After he last July filmed AMC's, he is still incredibly grateful for the positive wishes received by him on social media.
On Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel asked whether or not fans and loved ones were reacting to the performer.
It was so sad, Odenkirk said. Its still something I think about every day. I literally lay in bed at night listening to my heart and thinking about all those who responded when they heard this happen, and every chance I get, I want to thank you to everyone.
Upon remarking, he believes social media is a "pot of poison and evil," but added, "Then this moment was just beauty and love from other people." I don't really have it figured out yet, but I felt it so damn good and still does. People aren't as bad as I thought they were."
The 59-year-old Breaking Bad alum during a PaleyFest event in Los Angeles attended by The Hollywood Reporter on Saturday. "You treated me like I was a real angel, which made me happy when I finally got my mind back," he told the crowd.
After Kimmel's recovery, the host asked how long it took to pick up filming the show. "We shot half of the scene, and then I died, and then five weeks later, we came back to shoot the other half of the scene," Odenkirk said. "I had to watch it because I don't have any sense of this incident or the next eight days."
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