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It would have been a lot easier to get Brock to ingest the pleasant looking berries as apposed to somehow getting the ricin into his food. This coupled with the fact that the Ricin would take a little time to kick in and therefore may not have had the desired affects in time to spur Jesse into his reactions means that this was the better option for Walt in ...


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Walter has used Ricin before so if he uses it again then Jesse blames Walt without thinking this far, so he used one he didn't use before and that is commonly available.


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Ricin would have definitely killed Broch and this was not what Walt wanted. So he used a milder stuff just to get the kid ill and then plant suspicion in Jessie's mind. It was not necessary to use Ricin or anything else in particular. I remember the conversation between Jessie and Walt, where Walt says that "think Jessie ! Who do we know, who is known to use ...


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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. Also Lily of the Valley has less of a chance of killing the kid so Walt could get Jesse on his side and against Gus without killing the kid ...


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From Ozymandias subtitles.. Jack: (to Walt) Hey. I'm leaving you a barrel. Boys are gonna load it for you. (to his men) You got the keys to these cuffs? (HANDCUFFS RATTLE as Todd unlocks them, Walt gets to his feet) Todd: I'm sorry for your loss. Jack: My nephew here, he respects you. He would never forgive me if things...went another way. ...


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This was because the Final Season was in effect split over 2 years. Take a look at the Wiki page showing the release dates for the episodes. Whereas most seasons started in July and finished in October in the same year, the fifth season started in July 2012, finished at episode 8 in September 2012, then took a year break and came back in August 2013 before ...


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TLDR: Charge: Likely bribery, possession of stolen money? Evidence: He was caught pretty red-handed Full Answer: The safety deposit boxes belonged to all of Mike's crew. When the heat was turned up and many of them were arrested, they needed to be hushed. As a result, they were each given $15,000 (into the nine safety deposit boxes), with a bigger sum ...


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There is no exact story behind how Mike found Walt. We can make hunches about how Mike could have tracked Walt. Saul knew what this guy looked like. Saul knew that this guy had some health issue (remember Walt's coughing). He would have passed on this information to Mike and Mike being an ex cop must have been faimiliar with these kind of investigations. We ...


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So I'd say from reading those two things id say the teddy near represents Walt before he dips his toe in the business and afterwards is burnt in his pool and he holds onto the eye because he regrets the one decision that led to this accident which was originally supposed to symbolize the eye of god, watching him when he was making this decision, and he ...


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The base from this argentinian song


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There are quite a few themes that run throughout the series, including: sin the importance of family power and its corrupting influence envy and regret Ultimately, you are asking a massive question, so I'll try and explain my interpretations of the themes one by one. Before I do, I'm assuming you've watched this whole show and thus this answer will be ...


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I don't think he lied to Skyler. He was right, he did it for himself. I understood Walt's character as someone who could not achieve what he deserved for a long time in his life. Walt reveals this frustration to a psychologist during season 2 when he is lost and found and recovering in a hospital. I somewhat remember his dialogue. He says to the psychologist ...


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Walt was absolutely not lying. Throughout the show he's had many times where he could have backed out of the business, but kept going because he likes it. He has a huge ego, and for the first time he's respected (Jesse actually sees the art in what he does, which is something he is unable to show his students in his chemistry class who could care less about ...


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I was watching the series again the other day and noticed that Skyler removed a key from inside that wheel arch. It was the morning after Victor abducts Walt to take him to Fring's meth lab to kill him (much later than when Walt worked with/was abducted by Tuco, obviously). I think it is just that key that Hank is looking for.1 In fact, I just watched it ...


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This scene was playing on the many negative behaviours of a meth addict. Many users of meth experience increased paranoia, energy, a greater sense of alertness and very unpredictable behaviour. Jesse, knowing a lot about meth, plays on this by creating a scene with the shovel and pretending he's looking for something. The paranoid, curious Tucker can't ...



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