Walt presses the revolver against his forehead, daring Jesse to kill him but Jesse can't, as he believes Walt. He attaches the modified weapon to the trunk of his car. Jesse awakens, discovers Jane's demise, and contacts Walt. While pleading with Jack to come quickly, Walt sees Jesse is with Hank and Steven Gomez, prompting Walt to tell Jack not to come. In the present, Jesse, Skinny Pete and Badger see and hear several news reports about the aftermath of the massacre.
Fondly, G.B." However, Mike deducts "Legacy Funds" from each cook to recoup the lost savings of Gus' former underlings. He attempts to apologize but shuts up on Mike's dying request ("Say My Name"). Hector then requests a meeting at the DEA office, but tells them nothing; he only crudely insults Hank. Hank slaps his cuffs on Walt's wrists and gives him his Miranda rights, then places him in the back of his truck. Walt asks to talk business, but Jack rejects his offer, telling him that they are not really in the market because they can get more methylamine through Lydia quite easily. His wife Skyler has moved out with their son and newborn daughter to give Walt a chance to pack his things. She tells him Hank has no solid evidence and he should stay quiet and ride it out ("Buried"). Walt unsuccessfully attempts to revive No-Doze, who dies shortly after being beaten by Tuco. It's an honour working with you. He presumably grew up somewhere other than New Mexico, given the fact that he would have to fly to visit his mother. Jesse finds that Krazy-8 has escaped from the RV, and Walt finds him roaming the neighborhood. Walt and Jesse soon discover that Krazy-8 is still alive. Walt eventually took up two jobs as both a high school chemistry teacher and a car wash employee in order to stay financially afloat. Though Walt attempted to blackmail Hank by threatening to paint Hank as Heisenberg and himself as a victim, Hank was able to corner Walt with help from Jesse, who finally betrayed Walt after a devastating revelation. Tuco, however, threatens Jesse with a gun to his head, and forces him to drive to Walt's house, where Walt is also threatened and they are both kidnapped ("Seven Thirty-Seven"). Saul, no longer intimidated, leaves. Ed tells Saul to see for himself, in which Ed shows him a monitor with live footage of Walt angrily walking around the bunker. Breaking Bad Pilot - You wanna cook crystal meth? Elliot reveals that he knows about Walt's cancer, and states that the job offers a good life insurance.
The argument can be made that the cancer was merely a catalyst for Walt (generally family-oriented, employable, and mild-mannered) embracing another side to his personalitythe Heisenberg side, the side that is gratified, feared, ruthless, and powerfulthat was there all along.
Jr. interferes by tackling Walt and shielding his mom. Asking if he is going to turn himself in, Walt assures her that the police would indeed be coming for him. Walt passes out briefly while delivering food to Krazy-8, breaking a plate. When Hank comes around, he lets the family know he received a warning call one minute before the ambush informing him of it.
Walt orchestrating the mass jail killings ("Gliding Over All"). Tyrus has been tailing Hank and sees Hector leave the DEA office, and informs Gus. ("Felina"). He continues to have coughing fits and is now coughing up blood. Main
Walt meets with Gus and Mike in the desert, asserting that what he did was necessary and Jesse is in hiding, not to be given up by Walt. Walt changes Holly's diaper in a restroom and throws her bloodied diaper in the trashcan. Walt and Jesse are held hostage in the lab by Victor and Mike, anxiously awaiting Gus' reaction to the murder of Gale. He then told Skyler "I'm out".
