If you're a fan of Breaking Bad, you know full well Walter White is no fan of taking money like a charity - he wants to earn it. So it should come as no surprise when Sony Pictures Entertainment makes with the profit (as opposed to donating any of the proceeds to a non-profit) in a series of auctions for Breaking Bad props. Hundreds of props, that is, straight from the show and up for auction with everything from Hector "Tio" Salamanca's bell to Gustavo Fring's laptop computer.
Now you should be forewarned - having a glance at the wares in this collection can and will spoil major elements from the show for you if you've not seen the series in its entirety. Every single item has a description, and quite a few of them are key elements in the plotline. If you've not seen the entire Breaking Bad series at this point, we strongly suggest you avert your eyes.
While it would appear that the full description of this props gush is far from complete, there's not a whole lot that needs to be said. You're getting items straight from the show, used in the show, each of them with significant screen time. If any piece of this collection did NOT have screen time, you'll find a note about that as well.
Below you'll find a gallery of some of the more eclectic items in the set. Not pictured: Walter White's briefs (from the first and second episode). You can also own a couple of the automobiles from throughout the series, more beakers and flasks than you'll know what to do with, and a set of name tags from Los Pollos. What else could you possible need? Have a dose of some Bryan Cranston interview on the Breaking Bad effect from earlier this year, if you're still in need.