‘Breaking Bad’ Fans Won’t Stop Throwing Pizzas On Walter White’s House

Kaitlan Collins Contributor
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It’s an iconic scene.

Skyler slams the door in an exasperated Walter White’s face, and he storms out to the driveway and throws the pizza he’s holding in the air, only to have it land on his roof.

But “Breaking Bad’s” creator Vince Gilligan wants fans to stop recreating the scene, because the woman and her husband who actually live in the Albuquerque house don’t appreciate having cheese and tomato sauce all over their roof.

“There is nothing original or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof,” Gilligan said during a “Better Call Saul” podcast Tuesday.

“It’s been done before. You’re not the first.”

Breaking Bad fans throwing pizzas on Walter White's house

Vince Gilligan speaks onstage. (Photo: Getty Images)

“People live in these houses. They’re trying to go about their lives just like we all are. If you see anyone acting like an asshole, well, I’m not saying go after them personally or anything, but maybe take down their plate number. Something within reason.”

Frances and Louis Padilla are a retired couple who have owned the home for 40 years, so show some respect. (RELATED: Is Bryan Cranston Making A Cameo In ‘Better Call Saul’?!)


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