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'Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul joins the cast of 'Westworld' for Season 3

Twist: Jesse Pickman was a Westworld robot the whole timeTwist: Jesse Pickman was a Westworld robot the whole timeImage: Juanito Aguil/WireImage2017%2f07%2f14%2f06%2fimg 5245.46e2aBy Jess Joho2018-09-13 13:15:27 -0700

In a twist that Westworld might actually be able to pull off, Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul is reportedly joining the cast of Westworld.

According to Deadline, HBO isn't saying much else about his role — other than confirming that he will become a series regular. So you know what that means, Reddit: It's tinfoil time.

In a show where robots can switch brains and characters can die only to then come back in new bodies, there's basically no limit to how they can incorporate Paul into Westworld. 

Ever since Season 2's ill-received season finale basically broke all rules of logic and narrative sense, we wouldn't be surprised if Paul was actually Dolores, who was actually the Man in Black, who was actually in a virtual time loop making meth the whole time.

Since his Emmy award-nominated performance on Breaking Bad, Paul has had uneven luck with subsequent TV projects. His cult-focused Hulu show The Path was recently canceled after three lukewarm seasons. But he also lends his voice to the lovably oblivious Todd on Bojack Horseman.

Paul is also starring in Apple's anthology series Are You Sleeping, with Deadline reporting that the show's actors are only in one-year contracts for a season-long character arc.

So you know what that means? Dolores-Paul body switching confirmed, baby! Just kidding — but would you really put it past a show like Westworld?

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