No one plays Walter White better than Bryan Cranston. But there's one man who may be a close second: Samuel L. Jackson.
In a video to raise money for Alzheimer's research, Jackson puts his own spin on a "Breaking Bad" monologue, reading White's infamous "I am the one who knocks" speech.
The reading is part of a campaign Jackson is doing for the Alzheimer's Association. Last week, Jackson promised to read a 300-word monologue chosen by Redditors to encourage donations to the nonprofit organization. After funds reached $70,000, he agreed to read an additional monologue -- his favorite -- if donations surpassed the $100,000 mark.
Fortunately for followers of the AMC series, Jackson is a "big 'Breaking Bad' fan" as well, so it comes as no surprise that he chose White's epic speech from Season 4 for the video.
Watch Jackson deliver the monologue in the video above, and see the original below (0:51).