5 Mundane Objects Breaking Bad Changed Forever

Published November 1, 2013 by gossipzoo

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Vince Gilligan, you clever goose. That’s all I can think as we go barreling into the end of Breaking Bad. Without seeing the last three episodes, I can confidently say that I am going to think that this was the greatest show of all time knocking anything else out of the water, regardless of the ending. Hell, even if the end of ‘To’hajilee’ (S5 E13) was the ending, I would probably be happy.

So that kind of brilliant finality got me thinking about how Breaking Bad would affect my life for years to come. How some seemingly mundane things could bring about waves of nostalgia for this wonderful series. Because after all, Breaking Bad has a distinct focus on the ordinary and how it can all get mixed in a lot of blue meth trouble.

So after a lot of glorious re-watching, here are 5 Mundane Objects Breaking Bad Changed Forever.

5. Toilet Reading Material

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You know the score. There’s a lot of down time when you’re sitting on the pooper. You need something to get you through it. Well here’s a tip from Walter White – don’t leave a book signed by a former criminal acquaintance where your DEA brother-in-law is going to possibly go number two. Believe me, it’s pretty good advice, especially if that acquaintance is dead under suspicious circumstances.

The ‘toilet book’ (as it shall forever be named) is undeniably Walter White’s downfall, as DEA brother-in-law Hank now has it out for Walt and won’t stop until he’s behind bars. It’s still unclear how everything will play out, but it surely won’t be without mess. If only Walter had put the Walt Whitman away.

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