Only a week after season 4 of Black Mirror made its way to Netflix, the online streaming service just revealed an interesting mashup of the dystopian series and another Netflix favorite, Breaking Bad. For those who haven't finished watching the new season yet, there's a mild spoiler ahead so you might want to think twice before watching.

Fans of the show may have spotted the cameo from Aaron Paul, who plays an unassuming internet gamer in the episode "USS Callister". Resuming his role of Jesse Pinkman around the 10-minute mark, Daly, aka Jesse, can be heard talking to the crew in the Infinity game. “Are we gonna blow each other or are we gonna trade?,” he says.

The decision for the cameo casting came following a suggestion from Black Mirror's creator Charlie Brooker, and fortunately, it seems like Paul was on board.

Tthe Breaking Bad scene used in the promo is from Season 4, episode 4 of the series, "Bullet Points." Watch the original below.

In other news, Bill Gates is the first guest editor of TIME magazine.

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