'Breaking Bad' Premiere Proves Skyler, Skinny Pete, and More Are Much More Good-Looking Than You Think

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The cast of Breaking Bad gathered for their final premiere Wednesday, toasting the critically acclaimed series about a former schoolteacher who used his scientific knowledge to transform from Mr. Chips into Scarface. (At least, that's how creator Vince Gilligan famously describes it.) But while we've seen enough of stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul to realize that their burned-out drug dealer and mustached kingpin, respectively, don't do their real looks justice, seeing the rest of the cast at the Season 5 Part 2 debut made us realize how good the Breaking Bad cast looks. Click on to see them in their Sunday best — and look forward to Aug. 11, when our Sundays with the final season of Breaking Bad will be the best.

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The cast of Breaking Bad gathered for their final premiere Wednesday, toasting the critically acclaimed series about a former schoolteacher who used his scientific knowledge to transform from Mr. Chips into Scarface. (At least, that's how creator Vince Gilligan famously describes it.) But while we've seen enough of stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul to realize that their burned-out drug dealer and mustached kingpin, respectively, don't do their real looks justice, seeing the rest of the cast at the Season 5 Part 2 debut made us realize how good the Breaking Bad cast looks. Click on to see them in their Sunday best — and look forward to Aug. 11, when our Sundays with the final season of Breaking Bad will be the best.

Skyler White

The only thing worse than Walt's wife is her sense of style. Image: AMC

Anna Gunn

Not so when it comes to Gunn, who braved the heat with this leather ensemble. No wonder Ted couldn't keep his hands off of her.

Walt Jr.

Walt's son only has one thing on his mind every morning: Breakfast. And, clearly, anything but clothes. Image: AMC

RJ Mitte

Side-swept hair, plunging neckline — give this kid one of Walt Jr.'s sports cars, and any girl will eat a Denny's Grand Slam next to him.

Skinny Pete

The skinny on Skinny Pete is that we've never seen him without that skull cap. Hopefully drug peddling pays for more than a few loads of laundry. Image: AMC

Charles Baker

But the real skinny on Skinny Pete is that the man that plays him is just as tight as a shipment of blue meth.

Marco and Leonel Salamanca

The Cousins were eligible bachelors for anyone who loved the dark and serious types... Image: AMC

Luis and Daniel Moncada

...but we much prefer to be greeted by these smiling faces.

Steven Gomez

Seems Gomie needs to go(mie) directly to the mall to pick up new button-ups. Image: AMC

Steven Michael Quezada

But when he's all buttoned up — alongside wife Cherise Desiree Quezada — we can't help but say "Go Gomie!"

Mike Ehrmantraut

Television's most badass grandfather has the skill of being able to kill anyone (except Walt). Image: AMC

Jonathan Banks

But also has looks that could kill. Erhm, yeah!