The character development of Walter White, as well as Bryan Cranston's performance, has received universal acclaim, from both critics and audiences. Meanwhile, Walt and Jesse face difficulties producing the large amount of meth promised to Tuco. Walt, deeply disturbed by the ordeal, breaks his ties with Jesse ("and the Bag's in the River"). Last
Social life After a visit to the doctor, Walt learns that his cancer has returned and it's likely that he won't live for longer than six months. The plan is a success, but Walt and Jesse are forced to watch as their accomplice Todd Alquist murders a bystander who witnessed the heist ("Dead Freight"). Commits suicide by using himself as a human shield to save Jesse Pinkman during the massacre of Jack Welker and his Gang Portrayed by He tells Skyler to launder another $20,000, but refuses her request to keep the children out of the house. Despite the good news about his condition, Walt is feeling out of sorts and is generally unhappy, verging on anger. Relationships Hank informs Walt of his impending investigation into Jesse and the RV, prompting Walt to get involved in the destruction of the RV, barely managing to not be discovered by Hank thanks to a well-timed phone call. When Mike and Victor kidnap Walt, planning to kill him, he promises to give up Jesse, but instead orders him to kill Gale, saving both their lives and keeping their jobs safe.
Even the field where he has the most skill, chemistry, falls on the deaf ears of his disrespectful, apathetic students. With Jesse in the hospital, Walt orders Skinny Pete to tell him everything he knows about Tuco. When Jesse leaves, Walt calls Skyler, who's watching coverage of the nursing home bombing on the news. Walt borrowed his "Heisenberg" pseudonym from the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Werner Heisenberg, a chemist who was also diagnosed with lung cancer.
While Jesse is in Mexico, Walt continues cooking meth in the superlab under the supervision of Tyrus Kitt. Thinking that Walt is about to make the same justification he did many times before (the excuse that he did "all this for the family"), Skyler tries to shoot this down; only for Walt to actually openly admit that it was never for the benefit of the family Walt, instead, confesses the truth that he did it all for himself; saying that he did it for his own selfishness and enjoyment, that he was good at what he did and truly felt alive while he was doing it. Walt wants respect, and wishes to seek revenge against the society that he views as having screwed him over, undervalued his worth, and overlooked his potential. Walter Hartwell White was born on September 7, 1958.
While Jr. is excited about Hank's vindication, Skyler tells Walt that she is afraid of him. Lydia asks Walt how he knew they would be there, to which Walt responded by telling Lydia how predictable her habits are. Walt attempting to burn much of his drug money ("No Ms"). The machine gun sends dozens of tracer rounds into Jack's compound, killing all of his men within seconds, with the exception of Jack himself, who is gravely injured, and Todd, who remains unharmed by ducking down just in time. As he reminisces about the early days of his treatment and thanks the family for their support over the last year, Skyler slowly descends into the pool, fully-clothed, and sinks to the bottom.
Walt's Heisenberg persona is first "born" when Walt goes to confront Tuco after Tuco beat up Jesse and took his meth without paying. Appearances in Breaking Bad After handing over the bag, Walt demanded Mike give him the names of the nine guys in prison who would likely flip on Walt since their legacy funds stopped flowing. Grief struck, Walt falls to the ground and sobs in agony, collapsing emotionally and mentally over the death of his brother-in-law. Walt is having difficulty adjusting to his new life. Walt tries to tell Jesse that their operation is now in the "smooth sailing" mode, but Jesse and Mike soon inform him they are selling their share of methylamine for $5 million each and bowing out of the meth trade. Walt's last moments with his wife and daughter. They rehearse the story and even attend a support group for gambling addicts, but Walt remains too distracted to put much effort into the charade.
