8/14/2013

Animated Star Trek Breaking Bad pie-eating contest - Source

J.J. Abrams, please add this insane bit of Star Trek fan fiction into your next movie!

I've heard a lot about Breaking Bad, but I've only seen a few episodes. This scene from the show explains why it's so popular.

Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad season 5, the final season, broke ratings records. The acclaimed drama, starring Bryan Cranston, had 5.9 million viewers according to Nielsen ratings.

Vince Gilligan created the American television drama and it's playing on the cable network AMC. The story follows Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a 50-year-old high school chemistry teacher in Albuquerque. After White is diagnosed with lung cancer, he uses his knowledge of chemistry to make crystal meth with one of his former students Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) to make money for his family.

In one scene two stoners, Brandon "Badger" Mayhew (Matt L. Jones) and Skinny Pete (Charles Baker), got into a conversation about Star Trek and it's brilliantly demented as they talk about a pie-eating contest and the transporters. It's been animated by Matt Czap from eatthattoast.com. Warning: The ending, even animated, is pretty gruesome.



J.J. Abrams should add this scene to the Star Trek Into Darkness sequel. It would fit perfectly with the style of humor in the new movies. Minus the killing of Chekov, of course.

(Via /Film)

What do you think of the video? Should Abrams try and work this scene into the script?


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4 comments:

Alex J, Cavanaugh said...

Yes! Breaking Bad is one demented show and that scene was funny. Watching that series is like watching a train wreck...

Pat Dilloway said...

That's like the 23rd Century version of bulimia. Instead of puking you just beam the unwanted food out! That was pretty much the highlight of the episode.

DAVID WALSTON said...

That was amazing! I haven't got into Breaking Bad, maybe I should.

MPax said...

I haven't watched Breaking Bad yet. Netflix keeps recommending it. Maybe i should. Yes, don't kill Chekov.

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