The Quintanas, after all, have to live there, and while it may be neat to have your home be a part of TV history, not everyone always thinks of the day-to-day practicalities and hassles.
"All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road".
"We're hearing from her that folks are wandering onto her property and they are being rude to her when she comes out when she basically says to them, 'You're on my property, '" Gilligan said on the "Better Call Saul" Insider podcast.
To keep people away from the Albuquerque, New Mexico home, Joanne Quintana says they have chose to install a six-foot high wrought iron fence around the perimeter.
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Gilligan's words did little to stop the behavior, as Quintana said countless fans still stop by the property and go to great lengths to look around the house and take photos. "We're the ones who [are] being locked up".
Incidentally, Weckiai Rannila, the renter of a University of New Mexico apartment that was the on-screen home of Breaking Bad Emmy victor Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman, tells the station she also has her share of sometimes "annoying" selfie-seeking fans.
Quintana said fans of the show come to visit the house in droves and have disrupted the property by stealing rocks as souvenirs and tossing pizza on the roof to recreate a memorable outburst from the show's main character portrayed by Bryan Cranston.