Walt also mentions that chemistry is "growth, decay, and transformation. Throughout his journey, Walt reaches heights then descends into chaos notably it occurs between Season 3 and 4; from working safely in the super-lab making millions of dollars with a respectable, steady relationship with Gus (growth), Walt then ends up in seemingly hopeless situations following his killing of Gus' two dealers and Gale's murder; being constantly watched by Gus' men, eventually being left with little money, facing betrayal by Jesse, Gus threatening to murder his entire family and Walt choosing to flee for his life through Saul's extractor (decay), to the triggering of a new type of Heisenberg, a ruthless leader and manipulator that has realized that "it's better to be the pursuer than the pursued", beginning with his secret poisoning of Brock to turn Jesse against Gus and culminating in his brutal assassination of Gus himself by bombing a nursing home after outsmarting him and luring him into a trap with the help of Hector Salamanca (transformation). Following this, Skyler asks Walt to move back into the house. Walt has now grown a full beard and a full head of hair. Walt, who has decided to enter the illegal drug trade to develop a sufficient inheritance for his family before he succumbs to his cancer, blackmails Jesse into helping him enter the meth manufacturing business. Alarmed, Skyler leaves. At the beginning of the series, it was clear to the viewer when Walt was making a conscious decision to become Heisenberg (wishing to keep his identity secret around other criminals, wearing the trademark black hat and sunglasses, etc.). At a tavern, Walt calls J. P. Wynne High School and asks for Walt Jr., posing as Marie. Financially, this job was not enough to support his family, so Skyler did side work writing short stories and selling items on the internet. Walt and Jesse soon rev up the RV and are cooking again. Jesse however, notices Walt's wound and concludes that he will die anyway, and leaves the gun with Walt, telling him to do it himself. Walt secures a deal with Jack, Todd's uncle. Walt, unable to own up to his actions, grabs Holly and runs out of the house and Skyler screams for Holly as Walt drives away. He is shown to possess a kingpin's unbeatable survival skills: sociopathy, cunning, emotional manipulation, meticulousness, and violence or at least the threat thereof. At the doctor, Walt discovers that he is in remission - his tumor has shrunk by 80% ("4 Days Out"). After forcing Jesse to have an awkward dinner with him and Skyler, Walt admits to Jesse that his family has left him and his drug empire is the only thing that matters to him now. Walt asks Ed if he would give the barrel of money to his family if he dies, to which Ed replies "If I said yes, would you believe me?" Before exiting the restroom, Walt lets out a slight cough and takes some medication. A younger Walt and his wife Skyler, who is pregnant with their first child Walt Jr.. By the turn of 1990, Walt was working in Application Labs ("Cancer Man").
Huell reveals to them that Walt and the rental van were dirty when he returned from the desert. Walt has a plan and they split up. Walt "jokingly" admits to Hank that he is a criminal ("Bullet Points"). Breaking Bad - S04E06 - Cornered, Breaking Bad The Fifth Season "Empire Business", Breaking Bad The Fifth Season - "How Much Is Enough? The mobile lab yields less meth per cook than they were making for Gus, but they each receive a larger cut. Walt and Jesse restrain Krazy-8 in Jesse's basement with a bike lock. Walt tips off Mike and later meets him to hand off a "burn bag" of cash, a gun, and a passport. Walt rushes to Saul and gets the number of a man who'll help him and his family "disappear"; he tells Saul to tip off the DEA about a hit on Hank.
Jesse confronts Walt about his share of the payment, but Walt refuses to disburse the funds until Jesse can prove his sobriety. He then asks Walt Jr. if Louis Corbett still lives at the same address, so Walt can drop off his money there and have Walt Jr. pick it up. Walt and Jesse cook a large quantity of meth ("4 Days Out"). Walt sells his Aztek to a mechanic for $50 and leases himself a new 2012 Chrysler 300 SRT-8, with Jr. getting another Dodge Challenger. The next morning, on Walt's 51st birthday, Skyler reluctantly makes a "51" with bacon on Walt's breakfast. Tuco drops his rifle, and Walt picks it up, hoping to get a shot in, but, gun inexperience aside, he cannot fire without risking hitting Jesse. Jesse's relationship with Jane continues to grow, but he is taken aback when her father drops in to see her and she doesn't introduce him as her boyfriend ("Over"). Skyler, realizing that Walt was deliberately giving her an alibi, simply tells him that she is sorry. Having a presumed change of heart thanks to this revelation, Walt paid Jesse a visit and gave him two duffle bags of cash. Walt later follows Mike to a bar, tells Mike that he might be in danger as well, then asks Mike to get him in a room with Gus and Walt will "do the rest". In one report, Walt's poisoning of Lydia is also mentioned, with her now hospitalized and not expected to survive. Gus walks back to his car in the garage, while Walt watches from a nearby rooftop through binoculars, ready to detonate the explosives. Later, Walt meets Jesse at the hospital parking garage, and Jesse tells him Brock's going to pull through and was poisoned by a Lily of the Valley plant, not ricin. Last
At the last minute, though, Jack Welker and his gang appeared, Walt having just minutes before called them to come save him from Jesse, who Walt had thought was alone and about to kill him. Walt decides to pay Hank a visit, Hank locks them inside the garage and punches Walt, accusing him of being Heisenberg, Walt swears to God that he is innocent and also reveals that his cancer is back and he will be dead soon anyway. Walt doesn't take to this decision kindly at first, but reluctantly accepts it ("Hazard Pay").
