"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul appeared on "Saturday Night Live" on September 28, making fans wonder what will happen on the series finale that starts at 9 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
In anticipation of the conclusion of the series, Paul made a surprise cameo appearance in the opening segment of the new "SNL" season.
He played the role of one of several "average" Americans who testified to the need for health care coverage alongside President Barack Obama, played by "SNL" cast member Jay Pharoah.
In the short skit, Aaron Paul mentioned his "friend" who had cancer and needed health care.
Pharoah, who played Obama in the segment, spoke up on behalf of Paul's friend and said, "The man was a teacher with a family."
Paul piped up with more information about his friend, stating, "He did what any of us would have done. He started cooking meth. And soon it wasn't just meth, it was murder. And not regular murder, he blew half a guy's face off."
When Obama tried to get Paul off stage after his comment about meth, the "Breaking Bad" star shouted, "Wait ... You don't want to know what happened to my friend?"
Of course, many fans do want to know what happened to his friend, if the "friend" he spoke of is Walter White, Paul's drug compatriot played by Bryan Cranston.
Cranston's character is a teacher turned drug lord who has cancer in the series that ends on Sunday night.
Watch the "Breaking Bad" SNL video here.