranston’s two TV series.

Cranston wakes up in bed next to Jane Kaczmarek, who played his wife in “Malcolm in the Middle.” He tells her he had a nightmare that he was a drug dealer who killed people and cooked meth.

She tells him he shouldn’t have eaten “deep-fried Twinkies” before going to bed.

He then tries the sex movie that Walter used on Skyler. Kaczmarek tells him to knock it off.

The video ends with a shot of Walter’s black Heisenberg hat on a chair.

The spoof is expected to be one of the extras in the “Breaking Bad” DVD set coming out Nov. 26.

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