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It’s been seven years since AMC’s season 3 of ‘Breaking Bad’ aired that pizza chucking episode.
This was season 3 when Walter White returns home after his wife Skyler kicked him out after finding out that he was a big wig meth kingpin. During his return home, Walter calls his wife’s bluff and won’t leave the house when she calls the police to remove him.
This is what fueled Walter’s frustration when he’s finally leaving and throws his pizza on-top of the roof by his garage.
That scene has fans all over visiting the New Mexico house to toss a pizza on the roof.

It’s a hot trend that is something that happens on a daily basis with more then a doze a day.
The home is owned by the a regular family and because the fans are throwing pizzas on top of their house, they’re now building a six-foot iron fence around their property to keep the flying pizzas away from their home.
“We just feel like we can’t leave because when we do, something happens,” Joanne Quintana said. Joanne’s mom owned the house. “And that’s ridiculous.”
Joanne continues with saying that during the Balloon Fiesta weekend she counted a least 100 people at their house too. She said that the fans can get nasty with them too. Some even steal rocks as souvenirs.
“They feel they need to tell us to close our garage, get out of the picture, you know — the us what to do on our own property,” Joanne said.
Frank Sandoval runs the “Breaking Bad” tour and he even told KOB 4, “We hear about it on a daily basis, so much so that we’ve gone up on the roof to pull pizza’s down.
Fans aren’t happy about the homeowners telling them to get off their property… people have been bashing the Quintanas on online forum since 2014. One person even posted, “Crabby old woman told me to go across the street to take pictures. Screw you lady.”