WATCH: Bryan Cranston tells story of how he ended up on Becky Lynch's lap
If you're going to unexpectedly sit on someone's lap, maybe don't make it a professional wrestler.
Bryan Cranston, who you'll recognise as the horrendously evil Walter White, or the hilarious Hal from Malcolm in the Middle, is currently starring in a Broadway stage production of Network.
One point of the show involves Cranston making his way into the crowd and wedging himself between two audience members, and having an improvised conversation.
It sounds great. Imagine going to see a show starring Bryan Cranston, and next thing you know you're a part of the whole thing.
But while appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers during the week, Cranston was telling a story about one of these incidents, before Myers showed him a picture of him sat on none other than Becky Lynch's lap.
To his shame, Cranston didn't seem too familiar with who Becky Lynch was.
Lynch herself tweeted the video, alongside a very solid Breaking Bad pun (a reference to an iconic scene from the series, and her old wrestling name Rebecca Knox).
Take a look:
I am the one who Knox.
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) May 22, 2019
You can watch a full clip of the interview here:
Clip via Late Night with Seth Meyers