08/09/2013 04:26 pm ET | Updated Aug 09, 2013

The 'Breaking Bad' House In Albuquerque, New Mexico Is Actually Owned By A Very Nice Lady (VIDEO)

Like the rest of America, you probably can't contain your excitement for the "Breaking Bad" series to return on Sunday, August 11. But to help you cope with the next couple of days without Walter White, we're sharing this awesome interview with actual owner of the Whites' House in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

MachinimaETC interviewed Fran (her last name was omitted), who gave them the backstory behind the setting that has played a major role in the series. Fran (who is like, the nicest lady ever) and her family have owned the home since 1973. After searching endlessly for a place, director and producer Vincent Gillian saw hers and fell in love. "They came up this street, saw the house and Vince Gillian said 'that's Walt's house,'" she said.

Watch the video above to find out more about this now legendary home, and feel free to stop by the place. But no throwing pizzas on the roof.

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