The Dark And The Twisted, anyone?
Last night on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the show’s host was joined by Breaking Bad star, Bryan Cranston, Giovanni Ribisi and Jessica Biel in adopting Kanye West‘s pen game to the high-drama of a soap opera. Turns out, it’s a perfect fit. Cranston and Biel play husband-and-wife-to-be, as Corden and Ribisi attempt to derail the procession and recapture the heart of their lover. All of this, of course, is done with the help of lyrics from every era of Kanye-ism, and a few loose Drake lines (forgive Cranston’s middle-aged confusion.)
Reggie Watts, man of a million voices, remains silent throughout the entirety of the scene. His glances and facial expressions are far from quiet, however. Watch as Bryan Cranston, Jessica Biel, Giovanni Ribisi and The Late Late Show’s own James Corden and Reggie Watts repurpose Kanye lyrics in an epic love triangle quarrel, right at the alter. For more from the uncharacteristically silent Watts, check out his new hour-long Netflix special, Spatial. Cranston, on the other hand, is on a major post Breaking Bad streak, starring as President Lyndon B. Johnson in the HBO film, All The Way, and will soon be the new Zordon in the forthcoming Power Rangers reboot.