(NEW YORK) -- Ten lucky Breaking Bad fans were treated to the call of a lifetime.
Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman on the show, tweeted around 7:30 p.m. Sunday that he’d be celebrating what he called Breaking Bad day in a very unique way.
“What’s your number?” Paul said. ”Calling the first 10 people to answer questions. Ask me anything.”
Within minutes, @alesitarobledo, one of the lucky 10 to get a call, was tweeting, “@aaronpaul_8 Thank you so much for making my night!!!! I have an endless amount of respect and admiration for you!!”
He actually did it! A select number of fans were given the privilege of talking to the real life Emmy nominee.
Another fan @vbizzlebeee will never forget last night.
“Aaron Paul called me. I’m serious,” she said in disbelief. ”I am at loss of words. He actually did it. Omfg.”
Last year, Paul tweeted the number of a payphone on set, and as it began ringing off the hook, he and his Emmy winning co-star Bryan Cranston gamely spent some downtime on set by answering calls from incredulous fans.
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