Breaking Bad is an AMC original series about the crystal meth trade. It’s an entertaining but realistic portrayal of this growing industry. At times the show seems to glamorize the idea of being a meth manufacturer and dealer, but as soon as you think it would kind of be cool to be one of the characters in this show, they bring you back to reality and show the real dangers of taking on such a lifestyle. You will then, hopefully, take a step back and remove any such thoughts from your head about ever trying what you just saw. Here are some interesting statistics about Breaking Bad.
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