Carlo Settecase, a 21-year-old Chicago-area Nordstrom employee who allegedly stole more than $20,000 in merchandise from the store, blamed his television habits for making him think he could get away with it. According to the Pioneer Press, Settecase told police that watching characters on Breaking Bad, Dexter and The Sopranos get away with various crimes inspired him to hatch his plan of placing items into a mail tote, dropping the tote in the mail room, and then taking the merchandise from the mail room the next day. Settecase was ultimately caught on surveillance camera. Perhaps he should add Punk’d reruns and Law & Order to his TiVo season pass.