'Breaking Bad' Scripts Stolen From Bryan Cranston's Car

Breaking Bad

If you're one of the 10 people who haven't been watching Vince Gilligan's "Breaking Bad" (seriously, stop what you're doing, and go watch it), we're going to give it to you straight: the show is as addictive as the methamphetamine that is bought and sold by the series characters.

Between the incredible talent on display, the sharp writing, and the jaw-dropping twists the story has taken, it's easy to become obsessed with the AMC drama. It's also why we weren't surprised to find out that according to Vulture, one of the final "Breaking Bad" scripts was stolen from star Bryan Cranston's car.

Apparently the actor's vehicle was broken into in December, and the man accused is currently being charged with the crime. Season five of "Breaking Bad" — sadly, the last season of the series about a high school chemistry teacher (Cranston) that turns to a career in the meth trade with his former student (Aaron Paul) &38212; was split into two parts, eight episodes each. It was a point of contention amongst fans that felt it would weaken the power of the story arc.

There's also been much Twitter chatter from the series stars about how mind-blowing the finale will be. We're as anxious as the next guy to set eyes on those last eps, but let's not become one of the show's darkly humorous storylines and wind up in prison for script theft. Deal?