WATCH: ‘Breaking Bad’ ‘Frozen’ Parody ‘Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab?’

We were kind of getting tired of the Frozen parodies, but the folks at Animeme may have created the best one yet. The video spoofs the AMC series Breaking Bad, and is titled “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab?” This is, of course, a play off the Frozen song “Do You Want To Build A Breaking Bad Frozen Parody 2Snowman?”

The animated “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab” video begins with young Anna trying to knock on a door, just as she does in the Disney version. But a cartoon Walter White pushes her out of the way, telling her “I am the one who knocks.” Walter then starts singing for Jesse to come out and build a meth lab with him. At first, Jesse isn’t receptive, but eventually the two head to the lab to make some drugs.

The Frozen parody goes through some of the major plot points of Breaking Bad, with brief appearances from other characters, like Gustavo Fring. Sadly, none of the actual Breaking Bad cast members voice their characters in the “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab” video.

And just like in “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” the parody mash-up ends with Walter and Jesse sitting on opposite sides of the same closed door. But while Frozen’s Elsa is surrounded by ice crystals in her room, Jesse is stuck with broken bottles and a bag full of cash.

“Jesse please/I know you’re in there,” Walter White sings at the end of “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab?” “Badger’s asking where you’ve been/This can’t all be for nothing/And I’m trying to/Make things right with you/Just let me in/We built this empire together/And it’s all we have/ What do you want to do/Do you want to build a meth lab?”

Watch the Breaking Bad/Frozen parody, “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab?” below.

This is actually not the first Breaking Bad parody of Frozen based on “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” Back in April, YouTuber Darthblaker posted the brief clip below. The video begins with the opening “Snowman” scene of young Anna knocking on Elsa’s door. But instead of showing Elsa’s response, it cuts to a famous Breaking Bad scene, where Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) yells, “This my own private domicile, and I will not be harassed… b—h!”

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Melissa Siegel

Melissa Siegel is a writer and journalist based in a suburb of New York City.

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