30 Breaking Bad Continuity Errors & Plot Holes
After five enthralling seasons, Breaking Bad came to an end in 2013. The AMC success was perfect (literally, according to Rotten Tomatoes) and concise, not attempting to draw the story out any longer than necessary solely due to fan dedication to the series, a mistake many shows seems to make. It did lead to a prequel series, however, Better Call Saul, following lawyer Saul Goodman’s rise to glory when he eventually meets Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, but fans have been left wondering what happens after Breaking Bad ended ever since. Thanks to a recent announcement from Netflix, we’ll finally get those answers on the streaming service in October with El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Back on board is Vince Gilligan, the show’s original writer and director.
Fans and critics alike have nothing but praise for Breaking Bad, obvious by the 110 awards it won out of the 262 it was nominated for over the course of the six years it was on air. While Breaking Bad is arguably one of the best television series of all time, that doesn’t mean it’s without its faults like any other show. Believe it or not, continuity errors and plot holes abound. Here are 30 continuity errors and plot holes in Breaking Bad that you might have missed the first few binge-throughs.