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Aaron Paul cracks up the 'Mythbusters'

You've probably seen the preview clips for the upcoming "Mythbusters" special on "Breaking Bad," but you may have missed Aaron Paul's awesome outtakes.

I'm not sure if the clip video above from Discovery is an outtakes set, but "Breaking Bad" star Paul makes it a must-see.

Paul and "BB" creator Vince Gilligan joined "Mystbusters" hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman for a special episode, which will see the "Mythbusters" team test the science of the show, including whether hydrofluoric acid will burn through a body, bathtub and floor/ceiling, as seen in Season 1, Episode 2, titled "Cat's In the Bag."

Another clip below shows Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, Grant Imahara working with explosives expert Jesse Taylor to challenge Walt's method of blowing up a building with a chunk of Mercury fulminate. Watch Walt do this in Season 1, Episode 8, titled "Crazy Handful of Nothin'."

Hide your pumpkins, people.

The special premieres at 9 p.m. CT Aug. 12 on Discovery. "Breaking Bad" returns for its final eight episodes at 8 p.m. CT Aug. 11 on AMC.

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