- It was Jane's death scene in season 2 of BB.
- He reflects about it in the first chapter of his book, talking about how becoming Walter White for that scene took a emotional toll on him.
- There's an audiobook excerpt at SOURCE 1 and also an interview.
- Jamie Clayton asks Krysten Ritter if she knew about Bryan Cranston being emotional over her character's death scene on 'Breaking Bad'.
- She answers that she did notice on the day because of the way that he acted the scene and such, but she didn't imagine that Jane's death would be such a turning point for his character and the show in general. Krysten also mentions that everyone was very sad in the day they were filming said scene while she was excited to be on "dead make up", but she then realized how strong of a scene it was and got a lil depressed when Aaron Paul's character tried to revive hers.
- They also talk about loving each other's shows ('Sense 8' & 'Jessica Jones') and the messages about trans people and consent that they, respectively, bring to the table.
SOURCE 1/ SOURCE 2
What was the most harrowing scene on television for you, ONTD? TYFYA!