Bryan Cranston has won a metric ton of awards for playing Walter White on "Breaking Bad," yet somehow he still finds ways to keep his acceptance speeches varied and interesting. His SAG Award win began with him singing -- a common theme in awards shows after Diane Keaton at the Golden Globes and Rita Moreno earlier in the evening -- and proceeded to go all fanboy on Emma Thompson and do an impression of his old boss down at the truck yard. Too bad Cranston won't be at the Oscars in a month -- these speeches need to keep coming.
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