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At the time, Walt wanted Jesse to drop charges against Hank, after Skyler had asked him to spare the family the pain of the pending charges. Initially, Jesse refuses the offer to join the "partnership", but moments later, Jesse calls Walt from his hospital bed agreeing to join the partnership. Also remember that during the time that Walt was excluding ...


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The prior answers are good, but I wanted to point out a couple of other things. First, as one of the answers noted, the "grill" was not a trophy sought by Hank, but rather something that was given to him by his colleagues. Second, it seemed to me that Tuco was actually killed by the gunshot Tuco suffered during the strugggle with Jesse, fired by Jesse from ...


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Apart from Saul's real name, that he reveals to Walt in his very first episode of Breaking Bad we know literally nothing about his past, so it's quite obvious that Chuck isn't mentioned. There is also no Breaking Bad episode reference in the Chuck's page on Breaking Bad Wiki.


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I think Walt knows that he is valuable enough to Gus until the point where Gus can replace him. And Walt also knows that once Gale masters the cook that Walt and Jesse produce, Walt is no longer useful. Walt also knows that Jesse won't give him up, and that while Jesse is a good cook, he's not on par with Walt. This makes it almost a no-brainer for Walt ...


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Gale is a really talented chemist. If Walt teaches Gale how to cook, Gus won't need Walt. Jesse is a good cook, but he doesn't understand the science behind it the way Walt and Gale do, so he's not the same kind of threat.


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To quote series creator Vince Gilligan: We had this instinct that it would be helpful to have something distinctive about Walt’s product. And we figured it should be nice and clear and not cloudy that a proper product would be. We thought yellow would be a terrible choice because it would remind people of urine, and we figured green would be an odd ...


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Walt's meth is said to be the purest of them all, ~99.1% pure. Gale goes on to guarantee Gus a purity of 96 percent for his own product. Walt’s sample was 99 percent pure and “maybe even a touch beyond that." Its also called as "Blue Sky". And in Judaism blue is called as “pavement of sapphire, like the very sky for purity." So it looked to me a homage to ...


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I think, he will get the whole story told by Skyler after the show had ended. When Walt visited Skyler in the last episode, he was watched by the police, etc., and he had to fight against Jack and his men! Walt cannot risk at that point to be found. Walt Jr. has proven himself to be non trustful to keep a secret this big. In order to convince him about the ...



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