Breaking Bad's Lavell Crawford to Perform at Stand Up Live
By Jose Gonzalez
Warning: Spoilers follow.
This past Sunday, the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad, "Granite State," seemed to set the stage for tying up of all the loose ends from the past five years in the finale of AMC's hit TV show. Well, almost every loose end is accounted for.
Where the hell is Huell?
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Huell Babineaux, sizeable bodyguard (and pickpocket-on-demand) for shifty lawyer Saul Goodman, might be scarce, but Lavell Crawford, the comedian who plays him, is easy to find. Crawford will be performing four shows at Stand Up Live on Friday, September 27, and Saturday, September 28, just before one of the best television series to ever air takes its final bow.
The last we saw Huell was in a supposed safehouse set up by DEA agents Hank Schrader and Steven Gomez. The Heisenberg-hunting soldiers in the Albuquerque drug war convince Huell, with the help of a mocked up photo of a brains-blasted Jesse Pinkman, that he's next on Walter White's hitlist. Goodman's trusty right-hand man spilled the beans on White's stash of $80,000,000 and is implored to stay at the DEA-surveiled domicile until Hank and Gomie return. Problem is, Uncle Jack and the Nazis end up wasting them both in the desert of To'hajillee. Who unwatches the watched man?
Breaking Bad fans' deep concern for the beloved character of few words is shown in their GIFs, their speculation on his current limbo state, and what they think would be the perfect ending to it all.