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Hank … knew in advance that the door has bullet holes covered with duct tape. I vaguely remember thinking: Looks like a bullet pattern from when a gun was fired from immediately outside or inside the door - probably inside given the height of the pieces of tape. Hank could plainly see that the tape was there. Given the pattern of pieces of ...


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Expanding the list in bizentass's comment (started as a comment of my own but then it got long): Walt first used the name Heisenberg when he met Tuco. A few members of Tuco's gang were there to hear it. Badger and Skinny Pete know. Combo knew. Badger's cousin Clovis (the guy who ran the junkyard where they stashed the RV for a while - remember Walt ran up ...


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It's just a rhyme (A1A->A1-Day). It's the car wash's motto and it's supposed to be catchy. It's for the same reason you'd hear slogans like Do the Dew and not Do the Mountain Dew etc. They're far less catchy, and it's supposed to stick in your mind and be friendly.


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Walter had introduced himself as Heisenberg to a number of drug dealers right from the first season. After Gustavo Fring's murder, his notoriety would have soared. Declane might have had trouble putting a face to Heisenberg but the product, Walter's speech and Mike's nod would have made things clear for him.


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It's pure ego. This has always been Walt's greatest sin: his pride and ego. Mike calls him out on it: Mike Ehrmantraut: We had a good thing, you stupid son of a bitch! We had Fring. We had a lab. We had everything we needed, and it all ran like clockwork. You could've shut your mouth, cooked and made as much money as you ever needed. It was perfect. But, ...


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I see the grill as a literary device which highlights the basic incompatibility between Hank and his wife. In a prior episode she steals the silver tiara, with no guilt, and gives it away as a gift. The tiara is a tiny silver semi circle, similar to Tuco's gold semi circular grill. In Hanks case however he is the recipient of this gift which eventually ...


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Jesse got the poison online. He says so to Wendy himself in Half Measures: I found this stuff on the internet. Takes days to kick in. Just keep quiet and this won't ever come back to you. Since he has no reason to lie to her, really, and the type of poison is not elaborated on, we can surmise that this is a slow-acting poison that might be untraceable. ...


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According to the wiki, Walt prepares the Ricin twice. This answer explains that the Ricin wasn't used by Jesse as it's still in play. There is speculation that the ricin was bought on the internet - or that it wasn't Ricin at all. Brock later gets poisoned by Lily of the Valley which the hospital cannot detect. Conclusion is that Jesse didn't use Ricin ...


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Because the fact that his own family member was doing all of this right under his nose would be enough to discredit him and his position as a member of law enforcement. No one would take him seriously, his name would come up in any searches related to the matter, and he'd likely never be able to find steady employment again or could face jail time himself. ...


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I think it's really simple - there is no way Gus Fring would ever let something like that get to the police. Do you think he would arrange a meeting with the Cartel immediately if there was any chance of the police snooping around? In his empire, everything was organised, cut and clean. A fantastic businessman, you have to agree. Another thing to consider - ...


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When the truck was attacked, the men killed the guards of the meth and stole it from them. Gus, being a kingpin on the meth, probably had specific times that the men needed to deliver the meth. The fact that the truck never showed up on time, made him the first to know about it, and since it was on a discreet route through the desert, it probably would have ...



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