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Bryan Cranston to guest on ‘How I Met Your Mother’
September 26, 2013, 05:00 AM The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — CBS says “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston is coming back to “How I Met Your Mother.”

Cranston will reprise his role as Hammond Druthers, who was Ted’s old boss until he had a meltdown, the network said Wednesday. Ted is played by series star Josh Radnor.

It’s a real change of pace for Cranston, who plays teacher-turned-meth maker Walter White on AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” The series, which won a best drama Emmy Award last weekend, airs its season finale on Sunday.

“How I Met Your Mother” began its final season on Monday.

 

 

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