1. Aaron Paul Can't Stop Saying "Bitch"

Aaron Paul Can't Stop Saying "Bitch"

CONAN Highlight: Aaron will drop the B-Bomb at any time on you, your friends, your loved ones, and even unsuspecting tour buses.


CONAN: As Jesse pinkman, you say bitch a lot on the show.
AARON PAUL: Unhealthy amount, yes.
CONAN: Have you ever counted up how many times in the program you've said bitch?
AARON PAUL: I'm sure it's -- definitely easily in the hundreds made it to air.
CONAN: Has there ever been a favorite --
AARON PAUL: Oh, gosh.
CONAN: In so many different ways.
Yeah, bitch magnets and Gatorade bitch is also really good and this is my own private domicile bitch.
AARON PAUL: So I love all the bitches.
CONAN: Yeah.
ANDY: Are they always written in or freelanced?
AARON PAUL: All scripted by Vince Gilligan.
CONAN: Would you get in trouble if you threw an extra one in there?
AARON PAUL: Probably.
I improved maybe one or two bitches.
CONAN: And call you in "don't ever do that again."
And the other thing is when you walk around, I have no one thing that people yell at me.
But you must have fans yelling "bitch" at you.
You just must.
When you walk around in an airport don't you have people yelling that at you?
They say "hey, bitch, do you have any crystal meth?"
No, I don't.
I'm sorry.
CONAN: And yelling that at you at --
AARON PAUL: Or so many people, will you please call my wife a bitch?
It will make her so happy.
It's ridiculous.
I don't know.
CONAN: That's fantastic.
AARON PAUL: It's amazing.
CONAN: Will you get on the phone?
AARON PAUL: I'll call whoever they want a bitch.
You want me to call you a bitch I'll call you a bitch.
CONAN: You should offer that service to people.
A little money on the side.
You are the son of a minister.
CONAN: And so --
ANDY: Good segue.
AARON PAUL: Great segue.
CONAN: You're the son of a minister.
So I'm guessing you probably weren't allowed to swear.
AARON PAUL: I never said "bitch" growing up in that household, no.
CONAN: Good --
AARON PAUL: I never swore.
I had my first beer at 19 and living in L.A. on my own at age 17.
I -- I didn't swear until maybe mid 20's.
And I used to just say, f you, man.
And it doesn't have that same effect as like \[beep] you.
We're editing this segment right here.
You didn't say cheese and crackers, though, did you?
CONAN: I had relatives who said "cheese and crackers."
Don't say anything then if you say that.