Outrageous Parents Complain That 'Breaking Bad' Dolls Are Too Real
Outrage is growing because Toys "R" Us stores around the country are selling "Breaking Bad" dolls modeled on characters from the hit show.
The dolls come with accessories in the likeness of guns, sacks of cash and even bags of crystal meth.
A Florida mother has launched a petition calling for Toys "R" Us to stop selling the dolls, but "Breaking Bad" fans launched their own counter-petition to keep them on the shelves.
On "Outnumbered" today, Sandra Smith said she's always going to protect the free market.
"If you don't like it, don't buy it. And if you don't like the stores for selling it, don't shop there," Smith remarked.
That being said, she admitted it's hard to find an upside to selling dolls with bags of meth at a toy store.
Harris Faulkner said these toys encourage illegal behavior, which goes beyond a free market situation.
"I don’t want my children modeling that and I don’t want it being modeled for them," Faulkner said.
"As a parent you’ve just given me something else to explain. So, thanks a lot, Toys "R" Us."
Watch the clip above and let us know in the comments if you'll be picking up any of these "Breaking Bad" dolls for the little Walter White or Jesse Pinkman in your family.