Samuel L. Jackson performs 'Breaking Bad' 'I am the one who knocks' speech for charity

Samuel L. Jackson must be watching a lot of "Breaking Bad," because he does a mean Walter White impression. The actor reenacted the show's infamous "I am the one who knocks" monologue and posted it on YouTube as part of a charity effort he's launched with Prizeo.

The video was created to promote a creative contest Jackson started to raise money for the Alzheimer's Association. By donating at least $3, fans enter to win a weekend with Jackson in London at the Shooting Starts Benefit 2013, as well as some other perks like an attendance at a gala dinner and a stay at a five-star resort. With less than six and a half hours to go in the contest (at press time), the project has already raised more than $150,000.

Regardless of who takes the top prize home, we're all winners after getting to see Jackson's reenactment of one of the best scenes in all of "Breaking Bad." In fact, this could be a better promo for the upcoming final season the one AMC recently released."Breaking Bad" returns on Aug. 11.

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