Samuel L. Jackson Does "Breaking Bad" Monologue

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Samuel L. Jackson, our favorite badass and dry-humor enthusiast, has recorded himself reading a famous monologue from "Breaking Bad" in order to raise money for Alzheimer's research.

The "Pulp Fiction" actor read some lines made infamous by Bryan Cranston on the enormously popular AMC show and posted it online, where it's quickly going viral. In honor of raising $155,000 for the Alzheimer's Association, he took requests on Reddit and ended up reading the "I am the one who knocks" scene for fans. Now, fans say, Cranston should do his "Ezekiel" scene from "Pulp Fiction" in return.

Jackson says he'll record a voicemail message for three fans when the donations reach $175,000, and any donor can register to win a trip to England for lunch with him and to attend a benefit.

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