In the grand tradition of "Late Night" TV parodies "Game of Desks" and "Downton Sixbey" comes "Joking Bad," a spot-on spoof unveiled Wednesday targeting everyone's favorite meth drama, "Breaking Bad."
In the epic, 13-minute sketch, Jimmy Fallon, rather than being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, is given six months to come up with new material for "The Tonight Show."
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His quest for the finest jokes leads to encounters with a number of "Breaking Bad"-inspired characters (and at least one real one).
Be warned: There's some mildly coarse language in the clip, but nothing fans of the show haven't heard a few thousand times from Jesse Pinkman.
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