If you're gonna toss a pizza on a roof, maybe do it on your own. Because visitors are re-enacting a scene from the series in which Bryan Cranston's Walter, in a moment of madness, throws a pizza on his roof after his wife discovers he is dealing drugs and refuses to let him in.
The current owners of that former "Breaking Bad" home in Northeast Heights have quite simply had enough and have installed a six-foot fence around the property in a bid to keep fans - and the many pizzas - out.
Quintana told KOB 4 the situation has been ridiculous, with them feeling they can't even leave the home unattended because if they do, something happens.
Neighbours have been bothered by it, too: "All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road. They feel the need to tell us to close our garage, get out of the picture, you know - tell us what to do on our own property".
She told the station that "Breaking Bad" fans trespass, steal rocks from the landscaping and generally disregard the family's wishes. In an interview with the Better Call Saul Insider Podcast in 2015, he said there's "nothing original or amusing or cool" about doing it.
In its five-season run that ended in 2013, Breaking Bad grew from obscure oddity to one of the most celebrated, acclaimed television series of the Peak TV era.