“Breaking Bad” Emmy winner Bryan Cranston had the most incredible answer to a fan question the world has ever seen at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday (July 9).

The set up is Cranston is at SDCC for the Conversations for a Cause series of panels, specifically the “SuperMansion” panel. But as “Breaking Bad’s” Walter White is certainly Cranston’s most iconic role, an audience member had a question about that show.

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“My question is because I grew up in Albuquerque. Was there any cool places that you liked being there?” asks the slightly nervous fan. “How was it? It’s my hometown, so I want to know — how’d you like it? Did you have fun there?”

Cranston replies: “Yeah, I’d go and visit your mother once in a while.” Then he literally drops the mic.

Bryan Cranston for president.

“SuperMansion,” the animated series about aging superhero Titanium Rex (Cranston) and his has-been team known as The League of Freedom, premieres later this year. It co-stars Seth Green (who is also creator and executive producer), Keegan-Michael Key and Jillian Bell.