Walter White’s roof just can’t catch a break. The real-life house that served as White’s home in Breaking Bad is still being pelted with pizzas, according the Huffington Post.
The whole ordeal stems from a season three episode of the AMC series wherein White tosses a large pizza on his roof during a moment of frustration. Since, fans have been paying homage to Heisenberg by tossing pizzas on the Albuquerque home of Louis and Fran Padilla.
In March, Padilla described the madness to NPR:
We’ve had pizzas on our roof. We’ve had pizzas on our driveway; pizzas until we’re sick of looking at pizzas. I’ll sit outside with a shotgun in a rocking chair. You know, like Granny from ‘Beverly Hillbillies.'”
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan urged fans to stop, and actor Jonathan Banks added, “If I catch you doing it, I will hunt you down.”
Time to leave the house in peace-a, you guys.
Just watch the clip instead:
What do you think? Is it rude to keep throwing pizzas on this private home? Besides the infamous pizza-throwing, what’s your favorite Breaking Bad moment?
Of course, they should stop. It’s just vandalism at this point. The people throwing them there probably don’t see it that way and only think it’s funny or maybe even a tribute to Breaking Bad. But looking at it as if people were doing this at your home, no matter the reason, it would be a real pain in the A**!
Just promote a picture opportunity, charge a small sum, byo pizza, viola! Income for little work as long as breaking bad is still a thing.