Aaron Paul has gone all Jesse Pinkman on Toys 'R' Us.
The Golden Globe winner slammed the toy store for pulling Breaking Bad action figures from their shelves after a Florida woman complained that the items were too adult for children.
"Wait, so @ToysRUs pulled all of the Breaking Bad figures from their shelves and still sells Barbie?" Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman on the hit AMC show, tweeted on Thursday. "Hmmmm...I wonder what is more damaging?"
Wait, so @ToysRUs pulled all of the Breaking Bad figures from their shelves and still sells Barbie? Hmmmm...I wonder what is more damaging?— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) October 23, 2014
Continuing his Twitter rant, the 35-year-old actor added: "And what about all of the violent video games you sell @ToysRUs? Do you still sell those? Florida mom really messed it up for everyone."
And what about all of the violent video games you sell @ToysRUs ? Do you still sell those? Florida mom really messed it up for everyone.— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) October 23, 2014
After expressing his outrage, it was time to take action. "Here's the petition to sign to keep the toys on the shelves!" he tweeted. "This would be so fun to show the Florida mom. YeahB**ch."
Earlier this week, Paul's co-star Bryan Cranston reacted to the news that the franchise was planning on pulling the toys, tweeting: "'Florida mom petitions against Toys 'R' Us over Breaking Bad action figures.' I'm so mad, I'm burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest."
"Florida mom petitions against Toys 'R Us over Breaking Bad action figures." I'm so mad, I'm burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) October 20, 2014
This all started when Susan Schrivjer of Fort Myers, Fla. initiated a Change.org petition, writing: "Toys 'R' Us is well known around the world for their vast selection of toys for children of all ages. However their decision to sell a Breaking Bad doll, complete with a detachable sack of cash and a bag of meth, alongside children's toys is a dangerous deviation from their family friendly values."
She continues: "While the show may be compelling viewing for adults, its violent content and celebration of the drug trade make this collection unsuitable to be sold alongside Barbie dolls and Disney characters."
Do you think the action figures should have been pulled from Toys 'R' Us? State your case in the comments and tweet #ETnow.
Breaking Bad fans may have more trouble locating the beloved show's action figures, but Paul did host a scavenger hunt on Emmys day with items from the actual show set hidden throughout Los Angeles. Check it out, below.