Aaron Paul On How Bryan Cranston Cracked Him Up On Last Day Of Shooting 'Breaking Bad' (VIDEO)

09/19/2013 05:49 am ET | Updated Sep 19, 2013

Aaron Paul talked about the last day of filming on "Breaking Bad" during his visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and it was hilarious. It wasn't what you'd normally expect from such an intense show, but series star Bryan Cranston had a way to ensure everyone wrapped the shoot with a smile.

The final scene filmed was actually a scene that we saw during last week's episode. It was that flashback sequence to when Walt and Jesse did their first cook out in the desert. In a way, that made the filming experience come full circle for the cast and crew, ending where the story really began.

"The final take, he comes walking up and the camera can just see his backside. I can’t," Paul said. "And I just hear outside people laughing. And I’m trying to hide in my tears because I know the show’s almost done, and then he just turns around and starts walking away, and he’s naked. He had pulled down his pants. Any time he can have the opportunity to show me his ass, he does.”

“That’s very considerate," laughed Kimmel.

While their last scene together has already aired, there are still two more episodes of "Breaking Bad" for fans to enjoy. The series finale airs Sunday, September 29 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. But why watch it at home when you could watch it with the show's stars?

Paul is currently running a contest through omaze.com where fans can bid for a trip to Los Angeles where they'll get to "cook" with Paul and Cranston, and then watch both the pilot and the finale with them. The lucky winner will then get to join the cast at the star-studded after party. Oh, and Aaron Paul himself will pick you up at the airport!

Watch the final two episodes of "Breaking Bad," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC. "Jimmy Kimmel Live" airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.

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