In the morning, Walt heads towards the property gate and leaves the reservation, walking along the snow-covered road to the nearest town. Operating out of an RV in the desert, Walt uses his chemistry knowledge to cook remarkably pure and potent methamphetamine ("Pilot"). Date of birth Andrea calls Jesse to the hospital because her son Brock is in critical condition with a mysterious flu-like illness. Realizing that Krazy-8 intends to kill him the second he sets him free, Walt reluctantly decides that he has no choice but to kill him, which he does by pulling back on the bike lock around his neck holding him in place until he chokes to death. First When Hank suggests to an intoxicated Walt that Gale was a genius, Walt's pride gets the better of him and he tells Hank that he believes Gale more likely copied another's work. He goes to his dad's place, and Walt, recovering from his fight, lies about his injuries, saying they came about because he was gambling again. Ordering Todd to bring Jesse in order to show Walt exactly what has become of him, Walt picks up his car keys while they wait. September 7, 2010 Following an attempt by Walt to initiate an affair with Carmen Molina, he is suspended indefinitely with pay, and refuses to leave the house despite Skyler's affair. Even Skyler, who deceived Marie by telling Walter's money came from gambling, said that her talent of lying had come from "the best", referencing Walt. He searches everywhere, and grows suspicious that Hank may have found the book earlier on when he used the bathroom during the family lunch. Walt eventually transforms fully into his Heisenberg drug kingpin persona, which makes him confident, strong, authoritative, patient, manipulative, and cruel. Walt meets with Uncle Jack and his gang at their headquarters and discusses the hit, Walt tells them he wants it done painless and fast. Walt decides the time has come to expand their territory and put Jesse's new reputation to good use. Rose then asserts that the blue methamphetamine is still circulating in the southwestern United States and even in Europe, which implies that Walt is still active in the meth business. At home, his sex life appears to be passionless; Skyler seems more involved in selling their household items on eBay than sharing an intimate moment in the bedroom, and Walt has trouble getting "inspired" in any case. ", Hank Punches Walter Breaking Bad S05E09 "Blood Money", Walter and Jesse Desert Scene - Breaking Bad S05E11 - Full HD, Breaking Bad Granite State Ending Final Scene HD, Breaking Bad Felina - I Did It For Me.
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Gus then suddenly slits Victor's throat with a box cutter, changes back to his work clothes, and tells Walt and Jesse to get back to work, then leaves.
Walt goes to Gus' home, presumably to kill him, but receives a call from Mike telling him to go home. He later tells Skyler that this worked, but frantically returns a short time later upon learning from Saul that Jesse now knows that it was he who poisoned Brock. As Walt begins to write checks for Hank's medical bills, Skyler decides to become involved in the money laundering side of things, meeting with Walt and Saul and asserting her own demands. Jesse isn't a very effective enforcer, however, and soon finds himself in over his head. As Walt rambles, Jesse picks up the gun and accuses Walt of poisoning Brock; Walt pleads for his life and tells him Gus must be behind the poisoning. Skyler still won't let him set foot in the house and Walt Jr. in particular is having trouble understanding how his mother can treat him this way. 1993
While initially heavily reluctant to use violence, Walt gradually came to see it as a necessity, and eventually developed into a ruthless drug lord motivated largely by vanity, ego, and greed. Gus says he'll now take care of Hank and, if Walt interferes, his family will die.
