This Middle-School Musical Version Of 'Breaking Bad' Makes Crime Cute

"Let's go all the way back to 2009, the beautiful far-off land of Albuquerque, New Mexico!"

In case you haven’t caught any talk shows, spoken to your coworkers or browsed the Internet lately, you may not know that Breaking Bad, the show about crystal meth that’s more addictive than most drugs (okay, not really), starts its final season on Sunday, Aug. 11.

In honor of this momentous occasion, “Internetainers” Rhett & Link have created a middle-school musical production of AMC’s critically acclaimed series.

Though they made a few adorable changes, like selling blue candy instead of blue meth, they’ve stayed incredibly accurate to the show, right down to using the same honeybee logo on the side of their can of CH3NH, also known as methylamine, a key ingredient to the production of their trademarked blue meth and, okay we’re done nerding out now, so please just watch the video.

You’ll fall in love faster than you can say “Look at those adorable, talented kids pretending to sell meth!”

 

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