By Meredith Blake
10:40 AM PDT, September 12, 2013
In the grand tradition of "Late Night" TV parodies "Game of Desks" and "Downton Sixbey" comes "Joking Bad," a spot-on spoof unveiled Wednesday targeting everyone's favorite meth drama, "Breaking Bad."
In the epic, 13-minute sketch, Jimmy Fallon, rather than being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, is given six months to come up with new material for "The Tonight Show."
His quest for the finest jokes leads to encounters with a number of "Breaking Bad"-inspired characters (and at least one real one).
Be warned: There's some mildly coarse language in the clip, but nothing fans of the show haven't heard a few thousand times from Jesse Pinkman.
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