The Twitter masses had differing views on the family's decision to fence off the house.
Now the real-life owners of the home in Albuquerque, New Mexico are taking a "slice" at fans of the show.
Neighbours have been bothered by it, too: "All day, non-stop, there's people up and down this road".
'We don't want to gate ourselves in, ' she told the news channel.
Fans have been doing just that at the Albuquerque house - as well as stealing rocks from their garden as mementos and generally being hostile to the people who live there - and it's gotten so out of hand that a 6-foot fence has been deemed necessary to keep fans away. Unfortunately, fans have even tried to go through the construction to snap a clear pic of the house.
If this all sounds rather confusing and odd, you must not remember the iconic scene where Walter arrives home with a pizza, gets angry about something or other (shocking) and lobs a full pizza onto the roof of his home.
White didn't just toss the pizza out for no reason, though. How can anyone enjoy it if it's on a roof?
"There is nothing amusing or original or cool about throwing pizza on this lady's roof", Gilligan told fans on a "Better Call Saul Insider" podcast.
Joanne Quintana tells KOB-TV that she loses count of the number of weekly visitors to the house that her mother owns.
Incidentally, Weckiai Rannila, the renter of a University of New Mexico apartment that was the on-screen home of Breaking Bad Emmy victor Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman, tells the station she also has her share of sometimes "annoying" selfie-seeking fans.
"It's been done before, you're not the first". However, that interest soon became less innocent as fans took to throwing pizzas on the house itself.