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Aaron Paul Just Took Fans On A Crazy ‘Breaking Bad’ Scavenger Hunt

A step-by-step guide to the best scavenger hunt in history.

Aaron Paul, also known as Jesse Pinkman on "Breaking Bad," has long since cemented himself as an actor for the people. Famous for stunts like picking up fans in an RV with his wife (and cooking them dinner) for the show's series finale, as well as creating a screening ticket scavenger hunt for fans from his own Idaho hometown, there's no doubt about it -- Pinkman can't be beat.

So, what else is there to do for Paul but to constantly do his best to break his own awesomeness record? Nothing, that's what. On August 25, Paul spent his Emmy Monday -- he's nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor -- focusing on not himself, but his fans. And it was glorious. Here's how it all went down:

First, Aaron broke breakfast with a special surprise.

Fans were given a chance to eat breaky with Flynn (RJ Mitte), the world's number one enthusiast for the most important meal of the day. The winners got autographed breakfast cereal, which they will hopefully never eat.

Next, Aaron took some time for himself.

The king watches over his kingdom (the valley, probably.)

Then Aaron gave his stalkers a moment in the sun.

"These girls were caught cheating by camping outside my place," Paul wrote. "Sorry ladies. No win for you."

(Pssst... Aaron... those were the same girls from the breakfast photo...)

Aaron's next move was to risk lives by involving The Cousins.

(Looks like everything turned out okay.)

Then he brought Badger into it.

This is great, but not having Badger sign the "Star Trek" episode script was a missed opportunity, man.

And then Krazy 8, AKA Walter's first big kill.

To be honest, we're not really sure what the fans won this time around. Sandwiches? Was it sandwiches? We'd be cool with sandwiches.

Then, Aaron made it personal.

Vanity plate personal.

And finally, the man himself showed up for a meet and greet.

So sweet that we're willing to overlook the grammatical error. (No we're not. IT'S YOU'RE YOU'RE YOU'RE.)

Oh, Aaron. If only everyone in Hollywood could be just like you.

And then they all did meth!