Breaking Bad: Who Said It? Quiz


By: John Payne

6 Min Quiz

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Warning! May contain strong language. Can you identify these memorable quotes from the AMC drama Breaking Bad?

Who said it: "I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No. I am the one who knocks!"

Walter attempts to reassure Skyler that his business does not put him or his family in danger -- and ends up scaring the hell out of her instead.


Who said it: "You are not the guy. You’re not capable of being the guy. I had a guy, but now I don’t. You are not the guy."

On a ride along with Mike, Jesse had the temerity to suggest that he could be Mike's "guy," prompting this response.


Who said it: "Yeah, bitch! Magnets!"

Jesse makes this exclamation when they prove they can use magnets to wipe some hard drives that contain incriminating information.


Who said it: "They’re minerals, Marie! Jesus!"

Hank takes special offense when anyone calls his beloved minerals "rocks."


Who said it: "Darth Vader had responsibilities. He was responsible for the Death Star."

Badger was commiserating with Jesse's disappointment that even outlaws have responsibilities.


Who said it: "I fucked Ted."

This was Skyler's devastating response to Walter's attempts to make their home life normal again in the season three episode "I.F.T." -- a name that is almost certainly related to the quote.


Who said it: "Don't drink and drive. But if you do, call me."

Saul, always on the lookout for new customers, gives this advice to Walt, Jr.


Who said it: "And a man, a man provides. And he does it even when he’s not appreciated or respected or even loved. He simply bears up and he does it. Because he’s a man."

Gus tells this to Walter to convince him to continue cooking meth.


Who said it: "Stay out of my territory."

Walter issues this warning after seeing a couple guys buying the materials to make meth at a local hardware store.


Who said it: "The moral of the story is: I chose a half-measure when I should have gone all the way. I'll never make that mistake again."

Mike was explaining to Walter why he didn't believe Jesse could be contained through peaceful methods.


Who said it: "Don Eladio is dead. His capos are dead. You have no one left to fight for. Fill your pockets and leave in peace. Or fight me and die!"

Gus yells this (in Spanish) to any remaining enemies in the area after he poisons his cartel rivals.


Who said it: "All I can do is wait. That's it. That's the only good option. Hold on, bide my time, and wait."

When Walt asked her what she was waiting for, Skyler replied, "For the cancer to come back." Ouch.


Who said it: "I'm not in the meth business. I'm in the empire business."

This is how Walter explains to Jesse that he is no longer cooking meth for the money but for his pride.


Who said it: "Shut the fuck up and let me die in peace."

These were Mike's last words after Walter shot him. He was always the silent type.


Who said it: "You're my free pass, bitch."

Jesse threatens Walter that if he is ever arrested, he will turn state's witness and testify against the great Heisenberg.


Who said it: "Faith and begorrah! A fellow potato eater! My real name's McGill. The Jew thing I just do for the homeboys. They all want a pipe-hitting member of the tribe, so to speak..."

In his first meeting with Walter (in disguise as Badger's uncle), Saul hints at his transformation from Jimmy McGill to Saul Goodman.


Who said it: "I will kill your wife; I will kill your son; I will kill your infant daughter."

To prevent Walter from meddling with Jesse, Gus levels this chilling threat.


“I swear to Christ, I will put you under the jail.”

When Hank discovers Walter's alter-ego, this is the promise he makes to him.


Who said it: "Say my name."

Before completing a large meth transaction, Walter demands that his middleman invoke the name of Heisenberg.


Who said it: "Say you want this!"

In the final episode, Jesse considers shooting Walter, but only if Walter admits that is what he wants. When he does, Jesse slides the gun over to Walter and tells him to do it himself.


Who said it: "Just because you shot Jesse James, don’t make you Jesse James."

After Walter kills Gus, Mike advises him that he's not as invincible as he thinks he is.


Who said it: "May his death satisfy you."

This is how Gus offered up Hank to the Salamanca Cousins as a repayment for the death of Tuco.


Who said it: "Someone has to protect this family from the man who protects this family."

After Walter buys a new car for Walt, Jr., Skyler forces him to return it in order to protect their story and ends the discussion with this statement.


Who said it: "You two wanna go stick your wangs in a hornets' nest, it's a free country. But how come I always gotta get sloppy seconds, huh?"

This was one of Saul's many complaints about Walter and Jesse's business practices.


Who said it: "...[W]hy are there what looks like brains in our garbage can?"

When Hank and Jesse stage a photo to make it appear that Walter murdered Jesse, Marie discovers the props in the trash and asks Hank about it.


Who said it: "Jesus, what's with all the greed here? It's unattractive."

In the fifth season episode "Ozymandias," Jack steals Walter's money, but leaves him one barrel of cash. This leads to some grumbling among Jack's men, provoking this (ironic) response.


Who said it: "This is my own private domicile, and I will not be harassed..."

Hank tracks down Walter's and Jesse's RV, so they take it to a salvage yard to have it destroyed. When Hank comes knocking on the RV door, this is how Jesse responds.


Who said it: "I wanna be a knight."

Jesse explains that him and his partners can be kings by selling blue meth, and Badger takes the statement somewhat too literally.


Who said it: "Everyone sounds like Meryl Streep with a gun to their head."

In the season five episode "Dead Freight," Mike wants to kill Lydia because he believes she is working with the DEA and says this as part of his argument in favor of the idea.


Who said it: "Oh yeah, I remember that little bitch. So you must be daddy. Let me get this straight. I steal your dope, I beat the piss out of your mule boy, and you bring me more meth? That's brilliant."

Tuco says this to Walter, just before Walter demonstrates that the substance in question is not meth but a highly volatile explosive.


Who said it: "If that’s true, if you don’t know who I am, then maybe your best course… would be to tread lightly."

Hank learns of Walter's alter-ego and confronts him, leading to this unforgettable response.


Who said it: "There's no honor among thieves...except for us of course."

When Jesse threatens to turn Walter over to the DEA, Saul tells Walter he should consider other options for dealing with Jesse and includes this duplicitous line.


Who said it: "Since when do vegans eat fried chicken?"

When Hank discovers a Pollos Hermanos wrapper in the pictures from Gale Boetticher's apartment, he starts to suspect that Gus Fring knows more about it than he lets on.


Who said it: "All right, $16,000 laundered at 75 cents on the dollar, minus my fee, which is 17%, comes out to $9,960. Congratulations, you've just left your family a second hand Subaru."

In the season two episode "Four Days Out," Saul explains to Walter why he needed to scale up his operation if he wants to provide for his family after his death.


Who said it: "I did it for me."

Walter always insisted he did everything for his family, but in the final episode, he confesses to Skyler that it was all about him.


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