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Imagine this: you're working at a fast food joint, serving a couple senior citizens their tacos (hey, the economy sucks -- what can you do?), and then Giancarlo Esposito walks in because he's all nostalgic about playing Gus Fring on "Breaking Bad."
You and Gus become boys. He tells you about how many people he got to kill while making the show. (Onscreen, presumably.) You take Gus out to dinner with your girlfriend. Every time you say something corny or stupid, Gus -- in his calm, collected, sociopath voice -- tells her that you are an important man, one who shouldn't be doubted. She never doubts you again.
This could be your life if you work at Twister's, the real-life Los Pollos Hermanos in Albuquerque, New Mexico where "Breaking Bad" was filmed. And they're hiring.
Yes, working in fast food sucks: the pay is s**t, your boss acts like Kim Jong-Un, and your outfit makes you feel like a cartoon character. But if you're a fan of the AMC series, this is a dream job. Here's some pictures of what you can expect:
Keep an eye out for Heisenberg...
Meet your boss. (We doubt he slings meth.)
"Best Burrito 2010," dude. End of story.