Fans of the show have been travelling to Albuquerque since to replicate the scene.
Now they're installing a six-foot-tall high wrought iron fence. The family has dealt with fans showing up to their home, knocking on the door, stealing rocks from their yard and even throwing pizzas on the roof.
Quintana told KOB that said she loses count of how many people come to visit the house on a weekly basis.
Incidentally, Weckiai Rannila, the renter of a University of New Mexico apartment that was the on-screen home of Breaking Bad Emmy victor Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman, tells the station she also has her share of sometimes "annoying" selfie-seeking fans.
Everyone has their breaking point, and it seems like the owners of the famous Breaking Bad house where Walter White resided have finally reached theirs.
It has become so common that the show's creator Vince Gilligan had to step in to ask pranksters to stop on a 2015 podcast - and now the owners have decided they aren't cleaning up pizza any more. "They park in front of our driveway and block us in", one said. According to The AV Club, he said in part, "There is nothing original or cool about throwing pizzas on this lady's roof".
"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", Quintana told the news station. What you see below was the first take they shot-Bryan Cranston nails it.