Bryan Cranston’s “Super Sweet 60” has to be “turnt”. Don’t forget that. Cranston celebrated his 60th birthday on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and he transformed into a bratty, demanding and spoiled birthday boy similar to the honorees from MTV’s My Super Sweet 16.
The Breaking Bad actor turned 60 in March, but he had his birthday bash celebrated with a parody of the MTV show.
While planning for his party Cranston threatens his parents – who he, of course, still lives with – if things don’t go his way. “I swear to God if my parents make me plan this party like a poor person, I will lose my s**t. My s**t will be lost. Bible!” he says in a confessional. Am I the only one who thinks this character is way scarier than Heisenberg?
Thankfully for the Emmy winner, party planner extraordinaire Jimbo Kimmel comes through and after Cranston says he needs his party to be “ferocious” they decide on a theme for his Super Sweet 60: The Bryan King. The theme, based on The Lion King, starts with a rendition of The Circle of Life by Broadway’s Rafiki herself, Tshidi Manye.
A few special guest stars come through for Bryan Cranston, such as his best friend “B.O” who is, of course, non other than Bob Odenkirk. B.O helps him pick the perfect outfit for the party. Once inside the party, we get a glimpse of Skinny Pete who is DJing, but the best surprise guest is Cranston’s partner in crime in Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul. However, it turns out he is not welcome at the party since he’s (gasp!) wearing the same outfit as Cranston. After Cranston’s father (slooowly) throws him out from the party, Paul confesses he didn’t even see Trumbo and leaves, but not before yelling out his famous “b**ch!” at Cranston.
And what about Bryan Cranston’s most special guest? The actor has been talking nonstop about getting Sisqó to sing The Thong Song (after all, his family is a “thong family”) at the party, even if his parents’ budget is over the limit. Take a look at the spoof in the video below to see if Sisqó made it to the party.