‘Breaking Bad’ Creator: If You’re Throwing Pizza On Walter White’s Albuquerque House, You’re A “Jagoff”

So you think you’re a Breaking Bad fan, huh? Well if you’re one of the people tossing pizza on the roof of Walter White’s home in Albuquerque, show creator Vince Gilligan has got some pointed words for you.

Namely: Stop it, because seriously? Someone actually lives there, and she does not appreciate food being chucked at her house.

During a Better Call Saul podcast (starting around 3:05) that also features Jonathan Banks, otherwise known as enforcer Mike Ehrmantraut, Gilligan says that people who he won’t even call “fans” have started acting up at the site, which has turned into somewhat of a tourist attraction in light of the show’s popularity.

While that’s understandable, and the couple who live in that house have been just fine with courteous visitors who stay off the property and can act like decent, respectful human beings, Gilligan says they’ve reported an uptick in rude behavior, including food throwing, as an apparent homage to the scene in the show where White chucks an extra large pizza onto the garage roof.

“Lately we’ve been hearing from her that folks are wandering onto her property and they are being rude to her when she comes out, and basically says you’re on my property, and they’re throwing pizza on roofs and stuff like that,” Gilligan says.

He warns would-be tossers that “there is nothing original, or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof.”

“And if I catch you doing it, i will hunt you down,” Banks chimes in with his scariest Mike voice.

Gilligan reiterates again that he doesn’t think the culprits are listening to the podcast, “but if we are, I don’t even know what to say to you. So uncool, please stop.”

If you don’t, Gilligan has no love for you.

“Again, we love our fans — we don’t love those fans,” he adds. “I don’t even consider them fans. I consider them jagoffs.”

Our previous exposure to the word “jagoff” has come mostly from grumpy Consumerist dads so we know it’s got to be pretty bad.

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