The essay is part of Jason’s audiovisual book The Chemistry of Character in Breaking Bad, and may seem out of place when compared to the rest of the book’s essays, but its inclusion reminds us that the use of objects in the show is just as deliberate and carefully constructed as the characters and their stories, and thus just as worthy of examination.
It is successful because it does not contain any cheap or vulgar comedy but the just little sensible joke and funny situations from our day to day lives. It is a kind of show which can be seen at any age of a person. I like it because the characters teach a lot of chapters of life full of unity and obedience. That's why this show attracts more.