'Breaking Bad' hazmat suits, more at auction
Back in the fall of 2013—when Breaking Bad went off the air and Better Call Saul was just a devilish glint in the eyes of Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould—an auction was held in which fans with disposable income were able to bid on 337 Bad artifacts, including Walt’s tighty-whities, Tio’s bell and the pink, eyeless teddy bear. (The possibly washed underwear, by the way, fetched almost 10 grand, which was considerably less than Walt’s copy of Leaves of Grass, which netted $65,500.)
Now you will have a chance to own more of the acclaimed meth drama’s other artifacts. EW can report that Sony Pictures Television, which produced the show, has teamed up with ScreenBid for another Bad auction in which you can binge-grab all sorts of items that were used in the show’s five-season run. There are no cars or platinum grills being offered this time, but the list of 249 items (about 15 of which are holdovers from the previous auction) does contain such artifacts as Walt’s and Jesse’s yellow hazmat suits, Saul’s burner phones, Hank’s whiskey glasses, Brock’s ER tubes, Walt’s (empty) duffle bag of money and khakis, and Jesse’s hoodies and (empty) box of cigarettes. And who knows, maybe you’re willing to throw down some fat stacks for Gomez’s brown khakis or Lydia’s over-the-shoulder purse.
The auction begins at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, ends at 6 p.m. ET on Tuesday, and can be previewed at screenbid.com.