Entertainment

09.30.13

Celebrities React to ‘Breaking Bad’ Finale, From Jimmy Kimmel to Warren Buffett

‘Breaking Bad’s’ numerous celebrity admirers, from Jimmy Kimmel to a costumed Warren Buffett, reacted to the show’s fantastic series finale on Twitter.

Questlove (of The Roots) Got the Ball Rolling:

As did Law & Order: SVU’s Stephanie March:

…and Shameless star Emmy Rossum:

Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) said goodbye:

Ellen DeGeneres got misty:

Kevin Smith bid adieu from 30,000 feet:

Ewan McGregor will miss it:

Michael Moore hosted a viewing party in Traverse City, MI.:

The Mindy Project's Mindy Kaling said her goodbyes:

House of Lies’ Don Cheadle asked for party tips:

He should listen to Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes:

DJ Deadmau5 had a theory we've heard before:

Even author Judy Blume (!) urged followers to watch:

Kristen Bell's dogs were sad to see it go:

Singer Ed Sheeran stayed up past his bedtime to tune in:

And mega-DJ Tiësto gave a (bold) last-minute prediction:

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett didn’t even know what to expect:

CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King loved the Charlie Rose shout-out:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Rob McElhenney got emotional:

Jimmy Kimmel is cooler than you (no sign of Kanye West):

Jimmy Fallon had just three words to describe it:

Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky will miss it:

Krysten Ritter (Jane on Breaking Bad) said goodbye:

Rapper Santigold was sad to see Breaking Bad go:

Author Joyce Carol Oates weighed in on Walt Jr.'s future:

Chef Michael Symon had high praise for the show:

Harvey Fierstein will miss his fav show about heterosexuals:

Comedian Patton Oswalt gave it a perfect score:

Fruitvale Station star Michael B. Jordan approves:

So did rising star Dane DeHaan (Metallica: Through the Never):

Conan O’Brien has a solution (kind of):

Some, like Zach Braff, tried to be funny:

Rosie O’Donnell wished for a standing ovation:

Bridesmaids director Paul Feig was a big fan:

Former 'SNL' star Seth Meyers was grateful:

The League's Paul Scheer cracked wise:

And even God was satisfied with the ending: