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Watch: Samuel L Jackson Does the ‘I Am The One Who Knocks!’ Monologue From ‘Breaking Bad’

Watch: Samuel L Jackson Does the 'I Am The One Who Knocks!' Monologue From 'Breaking Bad'

Samuel L. Jackson is harnessing the power of novelty viral videos for charity.

The actor is recording monologues chosen by Reddit users in exchange for donations on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association. And his second video, below, will be familiar to any “Breaking Bad” fan — it’s Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) famous speech to his wife Skyler (Anna Gunn) in episode six of season four of the show, in which he tells her that he’s not a victim nor in over his head, but is in fact the guy everyone else is afraid of.

While Jackson’s rendition lacks Cranston’s impeccable crescendo (and the benefit of context), he still proves himself a man who knows his way around a fiery monologue (“And you will know my name is the Lord…”). You can donate to Jackson’s cause here.

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Mark Neil

Cranston owned that scene. This is too lacking (in more than just context). I just don't feel it here.


Excellent Adidas commercial! I love Samuel. He looks arrogant there but he is a very nice, family guy and father of her dear daughter. I always enjoy watching his films. When I had the oportunity to talk to him personal I was really shy and impressed. He has one of the strongest personalities of Hollywood and I've been close to many actors. Blessings to Samuel and yes, we hope he will go on making movies.


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