- Did Jesse forgive Walt?
- Why is Walt obsessed with Jesse?
- How many people did Walter White kill?
- Would Gus have killed Jesse?
- Why did Gus kill his henchmen?
- Did Gus always kill Walt?
- Why did Walt sell his car for 50 bucks?
- Does Walt kill Mike?
- WHO warned Hank about the twins?
- Why does Walter hate Gale?
- How did Gus not see the bomb?
- Why did Walt keep the eyeball?
- Why did Jesse save Gus?
- Why didn’t Gus get in his car?
- Is Gus Fring’s death realistic?
- Did Gale have a crush on Walt?
- Why does Marie Schrader always wear purple?
- Is Gus Fring a psychopath?
Did Jesse forgive Walt?
Serious spoiler about last episode: Jesse will never forgive Walt.
He is so disillusioned with Walt in the end that he even refuses to finish Walt off because he knows that’s what Walt wants and Jesse is NOT going to do what Walt wants ever again.
Jesse never did..
Why is Walt obsessed with Jesse?
8 Answers. Walt keeps bumping into Jesse for several reasons throughout the show : When Walt needs a partner who can cook with him and help him make money (Season 1 & 2) When Walt wants to make sure that his identity remains confidential.
How many people did Walter White kill?
Breaking Bad & El CaminoCharacterMurders committed byKill CountWalter WhiteEmilio Koyama Krazy-8 Rival Dealers Two of Gus’ henchmen Mike Ehrmantraut Lester Frankie Matt Kenny Two unnamed white supremacist gang members Jack Welker Lydia Rodarte-Quayle Himself2016 more rows
Would Gus have killed Jesse?
4 Answers. We know that Gus did intend to replace Walter at some stage, as he knew Walter was going to die. Gus already had a dislike of Jessie and, if it wasn’t for Walter, Gus would have killed Jessie; though he also knew Walter wouldn’t work for him if he did it whilst he was alive.
Why did Gus kill his henchmen?
In Breaking Bad season 5, Victor’s death was mentioned by Walt while talking to Jesse. He stated that Gus killed Victor because he “flew too close to the sun” and that greediness caught the attention of Gus. In the end, Gus probably should have put more thought into taking Walt and Jesse out of the equation.
Did Gus always kill Walt?
Judging by the series as a whole, Gus only intended death for Walt after he ran over his dealers, breaking the peace to save Jesse’s life, who was still considered a lowly junkie by Gus.
Why did Walt sell his car for 50 bucks?
A life where he was afraid of people like Gus and Tuco. But no more he considers himself in danger, and rather considers himself the danger. Thus, him selling his car for such a ridiculous amount is the action of kicking away his old lifestyle and buying himself a new one (the Chrysler 300).
Does Walt kill Mike?
The murder of Mike, the grandfatherly fixer who reluctantly helped Walt set up his nascent drug empire, is a study in contradictions. It’s Walt’s single nastiest, most vindictive, most pointless kill – he shoots Mike in the gut because the man pissed him off, pretty much.
WHO warned Hank about the twins?
Gus FringGus Fring tipped Hank off. Even though he did send the brothers to attack Hank in the first place, he warned Hank so that he would be aware of what’s going on and proceed to kill them, thus wrapping up a loose end.
Why does Walter hate Gale?
Gale was bright,but too bright. He would eventually replace Walt so he got rid of him. The second time, Walt had Gale killed because it had actually come down to that. Gale would eventually replace Walt because Gus felt it was no longer viable to keep Walt around.
How did Gus not see the bomb?
Tyrus swept the room and checked everything out before Gus went in. Walter presumably put the bomb on after Tyrus checked the room. Gus trusted Tyrus’s assessment, and therefore had no reason to look down at Hector’s chair. On top of that, Gus was distracted by his intense desire for revenge.
Why did Walt keep the eyeball?
Television critic Myles McNutt has called it “a reminder for Walt – a symbol of the damage he feels responsible for.” But when Gilligan was asked about it, he said “the teddy bear eyeball that Walt found in his swimming pool is symbolic. It’s very, very symbolic.
Why did Jesse save Gus?
Jesse’s instability was a reflection of Walt’s instability. Gus, also a victim of Walt’s contagious disease of chaos, understood this. Jesse “saved the stash” in a setup by Gus to test his loyalty. 3) Remember, in order for the “steal Jesse” strategy to work, Gus doesn’t have to turn Jesse against Walt.
Why didn’t Gus get in his car?
So he walked away.” Basically Gus wasn’t sure if his car had been rigged to blow, but he knew if he was trying to kill someone it would have been a perfect way of achieving this. He is clearly very good at reading situations and this lead to him being so successful in such a dangerous industry.
Is Gus Fring’s death realistic?
It was not realistic at all. He should have passed out as a result of the blast shock wave.
Did Gale have a crush on Walt?
No. There is nothing to suggest that Gale felt anything beyond fawning admiration. There’s no doubt that the creative team behind BB could have made it unambiguous that Gale was in love with Walt. But they didn’t.
Why does Marie Schrader always wear purple?
Purple. Symbolism: Luxury, royalty, protection, safety, not involved with the meth trade (purple is the polar opposite of yellow after all), and most importantly, self-deception. Vince Gilligan in an interview with Vulture said, “Well, Marie would say purple is the color of royalty”, meaning it isn’t.
Is Gus Fring a psychopath?
Gus was basically a psychopath.. As bad as Walt was, he would never kill a child. Gus has both killed a child and threatened to kill two others.