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'Breaking Bad': Walt's Hazmat Suit and Undies Are Up for Auction

September 21, 2013 02:26:58 GMT

Other props from the AMC series to be auctioned off include Walt's book 'Leaves of Grass', Skyler's car and Hank's neck brace.


'Breaking Bad': Walt's Hazmat Suit and Undies Are Up for Auction
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"Breaking Bad" fans can keep a part of the show with them. The show's props are up for auction at new auction site Screenbid.com, which has gone live starting Friday, September 20 with a preview of its first offerings.

Among 250 "Breaking Bad" items up for auction at the site include the Hazmat suits that Walter White and Jesse Pinkman wore while cooking meth, and Walt's briefs which Bryan Cranston's character wore in the first episode of the series. The underwear is now on display at the Museum of the Moving Image.

The iconic pink teddy bear appearing in numerous scenes of the AMC crime drama series is also auctioned off, along with Walt's actual copy of "Leaves of Grass" with the now famous inscription, "To my other favorite WW." Skyler White's 1991 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, which still runs and drives but leaks oil and has some paint bubbling and chipping, as well as a Hello Kitty phone, which Saul, Hank and Jesse handle during the final season of the series, are also up for auction.

The auction won't kick off until September 29, when the final episode of the series is aired. The "Breaking Bad" auction is organized in collaboration with Sony Pictures Entertainment, which produced the show.

White's mobile meth lab, however, won't be included in the full list of the auctioned items since Sony's "keeping it for their on-the-lot tour."

The final two episodes of "Breaking Bad" are extended to 75 minutes with commercials. Its companion talk show "Talking Bad" will reportedly also be expanded to an hour on finale night and air immediately after the "Breaking Bad" last episode, with series creator Vince Gilligan, stars Aaron Paul, Jesse Plemons and RJ Mitte and super fan Jimmy Kimmel set to appear.

AMC additionally plans a marathon of every single episode from the first four seasons of "Breaking Bad" starting from Wednesday at 8 P.M. until Friday night.

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