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Dissolved in acid ("Breaking Bad")
Sometimes, it seemed as if Walt and Jesse spent more time getting rid of corpses than they did manufacturing and distributing meth. In fact, the series devoted two of its first three episodes ever to the subject, as the duo had to get rid of two men (one already dead, one soon to be) who had tried to kill them in the pilot. Walt the chemist came up with a seemingly foolproof method — stick the bodies in plastic tubs, then dissolve them in acid — but because Jesse didn't follow all the instructions, the acid melted through the bathtub and floor of his late aunt's house. Eventually, they perfected the approach, so that episodes in later seasons could treat the acid baths as a grimly familiar part of the job.