Samuel L. Jackson reads "Breaking Bad" monologue

The actor releases a second monologue as part of a contest to raise donations for the Alzheimer's Association

Published June 6, 2013 2:22PM (EDT)

For the past two weeks, actor Samuel L. Jackson has been hosting a contest to drive donations towards the Alzheimer's Association, supporting research for a disease that afflicted his late mother.

As a prize for contributors last week, the actor delivered an epic 300-word monologue in which he announced he was a vigilante.

This week, to celebrate breaking $175 thousand in donations, the "Breaking Bad" fan actor has recorded a monologue as Walter White. (Jackson may not match the intensity of Bryan Cranston, but he's still pretty great):

Compare it to the original, below:

As one Redditor has suggested, "in return Bryan Cranston should record himself doing the Ezekiel speech from Pulp Fiction." Yes.

By Prachi Gupta

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