AMC's groundbreaking series "Breaking Bad" may have ended in late 2013, but that does not mean people have stopped digging through every little frame and seeking out patterns and themes. "Breaking Bad" is a dense show, and its creator Vince Gilligan weaved hidden treats and easter eggs that fit into the show's bigger picture in a fun way. Below are some of the best hidden easter eggs in the series that will make you want to watch the whole thing all over again.

Walt's Killer Copycat Streak
Walt's Killer Copycat Streak
When Walt fed his first kill, Krazy 8, in season 1, the man cut his crust off. Walt did the same thing a few episodes later. This is not the first time Walt picks up on the behavior of others.
Volvo Deja Vu
Volvo Deja Vu
Along the same line of Walt taking the characteristics of his victims, he begins driving a Volvo, the same brand of car as Gus, in the episode right after he kills him.
Jane Foreshadowing
Jane Foreshadowing
As heavy handed as it is, and as obvious it is on a rewatch, Jane's death was mapped out pretty well in advance. Including Jesse's line to her in the episodes leading up to her death: "You weren't supposed to wake up."
Howard Dean and Friends
Howard Dean and Friends
Howard Dean's famous yell can be heard in the explosion caused by Walter in Tuco's headquarters. Listen carefully for the voice of the former Vermont governer in the blast next time.
Hospital Floor
Hospital Floor
The developers went out of there way to find a hospital, or create a studio, where two diagonal green tiles laid out in spots across the hospital floor. Jesse visited Brock after his 'bizarre' poisoning. Who was responsible? Walter White of course, and the man left his mark on the floor in a visual display that mimicked the font of the show -- two green element squares around the 'Br' and 'Ba' of the show's title.
Mike's Mannerisms
Mike's Mannerisms
Enthusiasts know the fate of fan favorite Mike in the front half of season five. Somewhere in there, Walt picked up Mike's calculated 'do yourself a favor and learn to take yes for an answer' when speaking to Lydia at the cafe.
Lambert
Lambert
Walt picked up the last name 'Lambert' for his fake ID in the famous season five opener. Interestingly, this is Skyler's maiden name as shown on her divorce paperwork.
Skyler's Clothing
Skyler's Clothing
This easter egg is perhaps the most in-depth and difficult to find, because it is not one scenario. As the series progresses, Skyler's clothing gets darker and darker. This parallels both the dissolution of her marriage, her pull towards the dark side, and Walt's sinister influence.
Reservoir Dogs Reference
Reservoir Dogs Reference
"Reservoir Dogs" had a series of gangsters named after colors, and a scene in which Mr. White holds Mr. Pink to the ground with a pistol. That's odd. Jesse PINKman did the same to Walter WHITE towards the end of the series.
Orange You Glad?
Orange You Glad?
There are a lot of oranges show throughout the series. Some say that this is a nod to "The Godfather," which also features a lot of oranges. This could make sense since "Breaking Bad" makes a number of references to the iconic movie.
Return Of The Pants
Return Of The Pants
One of the most iconic images of "Breaking Bad" is Walter standing in the desert in his underpants after casting away his pants in the pilot episode. Toward the end of the series, during "Ozymandias," Walt is shown rolling a barrel of his cash across the desert, and you can see what might just be his old pair of pants in the foreground.
Scarface
Scarface
Al Pacino's famous gangster film is referenced a number of times throughout "Breaking Bad," but a more subtle nod to the film came with the casting of Steven Bauer as Gustavo's nemesis Don Eladio. Bauer is famous for playing Manny Ribera in "Scarface." Another comparison comes when Walt is watching "Scarface" with his son and notices that everybody dies, which is basically what happens in the "Breaking Bad" finale as well.
Strangled Bookends
Strangled Bookends
Gilligan obviously loves putting subtle callbacks to earlier scenes in season 5 of "Breaking Bad." When Jesse has to kill Todd, who Walt brought into their business, by strangulation in season 5, we are supposed to recall how Walt had to kill Krazy 8, who Jesse brought into their business, by strangulation in season 1.
Checkmate
Checkmate
In one of the final episodes, "Ozymandias," Walter is pretty much all out of options and realizing how vulnerable he really is. Right at the point that he does, a chessboard is shown, on which the white king is clearly very poorly guarded. White certainly thought himself a king in his field, but without others to protect him, he's realized that he's powerless.
Grill
Grill
After Hank kills Tuco, the main antagonist in the first 2 seasons of the show, his DEA buddies present him with Tuco's grill. When Hank shows this off to Walt, the camera angle shows that the grill fits Walt's mouth precisely. This is meant to foreshadow Walt's transformation into the real villain of the show.
Purple Bear
Purple Bear
The purple bear has become the iconic image of season 2, and it can be seen throughout the series if you know where to look. It is shown in a tree outside Walt's house, painted onto Jane's bedroom wall, and the grocery store where Walt has 'amnesia.' The bear with his face half burned off also foreshadowed Gustavo's gruesome death.

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