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Aaron Paul is hosting a giant scavenger hunt in Los Angeles before the Emmys
It’s one last thank-you to the fans.
Last September Paul famously held a scavenger hunt in Boise, Idaho, before screening “Ozymandias,” and he had fans scrambling around the city in search of a golden ticket (and the opportunity to be called “bitch” by Paul himself). He can’t exactly give away tickets to the Emmys this time around, but it’s something just as good for nostalgic Breaking Bad fans in Los Angeles.
He announced on Instagram Wednesday that he was hosting yet another scavenger around Hollywood before he heads to the Emmys to see if he and his fellow castmates can win (or lose) a bunch of awards.
He doesn’t specify just how much he’s planning to give away, but he promised that he would hide signed Breaking Bad scripts, posters, dolls, action figures, and art around the area while posting clues throughout the day.
For him, it’s one last thank-you at the end of an era.
“Just wanted to do a little something to say ‘Thank You’ to everyone that has supported us thru out the years,” he wrote. “We couldn’t have done it without you!”
The Breaking Bad sequel that never will be is also a nice consolation for all of us who won’t be anywhere near Los Angeles come Monday as well.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) August 20, 2014
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.