If you want a piece of Breaking Bad, and maybe Walt's famous tighty-whiteys, you are in luck!
A new auction site called Screenbid.com will unveil about 250 items from the AMC hit series, on Friday, Sept. 20.
Bill Block, a film producer, and entrepreneur Jeffrey A. Dash, founded the site in an effort to "help studios dispose of props systematically, and profitably," according to The New York Times.
Some of the props that will be on sale include Hazmat suits, Walt's green Aztek, a charred pink Teddy bear and Walt's tighty-whiteys.
Yes, that famous pair of briefs!
"These may be the most iconic tighty-whiteys in television," the site states in the item description. "Breaking Bad begins its run with Walter White wearing this pair of briefs. Throughout the series, Bryan Cranston's character appears in tighty-whiteys."
The pair up for auction, ID'ed as "Walter White's Briefs" are from the first episode and are currently on display at the Museum of Moving Images, where they will remain until the exhibition is over.
The description adds that Walt's underwear is an "iconic, key part of Breaking Bad" and would be a "treasured addition" to any collection.
Bidding starts at $250. Any takers?
The auction will kick off on Sept. 29, coinciding with the series finale.