Breaking Bad, AMC’s wildly popular television show about meth manufacturers, may be on hiatus, but that doesn’t mean the action has to stop. The intense drama jumped off the silver screen in an unlikely forum: High school politics.
Maxwell Ulin is running for student body president at the Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles. He has some stiff competition in the form of Summer Kennedy, who enlisted actor Giancarlo Esposito — a.k.a. Breaking Bad‘s machiavellian drug lord Gus Fring — to star in a video endorsing her candidacy. In response, Ulin made a bold move that could have been ripped from the Breaking Bad playbook: He formed an alliance with Fring’s rival Walter White.