Breaking Bad Fans Have Funeral for Walter White [VIDEO]

“Breaking Bad” fans (ahem, fanatics) got some closure for the demise of the main character of the series, Walter White, as an Albuquerque steakhouse hosted a faux funeral for the critically-acclaimed antihero.

The event kicked off with an almost traditional procession, a hearse accompanied by, you guessed it, White’s trusty RV/meth-lab. The service happened at the Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery and “Breaking Bad” set decorator, Michael Flowers, delivered the eulogy, which was really more of a sincere testament to the power of the show.

Walter White Funeral: End of Michael Flowers' eulogy to Walter WhiteMichael Flowers, the set dresser for the critically-acclaimed show "Breaking Bad" delivers the end of his eulogy to the fictional Walter White.2013-10-20T03:05:36.000Z

Still, if you were holding out for someone pretending to give an actual eulogy for the fictional man, this happened at the event too. Below is a colleague of Walter’s, a biology teacher at his school, saying his sincere condolences.

Walter White Funeral: Walt's Former colleaguevia YouTube Capture2013-10-20T03:34:38.000Z

A past student of Walter White also read a poem:

Walter White Funeral: A Poem for Walter Whitevia YouTube Capture2013-10-20T03:10:28.000Z

and White’s doctor even had a few things to say:

Walter White's funeral: Walt's former Doctor (In Character from Series)Walter White's former doctor, named Dr. Delcavoli (from the series "Breaking Bad"), delivers his thoughts on the death of Walter White at Walt's fake funeral in Albuquerque, New Mexico.2013-10-20T03:21:16.000Z

Lest you think this fandom was just a bit over the top, the event raised over $17,000 for Healthcare for the Homeless, an Albuquerque charity, which almost everyone agreed was a good thing, short of a few nay-sayers who felt the touristy nature of the event was a bit offensive to be at a place where dead people are buried.

Then again, they’re not being very respectful to Walter White. Also, $17,000 does more than a little good. Think of all the meth you could buy, or also homeless you could help, that too.

Interested in donating? You can pitch in to help the homeless in the good meth doctor’s name at

RIP Walter White.

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