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Bryan Cranston Responds to Britney Spears' Criticism of "Breaking Bad" Finale

Image Courtesy Britney Spears via Twitter(SPOILER ALERT) Most fans and critics agreed that the Breaking Bad finale was a winner, but one vocal critic was Britney Spears, who reportedly complained about the ending in an interview.  Now, the show's star, Bryan Cranston, has reached out to Britney on Twitter.

Britney apparently said she was disappointed in the ending because Cranston's character, chemistry teacher-turned-drug lord Walter White, died.  Cranston tweeted to what he thought was Britney -- but he got her Twitter handle wrong -- "Not happy with the Breaking Bad finale? Or just sad that Walt died? Glad you felt for him. RIP W.W. maybe I'm still here."

Fans immediately criticized Cranston for not only getting Britney's handle wrong, but for posting such a huge spoiler about the ending of the series.  When other fans attacked those fans for being upset about the ending being revealed ten days after the show aired, the fans then flamed those fans for attempting to dictate when they should watch TV.  And one smart-aleck simply tweeted of Britney, "Did she lip synch her critique?"

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