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In Walter White's backyard, the outline of a fire place is next to the sliding back door. Inside the reverse wall is the dining room/kitchen. The fireplace should be on the side of the house.
Every depiction of the drug money bring counted or transferred in large quantities (ie in bags) shows absolutely pristine notes, whereas the occasional shots of money being exchanged for drugs show crumpled, folded notes.
In the opening credits letters in the names are highlighted in green so as to represent a chemical element symbol. However, Michael Slovis, the Director of Photography, for several of the beginning episodes, they highlight the Ch. There is no chemical element symbol Ch. After a number of episodes they caught it and thereafter they only highlighted the C.
In the opening credits, both "Br" (Bromine) and "Ba" (Barium) show 2-8-18-7, which is the Electron Shell Configuration of the element "Br". However, the element "Ba" should have shown an Electron Shell Configuration of 2-8-18-18-8-2.
In multiple episodes the view in the rear view and side mirrors is reversed, making it appear that the driver in the trailing car is sitting in the right front passenger seat.
Don Eladio is a Mexican drug kingpin. However, he speaks Spanish with a Cuban accent. The actor portraying the character, Steven Bauer, is a Cuban-American.