But not so for the real-life owners of the residence that played Walter White's house, who have spent every day since the finale aired reliving one scene over and over and over again: the one where Walter throws a pizza on his roof.
The family has been asked to close their garage door and even leave their own front yard so that fans can get the ideal shot, and some even steal rocks from the landscaping as makeshift souvenirs.
So instead, Joanne Quintana, whose mother owns the house, installed a six-foot, wrought-iron fence around the property, she told KOB 4.
"We don't want to gate ourselves in", Quintana said. It's not just pizza-throwing, however.
Things seem to have gone from Breaking Bad to Baking Bad.
The fence is expected to be completed soon, but fans of the show have still attempted to climb around it to snap pics of the home, KOB4 reported. "We're the ones who's being locked up". "We did nothing wrong".
Quintana told KOB that said she loses count of how many people come to visit the house on a weekly basis.
Why would anyone waste a perfectly good pizza just to say they wasted a perfectly good pizza. Eating a pizza you paid for. "[Tourists] 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".
"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", Gilligan told fans on a "Better Call Saul Insider" podcast.
"It's been done before, you're not the first".