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Video: Walter White Makes Surprise Appearance At EDC In Vegas

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Television's favorite drug czar popped by Electric Daisy Carnival this weekend in Las Vegas to introduce an EDM act.

English trance group Above & Beyond have a track they call "Walter White," named for the teacher-turned-meth kingpin from AMC's Breaking Bad. Actor Bryan Cranston made a surprise appearance during Above & Beyond's Saturday night set at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, briefly reprising his Walter White persona by uttering an iconic Breaking Bad line into the mic: "Say my name." As the crowd cheered he said the follow-up line, "You're goddamn right," then pushed the button to kick off the track.

Apparently, Cranston raged all night.

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Here's the scene in question. It's from episode seven of season five. Originally titled "Everybody Wins," the episode was ultimately called "Say My Name."

Above & Beyond formed in 2000 in London. Here's the original mix of "Walter White."

Meanwhile, actor RJ Mitte—who played Walter White's son, Walt, Jr.—was making a special appearance of his own over the weekend. Mitte walked the runway for a Vivienne Westwood show in Milan, wearing a slightly NSFW breastplate with a black and white photo of breasts on it, New York Magazine reports.