Despite being a dark and serious program, Breaking Bad has inspired its fair share of comedic goodness. There will be spoilers below.
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The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme, if necessary.[[/labelnote]] Explanation Like this.
Further mutations and successor memes, if any.
As a general note, Walt's lines of badassery get repeated often by fans:
"Fuck you! And your eyebrows! Wipe down this!" *grabs crotch* Explanation Walt's reaction to Bogdan telling him to wipe down cars at the car wash.
"I've got your restraining order right here!" *grabs crotch* "Restrain this!" Explanation Walt's reaction to Skyler threatening to get him a restraining order.
"You got one part of that wrong. This... is not meth." Explanation When Walt confronts Tuco in his new Heisenberg persona, Tuco more or less calls Walt an idiot for walking into his office with more meth after Tuco had beaten Jesse earlier. Walt quickly proves him wrong by picking up one of the supposed rocks of meth (actually mercury fulminate) and throwing it down, which causes a large explosion.
"Stay out of my territory." Explanation Walt says this to two unassuming meth cooks outside of a parking lot. He manages to intimidate them.
"I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS!"Explanation Walt intimidating Skyler in "Cornered" where he insists that he has everything under control and that he will not be the one gunned down while opening the front door, but the one who knocks on it.
"I AM THE DANGER!Explanation Walt's rebuking Skyler's plea for him to get to the police
"You're goddamn right." Explanation Walt forces Declan to say his moniker while cutting up a deal with him. Declan says it and Walter replies with the aforementioned quote. Often used as a reaction to something someone agrees with.
"Tread lightly." Explanation (spoilers) Walt's threat to Hank when the latter confronts Walt over being Heisenberg.
"I fucked Ted." Explanation Skyler has an affair with Ted and tells Walt this as an attempt to get Walt out of the house.
Walter Jr.'s love of breakfast, which has been immortalised in a song.
"They're not rocks, they're minerals."Explanation (spoilers) While bedridden from several gunshot wounds, Hank gained a hobby collecting minerals. Marie refers to them as rocks, which annoys Hank every time.
Walt's off-hand threat to Saul, where he tells him "I'll send you to Belize", seemed to become one overnight.
Belize◊ being used as a Deadly Euphemism is one straight after the episode. Bonus points for finding Youtube videos on Belize with a Breaking Bad reference in the comments.
And on reddit, a redditor misheard the quote and asked "who is billy" on Breaking Bad's section, believing that Saul wanted to send Hank to Billy's.
Hank and Marie, staring in horror/disgust/disbelief at their TV screen, replacing Walt's fake confession pinning Hank as Heisenberg with things like the VMAs or Hal's rollerdancing skills. Also literally sprang up overnight.
Don't make Mike beatcha 'till yer legs don't work.
"Cow house?" Explanation On Walt and Jesse's first cook, Jesse yells to Walt that he's found a barn, but doesn't know what it's called, and refers to it as a "cow house". Walt's reaction is priceless.
"Better Call Saul!" Explanation Saul Goodman's catchphrase in his commercials.
It got so big, in fact, it is now the name of the spinoff.
"Have an A1 day!"
Walt throwing a pizza on the roof. Or, as Honest Trailers calls it, "Roof Pizza"!
"Huell, you happy?" "Reasonably." "What would make you unhappy?" "This little motherfucker not doing what he's told." Explanation Huell and Kuby's conversation about if Huell is happy with Ted at the moment. In particular, Huell's deadpan "Reasonably".
Huell is still sitting around waiting.Explanation (spoilers) Hank tricks Huell into hiding in a safehouse under false pretense; as Hank dies shortly afterwards, Huell is still afraid for his life and waiting for his return.
Stop trying to make Low Winter Sun happen. It's not going to happen. Explanation Typical BB fan's response to AMC's constant promotion of Low Winter Sun.
Meth Damon Explanation Todd bears quite the resemblance to Matt Damon, and the uninitated could easily think that Todd's name is actually Meth Damon, because the two are almost interchangable.
Shut the fuck up and let me die in peace. Explanation (spoilers) Mike's dying words.
"No more half measures." Explanation Mike's cautionary tale to Walt about dealing with Jesse has become popular.
"Tight, tight, tight!" Explanation Tuco after snorting the first batch of Blue Sky meth.
"Mexico, all's I'm sayin'." "Heh. Guy hit 10 guys in jail a two minute window. All's I'm sayin'." Explanation Huell and Kuby while lying on all of Walt's cash. The image of the two itself is also popular.
Jesse has a Need for Speed. Explanation (spoilers) “Felina” has Jesse driving off at high speed in a car at the end, to a new life. One of Aaron Paul’s roles after the show is a part in the Need for Speed movie, and fans have joked that the entire show is a prequel to the film.
In a similar vein, that the series is a sequel to Malcolm in the Middle, after a possible Noodle Incident. Plenty of jokes about Malcolm being a sequel to Breaking Bad have also been made.
Walter looks like a live-action version of Ned Flanders early in the series. Fans have responded to this with numerous fanart of crossovers with The Simpsons.
"Blood, Meth, and Tears"Explanation The final episode is named "Felina", which can be divided into chemical symbols Fe (Iron) Li (Lithium) Na (Sodium). Iron, Lithium and Sodium are key ingredients in the respective substances.
Turning Mr. Chips into Scarface. Explanation Vince Gilligan's original pitch for the series has become so famous that it is often used to sum it up to newcomers.
The Evil "insert something here". Explanation During the Brazilian airing of the show, the name was translated as "A Quimica do Mal" ( The Evil Chemistry ). Since Breaking Bad had many fans before the series aired in Brazil, they were displeased with the translating. As a result, everytime something Breaking Bad-related appears, they will make a joke regarding the poor translation.