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After five months of shooting from home, Stephen Colbert and the crew of "The Late Show" return to new set at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
On Monday, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert returned to the Ed Sullivan Theater. In March, due to the outbreak of Covid-19, Colbert was forced to vacate the studio and shoot remotely from home. But while he was glad to be back in the building, he didn’t make it all the way back to the studio. “I’m back in New York City,” said Colbert during the opening monologue. “Here in the Ed Sullivan Theater…’s office building.” Instead of shooting in the main studio, production built a smaller set in one of the studio offices. The new set is a replica of Colbert’s actual office in the building. While Colbert was ecstatic about reuniting with his crew, he couldn’t help but feel a little nostalgic thinking about the past five months of production, which he had to rely heavily on his family for. With his wife and kids just off camera, Colbert said, “I want to thank my wife and kids again for everything they did to help produce the show while I was home. I just want to say that over the past 5 months, you’ve all become like a family to me.”
The actor's response finally puts to rest the fan-favorite theory that "Breaking Bad" is a prequel to "Malcolm in the Middle."
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday, actor Bryan Cranston, who is best known for his roles as Walter White on the critically acclaimed AMC series Breaking Bad and as Hal Wilkerson on the early 2000's sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, addressed a very popular fan theory that Breaking Bad is a prequel to Malcolm in the Middle. According to some fans, Walter White survived the series finale and assumed a new identity as Malcolm in the Middle patriarch Hal Wilkerson. So what does Cranston think of this fan-favorite theory? On The Tonight Show, Cranston told Fallon jokingly, "I'm not at liberty to disclose that kind of information without security clearances." Cranston then got serious as he put the theory to rest, stating, "I think it's fun but, you know, it's fun. I don't know. No, Walter White is definitely dead. He's dead, he's dead, he's dead. He's dead." Although, whether or not we can believe Cranston remains to be uncertain, as the last time the actor was on the late night talk show, he totally lied about there being a Breaking Bad sequel, which was later revealed as last year's Netflix original film, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. When Fallon called Cranston out on lying to his face, Cranston stated, "Yeah I'm a big fat liar," as he explained that he had actually filmed the movie in Albuquerque, New Mexico for two days before appearing on Fallon's show.