The Breaking Bad star was at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con to promote his new series on Friday

By Lindsay Kimble
July 11, 2015 12:10 PM

Bryan Cranston dished out a serious burn during a panel at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday.

Cranston, who’s best known for his iconic and award-winning role as Walter White on Breaking Bad had a hilarious response when one attendee posed a question about the show’s impressive run during the star’s Nerd HQ Conversations for a Cause panel.

The audience member, who was an Albuquerque native, asked Cranston if he enjoyed his time in New Mexico. In response, the actor served up some serious attitude.

“Yeah, I’d go and visit your mother once in a while,” Cranston cooly replied, and then, after a moments pause, he quite literally dropped the mic.

The audience at the annual convention couldn’t contain their laughter and applause as the flustered attendee was left speechless.

Cranston, 59, was at Comic-Con to promote his new Crackle series SuperMansion. The new animated show stars Cranston as an aging superhero who leads a team of also washed-up heroes.