Walt watches in horror as Hank fearlessly tells Jack to go on with the execution, before Jack shoots Hank in the head, killing him. Ed then tells Walt that he will return monthly with groceries and supplies in exchange for $10,000. The two fight and Jesse gets the upper hand, punching Walt repeatedly in the face, then telling him to leave and never come back ("Bug"). Walt either left or lost his position at Sandia Laboratories and he eventually went on to become a chemistry teacher at J. P. Wynne High School where his son, Walt Jr., also attended as a student. When Walt gets home and goes down into the crawl space, he finds there's not enough money for disappearing; Skyler tells a frenzied Walt that she gave it to Ted. Meanwhile, Skyler urges Ted to pay the IRS with the money she gave him, but he refuses ("Salud"). Walt confronts Tuco with the demand for up-front payment, using the pseudonym "Heisenberg". He doesn't want to be the bad guy and refuses to get into drug manufacturing again. At one point he even calculates an exact figure of how much money he needs to make in order to provide the essentials for his family over the next 20 years ($737,000), and then he'd quit selling drugs once he reaches that number. He wants to conquer, dominate, to bend the world to his will, and enrich himself without limit for the sake of obtaining power, everyone else be damned. The police officers instruct Skyler to tell Walt that nobody is listening. They deliver the promised amount of meth to Tuco, but during the transaction, Tuco's associate No-Doze makes a seemingly innocuous comment, prompting Tuco to beat him until he is bloody and unconscious ("A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal"). Skyler demands to know how Walt escaped Hank's grasp and concludes that Walt had killed him. Before Jack killed Hank, Walt begged and bargained for Hank's life with his entire $80,000,000 fortune and was utterly broken when Jack fired the shot. At the dinner, Hank tells Walt to fess up and admit to all of his wrongdoing, to which Walt responds by handing him a DVD before departing. Walt hands Skyler a lottery ticket with the GPS coordinates to where Hank and Steven's bodies are located and reveals that the men who took their money from there are the same men who murdered them. Date of death Walt begins to suspect this, and has Jesse lie in wait near Gale's apartment with a gun. All of Albuquerque is in shock in the aftermath of the mid-air plane collision.
Appearances in Better Call Saul The door is blown off of the room and Gus walks out into the hall and straightens his tie - the entire right side of his face having been blown off - before dropping dead ("Face Off").
Walt leaves moments later after scaring them sufficiently and gets in the car with Badger and Skinny Pete. Even before his diagnosis, Walt felt like a failure, unable to adequately provide for his family and fulfill the role expected of him by American society.
Walt's descent into the criminal underworld unearthed immense levels of deeply repressed ambition, rage, resentment, vanity, and an increasing ruthlessness. Jesse is also not providing product to his dealers, so Walt arranges to deliver it. Mike assures Walt that Jesse is safe, and he takes Jesse with him while he collects drug money for Gus. Soon they find one of the barrels full of money, and all the other white supremacist gang members help Kenny dig up the $80 million, before two men return after failing to find Jesse. Shortly after, Jane begins to overdose, and, though he is standing right by her and perfectly capable of saving her, Walt, tear-stricken, decides against doing so, realizing that if he allows her to live, she and Jesse will only continue to destroy their own lives ("Phoenix"). Walt stops himself and mutters "tomorrow.". The police arrive moments after, discovering Walt's dead body laying on the floor, ironically, in the same place where he most and last felt alive: a chemistry lab. Meanwhile, Gus calls the cartel, giving in to their demands; Gus invites Jesse over for dinner and asks him if he can cook Walt's formula.
When Walt wakes with a hangover, Skyler tells him she thinks his scoffing off the Gale-is-Heisenberg theory to Hank was a self-sabotaging "cry for help." A short time later, Walt returns to the White family residence, which has become unoccupied and vandalized to the point of being ruined, with graffiti all over the walls. The money Walt gave Skinny Pete and Badger for helping him deceive Gretchen and Elliot is given to Jesse to help him evade the cops and eventually enlist Ed Galbraith's aid to move to Alaska.