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Every Single Thing That Walt Jr. Eats for Breakfast on Breaking Bad

Posted: 09/27/2013 9:38 am

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Breaking Bad ends forever tonight, and while the show has repeatedly defied expectations over its five-season run, we do know a few things to be constant and true. Horrible things will always happen to Jesse Pinkman's girlfriends. Marie will always be clothed in some shade of purple. But, most importantly, you will never love anything as much as Walt Jr. loves breakfast. In celebration of the show's purest relationship, we decided to exhaustively catalog everything Flynn eats in the AM from the pilot to present. The man has an expansive palate, but whatever you do, please don't give him Raisin Bran sans Crunch.

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Episode: S1E1, "Pilot"
Breakfast Eaten: The series kicks off Walt Jr.'s love affair with breakfast with eggs and some, gulp, veggie bacon. Also, is that tomato juice we spy? Clearly these were humble beginnings.

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Episode: S1E2 "Cat's in the Bag"
Breakfast Eaten: Pancakes, eggs, and (hopefully real) bacon. Now that's more like it.

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Episode: S1E5, "Gray Matter"
Breakfast Eaten: Toast and what appears to be eggs.

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Episode: S1E6, "Crazy Handful of Nothin"
Breakfast Eaten: In this grand reveal of Walt's shaved head -- which our breakfast hero acknowledges with a "Badass, Dad" -- Junior is feasting on some fruit salad and toast.

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Episode: S2E4, "Down"
Breakfast Eaten: After disappearing and making that naked grocery store run, Walt Sr. whips up pancakes, orange juice, grapefruit juice, fruit salad, and even croissants to distract his son. Based on that look of anticipation in Junior's eye, he is pretty successful.

Our man Walt Jr. still has a lot more breakfasts to eat, and you can see them all in the full story on Thrillist.com!

 
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