Breaking Bad went out with a major bang in September after five glorious seasons.

The internet was abuzz for weeks about the action-packed finale, and now an alternative ending has come to light, which may be even better than the original—and Popdust has the video.

The spoof alternative combines lead actor Bryan Cranston’s two most famous roles, that of Breaking Bad’s anti-hero Walter White and Malcolm in the Middle’s dad, Hal.

In the skit, Cranston wakes up in bed next to Malcolm in the Middle co-star, Jane Kaczmarek, and realizes it’s all been just one big nightmare.

“I just had the scariest dream,” Hal says to his TV wife after awaking.

“I told you not to eat those deep fried Twinkies,” Lois deadpans.

“You don’t understand,” he says, weeping hysterically. “I was this meth dealer. Yeah. I was this world class chemist and I cooked and I sold this ultra-pure methamphetamine.

“There was a guy who never spoke. He just rang a bell the whole time. And there was this other guy who was a policeman or – a DEA agent and I think he was my brother or something. He looked the guy from The Shield!

“And then there was this other little guy – a waif, a man child kid – who always looked like he was wearing his older brother’s clothes.

“He would always say things like ‘Hey, b….’ The b-word. He would use the b-word a lot, he would say, ‘Yo, b-word,’ and ‘Yay, science b-word.’

“And then there was me, and I had a shaved head. And a goatee and I wore a black hat. And the only thing that made sense in the whole dream is I still walked around in my underwear.”

The spoof ending will feature on the Breaking Bad complete series box set, which comes out November 26.

UPDATE: The video has been puled by Sony for copyright infringement..

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