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'Breaking Bad' Star

Stolen Script Actually

HELPED Our Show

4/2/2013 1:30 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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The "Breaking Bad" script that was stolen from Bryan Cranston's car actually gave the show a HUGE edge in its final season ... so says one of its biggest stars.

Actor Giancarlo Esposito -- who played villain Gus Fring -- has an interesting theory about things that appear disastrous at first glance ... but actually turn out to be huge positives ... and the stolen script is a prime example.

Charles Baker -- aka Skinny Pete -- had a different theory.

As we reported, the script -- for an episode from the final season -- was stolen out of Cranston's Audi earlier this month in Albuquerque. He even called 911. A man named Xavier McAfee has been arrested in connection with the case, but the script hasn't been recovered.

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emptyV    

of course this is set up by BrBa's people. It's called publicity, friends.

383 days ago
17.

John Mondrian    

Forget about the stolen script, what about the hot latin mami with Giancarlo?!? Didn't know he still had it in him but big ups to the old dog!!

382 days ago
18.

D-INCARNATION    

The whole season has been leaked on video all 8 episodes

301 days ago
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