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Parents say "Breaking Bad" action figures don't belong on the same toy store shelves as Barbie dolls and Disney characters.  More than 2,500 people have signed Susan Myers' petition on to have the "Breaking Bad" dolls removed from Toys 'R Us. 

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The Florida mom says the store's decision to sell the toy likeness of Bryan Cranston's meth mogul character Walter White - complete with a detachable sack of cash and a bag of meth alongside children's toys - is "a dangerous deviation from Toys 'R Us' family friendly values." 

Cranston himself jokingly responded to Myers' petition via Twitter Monday: