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Bryan Cranston Tried To Send DVDs Of "Breaking Bad" To The International Space Station

But the resupply rocket blew up. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Astronaut Scott Kelly is currently living on the International Space Station for a full year (twice as long as typical U.S. missions).

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His twin astronaut brother, Mark, has remained on Earth. Once Scott returns, they'll both be examined to assess how long periods of time in space affect the human body.

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Mark's a huge Breaking Bad fan, but it turns out Scott hasn't seen it. So this weekend at Comic-Con, Bryan Cranston shared the tale of how he tried to get some DVDs up to Scott.


"We put together signed, autographed DVDs — the full set of Breaking Bad," Cranston told the New York Comic-Con crowd.

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But, tragically, the resupply rocket blew up.

He didn't specify which "spaceship" it was, but it was possibly the SpaceX Falcon 9 unmanned rocket that exploded on June 28 this year, on its away to resupply the International Space Station.

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Here's hoping you get those DVDs soon, Scott. It's a great show.