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08/11/2013 01:18 pm ET Updated Aug 14, 2013

'Breaking Bad Jr.' Has Middle-School Kids Reenact The Show Minus The Meth

Everyone seems to have "Breaking Bad" on the brain with the final episodes of Season 5 set to resume tonight -- even these middle-school kids, who are decidedly too young to be watching the often ultra-violent AMC hit show.

If you can't wait until tonight to get your Walter White fix, check out this parody made by New York City-based filmmakers Patrick Willems and Mike F, who show that the bubble gum game can be just as dangerous as slinging Crystal (in just about 7 minutes).

"I am the one who rings the doorbell... and runs away," is just one of the lines uttered by Walt White Jr.

Chilling, right?

The idea for the parody was concocted by middle schooler Ian Hollowood, who plays Jesse, who somehow managed to get "full parental support" according to his YouTube description.

The final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" premiere Sun., Aug. 11 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. For a more grown-up look back at the series, head over to HuffPost TV.

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CORRECTION: An previous version of this article stated that Ian Hollowood played the role of Walter White Jr., while he actually played the role of Jesse.

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