"Breaking Bad" fans still mourning the end of the series are getting one last chance to pay their respects.
An Albuquerque steakhouse is hosting a funeral service for the show's meth-cooking anti-hero Walter White.
Vernon's Hidden Valley Steakhouse announced it will host the memorial service for the departed meth kingpin at Sunset Memorial Park on Saturday, October 19 at 4:30 p.m. There, "Breaking Bad" set designer Michael Flowers will eulogize the departed character, and a reception will follow.
Fans will have to pay to attend the service, with proceeds from the event going towards supporting substance abuse prevention in Albuquerque, the city where "Breaking Bad" was filmed. The event organizers encourage fans interested in attending to visit the Walter White funeral website.
"Breaking Bad" fans have been mourning Walter White in all sorts of ways since the show's finale. The Albuquerque Journal ran an obituary for Bryan Cranston's character last week.
Correction: An earlier version of this post incorrectly stated the date of the event.