So if you're not a fan of Breaking Bad, you've probably had it up to your eyeballs with stories relating to the show at this stage. But if you have a pulse, like the rest of us - you'll know how good a show it is, and won't mind hearing about it again, and again, and again... right? Right.
Bryan Cranston scooped another well deserved award on Saturday night for his role on the hit show. It is almost impossible to associate the dark soul of Walter White with the bubbling personality we see in real life, but that only goes to justify his accolades even more.
The actor won 'Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series', while later on the entire cast won the award for 'Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series'.
He took to the stage to accept the award and started singing 'I won a SAG Awaaaaaard!' He then went on to make a speech which got across just how much this role had meant to him.
The star said: "I've had so many crappy jobs in my life, I gotta tell ya. I loaded trucks downtown - coal, dust, dirt in every orifice. People yelling at you - Cranston!! Move faster! Work harder! And the only thing that got me through, was imagining, dreaming, that one day I could make a living as an ACTOR."
He went on to thank his fellow cast mates and the show's creator Vince Gilligan, saying he owed him everything. His co-star Aaron Paul stood and clapped for the actor as he left the stage, screaming 'Yeah!!'. (He didn't add a 'bitch' in though, unfortunately.)
What ARE we going to do when awards season is over, and we won't have an excuse to talk about the show anymore? Doesn't bear thinking about, does it? I suppose we still have Better Call Saul. No pressure or anything, Bob Odenkirk.