'Breaking Bad' Season 4: Bryan Cranston on Walt's metamorphosis, punching people

Midway through an interview with Zap2it on the "Breaking Bad" set in Albuquerque, Bryan Cranston offers to punch me in the face.It's not the result of an impertinent question, but rather a way to explain how his character, chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacturer Walter White, and others on "Breaking Bad" slide into doing bad things. It's an analogy he's used before, and it comes up here in response to a question about his reaction to Skyler (Anna Gunn) spinning an elaborate lie about Walt's financial windfall in the Season 3 episode "Kafkaesque." (Go here to get Gunn's take on that scene.)"What I've realized in doing this is even the meekest person among us is dangerous given the right set of circumstances," Cranston says. "It's possible anyone could do anything if pushed to the limit. If I said to you -- and truly, everybody has a dollar amount on anything -- if I said to you, 'Let me...



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