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This just goes to show that any pairing can make sense, as long as it has a whimsical spin to it. In this case, all you have to do is replace Anna with Walter White, and you’ve got the best video to come out of Frozen since, well, last week maybe.

We know what you’re thinking: “Ugh, another Frozen parody. Is there no end to the madness?” But this one is set to the tune of the hit movie’s best song (no, not that one), and has a video filled with spoiler-y Breaking Bad scenes. The result is “Do You Want to Build a Meth Lab?”. Because, of course.

It starts off as perfect as you’d expect, with Walt shoving Anna out of the way saying, “I’m the one who knocks.” He goes on to knock and sing to Jesse’s closed front door, begging him to “go and cook” with him.

Created by Aineme, the animation is fantastic and while it clearly isn’t Bryan Cranston (rather, Brock Baker, who provides both Walt and Jesse’s voices), that doesn’t make the parody any less awesome.

That said, we’re pretty sure the cast of characters from the Disney flick have their own opinions on the video:

What would Elsa think? Like Jesse, she’s torn and doesn’t feel she can open the door.

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As for Anna, well, she’s still a little wary about knocking. Thanks, Walt.

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Kristoff and Sven? They’re patient and will wait all night if need be.

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Olaf believes any door will be answered in due time. He’s a glass-half-full kind of snowman.

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And Pabbie, the troll leader? Well, he understands rocks (see what we did there?) so he totally gets why Walt is so desperate to hook up with Jesse.

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So, the moral of the story: perhaps the world is finally done unleashing “Let It Go” parodies and people have realized Frozen has other hit songs.

What’s next? A “For the First Time in Forever” and The Walking Dead mashup? What about “Love is an Open Door” meets Arrow, or “In Summer” with The Goldbergs? Come on, parody people — we’re waiting.