AMC’s “Breaking Bad” is soon coming to an end — and with it the fictitious world of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman — but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a piece of their world into your own.
Thanks to a new TV and film auction site called ScreenBid, around 250 items from the iconic show will be put up for sale.
Those include Walt’s green Pontiac Aztek, the charred pink teddy bear found floating in the Whites’ pool back in Season 2, and even the whitey tighties Bryan Cranston sported in the very first episode. (Via AMC)
If you’re thinking used underwear is a weird thing to buy — and we are, too — you might be surprised to know the infamous undies are currently on display at Astoria, New York’s Museum of the Moving Image. (Via Gothamist)
The auction, a collaboration between Sony Pictures Entertainment and ScreenBid, is set to go live on Sept. 29, which not-so-coincidentally also happens to be the date of the show’s series finale. It will run until Oct. 8.
According to ScreenBid co-founder Bill Block, it could bring in close to $2 million. (Via Rolling Stone)
Other items to hit the block include Skyler’s wood-paneled Jeep, your very own meth lab hazmat suit and even the copy of “Leaves of Grass” that sat on the back of the Whites’ toilet. We won’t spoil it for you, but it turned out to be pretty important.
There will be one item fans won’t be able to get their hands on … or should we say get behind the wheel of, though: the mobile meth lab RV that Walt and Jesse got their start in. That iconic vehicle, a 1986 Fleetwood Bounder, will go on display at the Sony Pictures Television Lot. (Via Wikia)
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