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Breaking Bad was one of the most recognizable and highly-regarded television shows in history. The series might be over, but it will be decades before it’s forgotten. However, despite the fact that the series has spent a considerable amount of time under the scrutiny of the public eye, there are still some things that many people don’t know. Here, we present our list of 10 things you didn’t know about Breaking Bad. Check out part one below, and stay tuned for part two, coming soon!

Number Ten: It Inspired Real Drug Dealers. You’re probably familiar with the blue hue of the meth manufactured in the series. However, because of the popularization of the drug, actual drug dealers began making blue meth. They did this to help add a unique brand to their meth.

Number Nine: Bryan Cranston Has a Breaking Bad Tattoo. Not only does Cranston – the show’s lead – have a Breaking Bad tattoo, but he got it on the show’s last day of filming for season five! The tattoo is located on the inside of his finger.

Number Eight: The Pizza Toss Took One Take. It’s true! You can be glad that not too much pizza was harmed in the making of that scene where Walter White angrily throws a pizza onto the roof. Cranston is so talented that he was able to successfully throw the pizza on the roof and have it stay there in just one take.

Number Seven: Jesse and Walt Jr. Never Meet. Jesse and Walt Jr. are both pretty major characters, but they actually never meet each other in the show. In fact, Walt Jr. is the only major character that Jesse never meets. That might come as a surprise, considering how much time Walt and Jesse spend together.

Number Six: Bryan Cranston Has an Interesting Acting Resume. You might know that Cranston was featured in Malcolm in the Middle before Breaking Bad, but did you know he was also in Power Rangers? It’s true! Nearly 20 years before Breaking Bad, Cranston was in Power Rangers. Stay tuned for part two of our list of 10 things you didn’t know about Breaking Bad, coming soon!

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