The season one pilot episode of Breaking Bad first aired all the way back in January 2008, and Vince Gilligan's story of a terminally ill chemistry teacher and his former pupil teaming up for a life of crime would become one of the most acclaimed shows in television history.
As well as spawning a spin off series and a follow up film just at the time of writing, Breaking Bad scooped up sixteen PrimeTime Emmy Awards, eight Satellite Awards, two Golden Globes as well as PrimeTime Individual Awards for Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn. It entered the Guinness Book of World Records as history's most acclaimed and successful TV series in 2013, and its array of shocking sequences and collection of colourful characters remain memorable to this day.
However, nothing is ever truly perfect and that extends even to the world of Breaking Bad. Over the course of the show's five seasons and sixty-two episodes, there have been a couple of on-camera mistakes that audiences might not have picked up on the first time around. It's easily done when there is so much brilliance around them to be fair, but here are ten of Breaking Bad's biggest mistakes that audiences might not have noticed.