The party is over. There's going to be some major withdrawal for "Breaking Bad" fans.
"Well, this is it. The last episode ever of 'Breaking Bad.' Thank you for sharing this ride with me. Without you we never would have lasted," Bryan Cranston tweeted yesterday before the series finale.
But before fans said goodbye to their favorite drug dealers, co-star Aaron Paul, 34, organized a private screening at Hollywood's Forever Cemetery, where it was never in doubt that Paul, known for connecting with fans, would show up himself.
Fans dressed in hazmat suits were treated to blue meth candy, specialty donuts, and a speech from Paul and Cranston, 57, to the audience before and after the finale was screened.
Celebs not on the show were in attendance. Ewan McGregor was spotted in the VIP section and tweeted his condolences as a fan of the show with, "Breaking Bad. Ends Tonight. #gotthebluesalready."
The show's RV was also on display for fans to take a picture with before their favorite program finally revealed the fate of Walter White.
Before the festivities began, Paul came to rescue of fans who couldn't get into the sold-out event. He conducted a social media scavenger hunt, hiding tickets for his followers to find in spots like the "LA Express Newspaper Stand at Santa Monica and Highland" he tweeted.
Well played, "B-ch!"