A pair of thighty whities, a burnt teddy bear, a bag of blue crystals and a high school chemistry set – fans of Breaking Bad will recognize all these as benchmarks along the way of Walter White’s descent into crime, but they have one more thing in common – all these items will be featured in a Breaking Bad themed exhibition at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image.

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Sony Lot
No word on whether Jesse and Walt's white RV will be featured.

The L.A. Times reports that the exhibition, entitled "From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in 'Breaking Bad,'" will be on show until October 27th, approximately one month after the show’s final episode airs on AMC. So, a select few avid Breaking Bad fans will be able to get their fix (no pun intended) even after the show ends.

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Still
The exhibition chronicles Walter White's transformantion from a harmless chem teacher...

Walter White and Jesse Pinkman’s twisted world is sometimes tough to understand, but the museum has put together a thogough and immersive display to take the viewer on a journey and understand Walt’s transformation into the devious Heisenberg. The museum show lays out colors, clothing and props, which act as visual clues for fans to make sense of the series’ five twisting seasons, curator Barbara Miller has said in a release for The Times. If you are a Breaking Bad fan and able to attend, this one sounds unmissable (no, that’s not a word, but you get the idea). And we’re willing to wager it will be very, very blue.

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Still
Into a ruthless drug lord.