Aaron Paul Invited All of Twitter to Have a Drink With Him at Jack’s Last Night

There was only one problem …




 

… you forgot the H, Pinkman!



 

Paul’s co-star Amanda Seyfried co-signed the invitation (the pair is currently in town filming "Fathers and Daughters" with Russell Crowe):



 

Our pals Mikey and Big Bob from 96.1 Kiss snagged some pictures from Twitter. Selfie heaven. (Please excuse the language in the captions. If you watched “Breaking Bad,” you understand that the B-word is said with nothing but love.)










Can any of our field correspondents in the South Side give us more details? Fill us in down below in the comments section.


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