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Aaron Paul Teases 'Breaking Bad' Ending On Twitter

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"Breaking Bad" is coming back on tonight for its final season, and folks on Twitter are gleefully counting down the minutes until it airs.

Among them is Aaron Paul, who stars as Jesse Pinkman on the show. He's been tweeting the shit out of the season premiere, but today, he posed the question that is truly on everyone's mind:

Of course, Paul isn't the only celeb writing about the show online. Zach Braff weighed in with this seemingly delightful invitation:

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Mindy Kaling jumped on board as well:

And Questlove also got in on the action, tweeting this Vine:

The final episodes of "Breaking Bad" start tonight at 9:00 p.m. Who among you is watching?