Aaron Paul talks to Bryan Cranston about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Breaking Bad star AaronPaul opened up about being on a recent episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia with his co-star and friend Bryan Cranston.

How was Aaron Paul’s experience on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia?

When talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul was asked to play himself in a recent episode of “It’s Always Sunny” in Season 16 of Philadelphia. The actor had nothing but praise for the show and the people who made it.

“It was so much fun,” said Paul. “I just loved the whole crew there. I’ve known her for so many years and what a dream really. I have so much respect for the whole company over there, and I actually pitched the idea to Rob (McElhenney) and Glenn (Howerton) that Bryan and I would come to Philadelphia to do a Dos Hombres tour and kind of have we established a connection. Maybe we stumbled into their bar and chaos ensued, and that’s exactly what we did. So they came up with this idea, pitched the script to us and we were so excited to do it.

“We just had a lot of fun doing this (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), and they shoot a whole episode in three days. Once I was on set and we started doing it, I quickly realized that I needed to do more comedy. I really do because the set is so much fun. Everyone laughed and had a great time. I wasn’t in a corner torturing myself trying to find adequate headspace for a traumatic scene that I’m about to tackle. So we had a great time doing it.”

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia was created by Rob McElhenney, who also plays the role of Ronald “Mac” MacDonald. He is joined by Charlie Day as Charlie Kelly, Glenn Howerton as Dennis Reynolds, Kaitlin Olson as Dee Reynolds, and Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds.

McElhenney, Day, Howerton, Michael Rotenberg, Nick Frenkel, Megan Ganz, Rob Rosell, David Hornsby, Scott Marder and Victor Hsu also executive produce. The show is produced by FX productions. In 2020, the comedy was renewed several times and is expected to air until its 18th season.

“The gang rips straight from the headlines – inflation, US-Russia relations, mental health, gender equality, personal injury liability, gun control and… celebrity products,” reads the synopsis for season 16. “But there’s nothing sweet about that Mac, Charlie, Dennis, Dee and Frank long for the past as they try to survive in 2023.

“This year alone, Mac is struggling with allergies and long-distance dating, Charlie takes on his long-forgotten sisters, Dee is fighting for rent control and women’s sports, Frank is fighting for his gun, and Dennis is struggling to improve his sanity. At the end of the day, they’re navigating 2023 with 16 years of luggage while a few figures from their past surface.”