Jetzt, wo die beste Serie der Welt abgedreht ist, versteigern sie die Requisiten (Danke Dennis!) und vom Plane-Crash-Teddy in Pink und seinem Auge über Jesse Pinkmans Hello Kitty-Phone bis zu Gustavos funktionierendem Laptop („Magnets, Bitch!“) ist alles dabei. Sogar Walter Whites weiße Unnerbuxen kann man sich für 150$ kaufen. Leider nicht dabei: Gales Notizbuch, vollgekritzelt mit Details zum ultimativen Meth-Lab.
Hier noch ein paar meiner Lieblingsdingse:
Lily of the Valley: „This is the actual artificial plant, complete with pot and "Lily of the Valley" marker, that was used on the show. Breaking Bad fans will instantly recognize this important prop. And because it's artificial, it can't poison anyone.“
Tuco's Grill: „Hank’s DEA colleagues give him Tuco’s grill, encased in Lucite, as a souvenir. The grill, in Lucite, is among the most famous props in all of Breaking Bad. This iconic, screen-used grill will immediately become one of the most treasured pieces in any collection.“
Walter White's Inscribed 'Leaves of Grass': „Leaves author Walt Whitman shares the same initials as Walter White, and the inscription leads to some serious consequences when Walt’s brother-in-law, DEA Agent Hank Schrader, reads it (oddly enough, while sitting in the bathroom at Walt’s house). Walt mentions the book several times in the series, and searches frantically for it in the 9th episode of the final season.“
Mike Ehrmantraut's Spy Kit: „This is the actual case that Jonathan Banks carried as Mike. It's a hard case with a foam interior. Inside, you'll find some cool-looking, but inoperable items: a broken camera, a small pair of pliers, a couple of voice recorders and a big calculator that doesn't work. It's pure television magic.“
Walter White's Gas Mask: „Actually, it's a "respirator," and in Breaking Bad, Walter White uses it to protect himself from the toxic fumes that are a byproduct of the methamphetamine he cooks.“