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Asked by Jonah Edwards
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Did Walt know Brock would live?
I think Walter actually chose and measured the poison so that Brock did not die. But he also knew that the risk of Brock dying was real, especially if he was not diagnosed in time. Moreover, it is Jesse who immediately directs the doctors towards a poisoning.
What happened to Jesse's ricin?
In the first half of season five, he thought about using it against Lydia, but also decided against that, too. Walt stashed the ricin vial behind the plate of an electrical outlet, and in this season's "Blood Money" flash-forward opening sequence, we saw him retrieve it. So: The ricin still has not been used.
How rich is Bryan Cranston?
1 Bryan Cranston Net Worth - $40 Million.
Did walt poison brock?
With this in mind, Jesse starts to feel bad being with Andrea, and decides to end the relationship and stop seeing her and Brock ("Hazard Pay"). Jesse later finds out that Saul had Huell steal the ricin cigarette from his pocket, and that Walt was indeed responsible for Brock's poisoning.
Did Gretchen still love Walt?
Gretchen was born into a wealthy family and at one point began working for Walter White as his lab assistant at his and his best friend Elliot Schwartz's company Gray Matter Technologies. She and Walt eventually sparked a romance, fell deeply in love and were at one point engaged.
Why didn't Jesse burn down Walt's house?
Jesse didn't burn Walt's house down. ... Hank Schrader was there to stop Jesse from burning it all down in the literal sense so he could help him burn Walt's life down in a more figurative --and likely more devastating-- way.
Why did Walter poison Lydia?
Walt waited long enough for the Ricin to gestate inside Lydia (which wouldn't have taken long at all); Walt is nothing if not meticulous about 'the little details'. He told her because he wanted her to know she was going to die, and that she was killed by his hand.
Does Jesse forgive Walt for poisoning Brock?
No, he does not. (By the way, the show played fair with the viewers by making it ABUNDANTLY clear at the end of S4 that Walt DID poison Brock, because he had a Lily of the Valley plant in his backyard and we even saw him staring at it, BEFORE Brock got sick.
Does Jesse find out Walt killed Mike?
The only way Walt would've been able to safely go through with his plan was for Mike to be out of the way. Jesse is smart enough to add two and two together and deduce that Walt had killed Mike as well.
Did Walt poison Brock with Lily of the Valley?
In the sad reality, Jesse was right; Walt did cause Brock's illness as a way to turn Jesse against Gus. But the poison wasn't caused by ricin as later confirmed, it was from a Lily of the Valley plant, revealed to be in Walt's backyard in the final shot of Breaking Bad's season 4 finale.
Why did Walt hide the ricin?
Ricin hidden in the cigarette that's turned around The second time Walt created ricin, it was intended to kill Gustavo Fring. He created a small vial of it in Gus' own superlab, supposedly out of sight, and secretly passed it to Jesse, who concealed it in one of his cigarettes.
Why does Jesse burn Walt's house?
At that point, in Jesse's mind, Gus poisoned Brock with lily of the valley but wanted him to believe that Walt poisoned the kid with ricin. Later on, in the final season, realising Huell lifted the ricin (or replica) from his pocket, he shifts over to Walt's house pouring gasoline all over the carpet.
How did Walt give the poison to Brock?
It's an evil trick that works. The truth is that Walt did poison Brock just not with ricin. Instead, he used a Lily of the Valley plant which was growing in his backyard. The effects of ingesting the flower mimicked the ricin that Jesse assumed Brock had eaten.
Why did Walter hate Jesse?
Walt handed Jesse over to the neo-nazis because he thought Jesse intended to kill him. On discovering that he actually worked for Hank who died anyway, Walter blamed Jesse for his death. He only changed his mind about wanting Jesse dead after he saw how tormented he was.
Does Hank find out about Walt?
In the final scene, Hank figures out that Walt is Heisenberg while perusing Walt's copy of ?"Leaves of Grass" on the toilet. The book is inscribed: ?"To my other favorite W.W. It's an honor working with you. ... I thought this was a deeply unsatisfying way for Hank to finally learn Walt's secret.
How much lily of the valley is fatal?
Note: As little as two leaves of the plant can be a fatal dose in young children and pets. If this plant is present in your landscape, it is wise to remove it.
Are lily of the valley poisonous to dogs?
Toxicity to pets
However, lily of the valley is still very poisonous and must be treated aggressively! When dogs or cats ingest lily of the valley, severe clinical signs can be seen, including vomiting, diarrhea, a drop in heart rate, severe cardiac arrhythmias, and possibly seizures.
How does Jesse find out that Walt poisoned Brock?
Jesse, realizing these pieces fit believes him and helps Walt get the information he needs to finish Gus off. However at the end of Face Off it is revealed that Brock was actually poisoned by a flower called Lily of the Valley, later revealed to be in Walt's backyard, thus implicating Walt in the poisoning.
How much are the Baeumlers worth?
Bryan and his wife of 16 years, Sarah, are thought to have a net worth of roughly $20 million. They likely amassed the impressive sum thanks to their hard-working approach, can-do, make-do mentality, and entrepreneurial spirit.
Why didn't Gus get in his car?
Gus didn't need to be right about his car being sabotaged; he was just smart enough to know that he was walking into what would be a perfect trap, and one he'd happily spring if the tables were turned. So he walked away."
Why is Walter angry at Hank?
He wants to be the ideal father figure for his son and is angry that after all he is done, and all he can leave behind, he doesn't get more "respect". This anger isn't at all directed at his son, but at Hank who is his "competitor" in this regard.
Why does Walt have lily of the valley?
Walter used Lily of the Valley instead of ricin because it has similar attributes to ricin without actually BEING ricin. If it was actually ricin in Brock's system chances are Jesse would have been taken by the FBI. Ricin would have definitely killed Broch and this was not what Walt wanted.
What does Jesse realize?
Looking at the cigarette pack and thinking about the missing weed, Jesse has an epiphany. ... Jesse now realizes that he didn't just misplace the weed. Jesse figures out that Saul's very large bodyguard, Huell had pickpocketed it from him. Just as he had lifted the pack containing the Ricin cigarette in Season 4.
Is Walter White a sociopath?
He believes in pride in his work, and there's no show of remorse in any of his acts of cruelty to get what he wants. The portrayal so far is that he's not a particularly intelligent sociopath, but he uses the tools he has which means violence, for the most part.