Toy chain Toys R Us has pulled four action figures from the hit meth-drama Breaking Bad after a petition received over 6,000 signatures. The award-winning show followed a chemistry teacher - played by Bryan Cranston - who turns to drug dealing following his diagnosis for cancer.

Breaking BadAaron Paul [L] and Bryan Cranston [R] starred in Breaking Bad - though don't try and buy those dolls in Toys R Us.

The toys came with accessories including bags of cash and meth. They are now unavailable on shelves and online. 

The petition, started by a concerned Florida mom, said the sale of the action figures was "a dangerous deviation from their family friendly values."

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Toys R Us had previously defended its sale of the dolls, saying the figures were "carried in very limited quantities in the adult action figure area" of its stores, and that the packaging "clearly notes that the items are intended for ages 15 and up."

However, executives changed their tune just 24 hours later, saying, "Let's just say, the action figures have taken an indefinite sabbatical."

Lead actor Cranston had joked about the petition, saying, "Florida mom petitions against Toys 'R Us over Breaking Bad action figures.' I'm so mad, I'm burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest."

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Breaking Bad came to an end earlier this year, though creator Vince Gilligan is working on spin-off comedy-drama Better Call Saul, starring Bob Odenkirk reprising his character from the original series. Bryan Cranston is directing an episode for the first series, while Jonathan Banks returns as Mike Ehrmantraut.

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Better Call Saul is scheduled to premiere on AMC in February 2015 and a second season has already been commissioned.