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Malcolm in the Middle In the spirit of the beloved ending of Newhart (in which we learn that the whole series has been a dream), the folks at Breaking Bad have prepared a similar alternate ending to that groundbreaking AMC series. The footage is apparently part of the complete series DVD and Blu-ray packages that will be released later this month.

It’s nice to see that Lois and Hal from Malcolm in the Middle are still happily married and that their relationship hasn’t changed since their show ended in May 2006.

What do you think? Did you like the video? Would you like to see a Malcolm reunion someday?

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