After 53 episodes of "Breaking Bad," fans have invested a lot of time and emotional energy into the story of Walter White. But does that mean they should be rooting for him to come out of the series alive? Is he the hero of "Breaking Bad"? Co-star Dean Norris doesn't think so.
He told "Conan," that he doesn't understand the fan response he gets where people say they're not sure who to root for on the show. "It’s, like, really?" Norris said. "The guy’s a psycho killer. He’s willing to poison a 10-year-old kid and you’re not sure who to root for?”
Conan O'Brien is a big fan of the show, and says that the show has made viewers so invested into White and his story, but Norris doesn't care.
"I want him dead," he said bluntly. And Norris may yet get his wish. In fact, there's at least a chance Norris himself might get to be the guy who puts White down. His character, Hank Schrader, is the DEA agent who's been on Heisenberg's trail since the beginning -- having no idea, of course, that it's his brother-in-law Walter White.
The first half of the last season of "Breaking Bad" wraps this Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on AMC. The final eight episodes won't air until Summer 2013.
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