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Spoilers for the Breaking Bad finale if you haven't watched it in the two years since it aired. (What are you doing with your life?)
The man who knocks would have hit the nail on the head.
Breaking Bad Creator Vince Gilligan joined Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman as they recreated the final, bloody scene of the show.
You know the one — when Walt McGyvers an M60 machine gun in the trunk of his car to fire on an oscillating, remote-controlled mount. Then it kills everyone.
Savage and Hyneman reconstructed the set up for the most recent episode of MythBusters and it completely, incredibly, totally works.
Check it out:
The bullets actually tear through the car, through the side of the makeshift house and into all of the bad guys holding Jessie Pinkman hostage.
It's a big victory for Gilligan as well, due to the fact that Mythbusters had previously debunked two different scenarios from other Breaking Bad episodes.
It turns out you can't dissolve a tub through a bathroom floor with acid or knock out a room with a chunk of mercury fulminate.
But this. This works.
It is so, so awesome.
Besties Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer are reportedly writing a movie together where the pair will play sisters.
The two met after Lawrence saw Trainwreck and decided to reach out to Schumer.
"I emailed her after I saw 'Trainwreck' and said, 'I don't know where to get started. I guess I should just say it: I'm in love with you,'" Lawrence told The Times. "We started emailing, and then emailing turned to texting."
The dynamic duo was spotted last month riding jet skis together and having some fun in the sun.
Don't expect the movie to hit theaters any time soon, though. The script is still in the very early stages.
Love him. Hate him. Really hate him. There's no denying that The Donald is entertaining. If you look up "buffoon" in the dictionary, you'll see the definition of a buffoon... which is what Donald Trump is. Here's to him providing us with much more entertainment up until the 2016 election.