But not so for the real-life owners of the residence that played Walter White's house, who have spent every day since the finale aired reliving one scene over and over and over again: the one where Walter throws a pizza on his roof. Well, they're not, and everyone from Vince Gilligan to Jonathan Banks has asked them to stop annoying the nice, non-meth dealing people who live there.
"We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens and that's ridiculous", she told KOB news. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", a neighbor said.
"We don't want to gate ourselves in", Quintana said.
The woman who lives at the house - and has been experiencing "pizza tossing" for four years since the show ended - told local Albuquerque news site KOB4 that they have made a decision to build a 6-foot high wrought iron fence around the famous home.
The fence will probably be completed soon, but Quintana said that already people have tried climbing around the construction to get a picture of her home. If you're gonna toss a pizza on a roof, maybe do it on your own. According to Quintana during the first Balloon Fiesta after they moved in, she reckons the numbers went into the hundreds.
She told the station that "Breaking Bad" fans trespass, steal rocks from the landscaping and generally disregard the family's wishes. In fact, the TV news crew saw 10 tourists visit the home in their first 15 minutes on the scene.
The owners of the New Mexico house that appeared on "Breaking Bad" are sick of people tossing pizza on their roof.