"According to Quintana, some of the fans are also a little too hands-on".
Joanne Quintana lives in the house. The only problem is, someone actually lives there and the fans are getting in the way of them being able to live peacefully. Therefore, Breaking Bad didn't actually become a huge hit until near the end of its run.
As reported by the local KOB4 news station, the 6-foot-high iron fence will be completed shortly, and it will hopefully dissuade Breaking Bad fans from harassing the family any further.
"We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens and that's ridiculous", she told KOB news.
It's truly an iconic scene, but please stop throwing pizza on this poor family's roof!
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The owners of the New Mexico house that appeared on "Breaking Bad" have reached their "breaking" point, because they're sick of people tossing pizza on their roof.
In the third season scene, White brings a pizza home for his family to feast on, but after his wife, who just discovered her husband cooks meth, locks him out, the frustrated breadwinner takes his anger out on the innocent pizza.
Construction on the fence in underway, and Quintana says people have already tried to climb around the construction to snap a photo. "We're the ones who [are] being locked up". "We did nothing wrong".
You may recall from the halcyon days of Breaking Bad that Walter White, seized by familial frustration, threw a pizza onto the roof of his house. "We hear about it on a daily basis, so much so that we've gone up on the roof to pull pizza's down".