You can now own the house that Jesse Pinkman bought in Breaking Bad. Located at Albuquerque Country Club in New Mexico, the two story 3500sq.ft. house has four bedrooms and lots of visitors from fans of the series.
An amusing mashup of scenes from Breaking Bad, with animation from SpongeBob Squarepants by YouTuber RunningFlannel. Without benefit of the original imagery, we are yet again reminded just how brilliant Bryan Cranston was.
You’re goddamn right we want one. The first in Threezero’s 1:6 scale Breaking Bad series is Walter White’s alter ego. The 12″ toy has swappable hands, a pistol, a hat, a jacket, two pairs of glasses and five money stacks.
Artist Max Dalton made a Where’s Waldo parody featuring Walter White and other characters and objects from Breaking Bad. The print measures 18″x 24″ and is limited to 250 copies. Available framed or unframed.
A customer is creeped out when her pharmacist Greg is replaced by…sorta Greg in Esurance’s Super Bowl commercial. While we don’t want Breaking Bad to be a mere punchline, it’s great seeing an old friend. What’s up Mr. White?
There have been a ton of brief teasers for the Breaking Bad spin-off, but we’ve now got a two-minute preview which delves a little deeper into the early days of two-bit lawyer Jimmy McGill – who would later become Saul Goodman.
Everyone’s favorite scumbag ambulance chaser in a desktop form factor. Mezco’s 6″ collectible figure has slicked-back hair, a Bluetooth headset, pinstripe suit and Wayfarer 515 awareness ribbon. Who ya gonna call? Saul Goodman!
Breaking Bad may be over, and we still have to wait for Better Call Saul. For now, Matthijs Vlot’s angry rap track, compiled from clips from the show will have to tide us over. And if you’re feeling like something a bit more upbeat…
Animeme’s hilarious parody of Frozen’s Do You Want to Build a Snowman?, told from the perspective of Breaking Bad’s Walter White as he eggs on a reluctant Jesse Pinkman. This is some serious South Park level musical theater.
“He’ll fight for your rights when your back’s to the wall, stick it to the man, justice for all, you better call Saul.” Junior Brown calls to people with the law at their heels in this song for upcoming series Better Call Saul. Unofficial mirror here.
Editor Frank Fenimore’s amusing rework of the classic scene in season five of Breaking Bad, in which Walter White and Hank Schrader confront each other in Hank’s garage, and the garage door chimes in as a third character.
Designed to look like Walt and Jesse’s bullet-riddled Winnebago, this pillow is the ultimate accessory for anyone in ABQ. Sadly, it doesn’t look like Meninos is selling it in the U.S., though you could send some thugs to rough them up.
(NSFW: Language)Oh dear.Eager Beaver Films created this amusing mashup of the Mr. Men universe with the dark and devious world of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. The Roger Hargreaves voiceover is priceless.
One of the greatest TV shows ever made gets one of the cutest series of vinyl figures you’ll ever see. The Breaking Bad collection features ten 3.75″ figures. They didn’t quite get Jesse’s look, but that Gus Fring figure is the bomb(ed).
(Spoilers) Breaking Bad may be over, but that doesn’t mean we don’t still love it. If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll want to watch this brilliantly edited tribute film by Alexandre Gasulla, which revisits the tragic story of Walter White.
(NSFW: Language)Chris Lohr’s second installment of his Breaking Bad remix samples the remaining three seasons to create a funny back-and-forth between the characters. I had a guy, but now I don’t. YOU. ARE NOT. THE GUY.
Citizen Brick complements its first Breaking Bad playset with the “Albuquerque Action Squad.” Featuring the Law Enforcement Enthusiast, the Drug Dealing Enthusiast, and the Legal Defense Enthusiast, aka Saul, Jesse and Hank.
The tale of a nobody who found a way to get rich quick, only to be swallowed up by his dream. YouTuber Ivan Burgueno mashes up the legendary but ultimately tragic stories in Breaking Bad and The Wolf of Wall Street.
The young minds behind this Breaking Bad parody should be pretty proud of themselves. They do a great job of poking fun at the show’s heavy themes while still paying homage to many of the best moments from the series.
Breaking Bad may be over, but that doesn’t mean you don’t still love swag. This holiday season, skip the snow globe with Rudolph and Santa’s sleigh, and go with this one, which features Walt and Jesse’s Winnebago, and a snowfall of blue meth.
(SPOILERS) A bonus feature from the Blu-ray box set of Breaking Bad. It shows main actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reading the script for the season finale for the first time. We want to see Cranston read the script for this ending.
These awesomely designed Breaking Bad playing cards are the start of Jeff Nichol’s project to create a full deck. He’s still got a ways to go but if the rest are as cool and appropriately illustrated as these we can’t wait to see the final result.
Magician David Blaine blows the minds of Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston with a seemingly erroneous card trick. Yeah magic! A preview of Blaine’s ABC special David Blaine: Real or Magic.
While the way Breaking Bad ended was immensely satisfying, we all thought about the possibility at some point that Walter White was really just the dad from Malcolm in the Middle – and it was all a bad dream. Here’s that ending.
(NSFW: Language)ItsMetroGnome starts out playing a cover version of Dave Porter’s Breaking Bad theme song on his acoustic guitar, but quickly transitions into a wub-wub filled electronic remix, using samples from the show.