'Breaking Bad' cast plans to celebrate Golden Globes wins with a wife swap

bryan-cranston-anna-gunn-besty-brandt-vince-gilligan-rj-mitte-aaron-paul-golden-globes-gi.jpgForget the traditional Golden Globes after parties -- the cast of "Breaking Bad" has something a bit most extreme in mind to celebrate taking home Best Television Series -- Drama for their farewell season.

Speaking with reporters backstage on Sunday (Jan. 12), Bryan Cranston (who also took home Best Actor in a TV Series -- Drama) fielded a question about whether the cast would toast to their success together with an eyebrow-raising admission: "I think we are going to wife-swap. That's been discussed."

As the room erupted in laughter, Aaron Paul played along, echoing Cranston: "Wife-swapping."

"I thought that was an interesting plan," Cranston joked.

After a reporter asked who would get Paul's wife Lauren Parsekian, Cranston teased, "You put your card in the basket, I don't know," before getting a little more serious. "Personally, I am not much of a partier. I really don't know how to do that."

"But you are a dancer," Besty Brandt (Marie) reminded her former co-star, prompting Paul to address the crowd: "He does like to dance."

As for their big win, which most critics predicted would happen, creator Vince Gilligan had just one question. "Did they predict the dopey look on my face?"
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