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Guys, Aaron Paul Is Hosting A 'Breaking Bad' Scavenger Hunt In Los Angeles

Aaron Paul just keeps getting cooler and cooler (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
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"Yeah, bitch!" Aaron Paul truly is the best. The Breaking Bad actor announced yesterday on Instagram that he'll be holding a scavenger hunt around Los Angeles for the show's fans on August 25 before the Emmys.

"There will be signed Breaking Bad scripts, posters, dolls, action figures and some really cool Breaking Bad art hidden all over the Hollywood area," the 34-year-old actor wrote on Instagram. "We couldn't have done it without you. Happy hunting."

We don't blame him for celebrating since the two-time Emmy winner is nominated again for best supporting actor at this year's awards show. And it's not the first time he's done some cool things for his fans. Paul hosted an epic event at Hollywood Forever last year, screening the final episode of the series; and for the folks who couldn't get in, he threw together a last-minute scavenger hunt, giving away 20 tickets to fans to attend. In September, he ran a scavenger hunt in Boise, Idaho, where the prizes were tickets to watch a screening of a Breaking Bad episode with him at a theater he rented out in town.

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This all comes on the heels of a hilarious Emmys promo released earlier this week where he and Breaking Bad costar Bryan Cranston portrayed pawn shop owners (yes, the duo back together again!). If you haven't seen it yet, we suggest you do, here.