Later on, Walt himself admitted to
Off camera, Walt crushes up some of the poison from the Lily of the Valley plant and injects it into a juice box. Also off camera, Walt delivers the juice box to Brock's school. (Having seen Brock the day before at Jesse and Andrea's place.)
In the season 5 episode Confessions Jesse realises that Saul and Huell took his ricin cigerette on the orders of Walt (Jesse finds this out by threatening them with a gun) which causes him to also realise that Walter was behind the whole false story of Gus poisoning Brock when it had been him all along.
Jesse later finds out that Saul had Huell steal the ricin cigarette from his pocket, and that Walt was indeed responsible for Brock's poisoning.
So Walt makes up a dummy ricin cigarette, using salt instead of ricin. He hides the real vial of ricin behind an electrical socket in his bedroom. He then plants the fake cig in Jesse's Roomba as they are tearing the place apart.
Ricin poisoning can cause death, but it isn't always fatal. Symptoms depend on the amount of ricin, and how a person is exposed to it: Ricin in food or water can cause very severe “food poisoning” symptoms – including vomiting and bloody diarrhea. It also affects the liver and kidneys.
And so the writers' room is softening Jesse as it hardens Walt. The duo's search for the ricin cigarette is Exhibit A. Walt is playing Jesse: We see him make a fake cigarette out of salt. He plants it so Jesse can find it and reassure himself that he didn't accidentally poison Brock.
Did Jesse forgive and still love Walt at the end? Nope. Walt absolutely destroyed Jesse's life. He did unforgivable things to Jesse, such as letting his girlfriend die and poisoning his other girlfriend's son just to manipulate Jesse.
But he also knew that the risk of Brock dying was real, especially if he was not diagnosed in time. Moreover, it is Jesse who immediately directs the doctors towards a poisoning. Perhaps without this, the diagnosis would have been too late.
Off camera, Walt crushes up some of the poison from the Lily of the Valley plant and injects it into a juice box. Also off camera, Walt delivers the juice box to Brock's school. ...
Many thoughts of grief may have flooded Walt's mind after Hank was killed in Breaking Bad, but the reason why Walt tells Jesse the truth about Jane's death is indicative of his true nature. Walt's evolution to becoming Heisenberg was created out of a series of events of desperation and tragedy.
Acquired Poison Immunity: Beforehand, Gus took an antidote and later activated his gag reflex to avoid the effects of the poisoned drink.
No. From the moment Walt had him dragged out from under that car in the desert, Jesse never forgave his former partner. From that moment on, Jesse felt nothing but hatred and resentment towards him.
Saul definitely knows that Walt poisoned Brock. In 501 "Live Free Or Die," Saul tries to end his business relationship with Walt, noting that he didn't know the kid (Brock) was gonna end up in the hospital.
Walt had a host of reasons to get rid of Lydia - she was a threat to his family, which he was no longer able to protect (and she's already shown she has no qualms getting rid of people, regardless of the size of the threat); she was both the distributer of the blue meth and a potential supplier of methylamine; she was ...
Jesse didn't knew if Walt killed Mike or not, but he had suspicious because of one reason: Mike was totally against the idea of killing his guys in prison, after Mike's "depart", Walt killed them anyway.
As a loving father of a son, Walt without doubt hates himself for involving/using kid in his "war". But that's just it, he doesn't feel sorry for doing it at all, mostly because from his perspective his confidence/ego (about poison dosage) is so high that he doesn't feel like he put that kids life in danger at all.
It's revealed in Season 5 that Ted ended up hospitalized with severe neck trauma. He has to keep his head in a huge protective brace and his head was completely shaved.
Who takes care of Brock after Andrea dies? Turns out, Andrea's mom had recently died of a heart attack, so Jesse formally adopted Brock. The duo now lives in Phoenix, where Jesse has his own carpentry business. He spends his days making perfect boxes and so much more.
Why did Hank turn on Walter so quickly (Breaking Bad)? Hank was mostly hurt and angry that his brother-in-law was the biggest meth dealer in America. That sense of betrayal really bothered him as he tearfully and angrily scolds Walt in the garage when he finally realizes that Heisenberg was Walter.
Jesse didnt care about Walt going to jail, he knew any prison sentence would be meaningless anyways since Walt was going to die shortly regardless. He wanted to take Walts money from him, which was the only thing that Walt cared about and the only thing that could possibly hurt him.
Hysteria. He was beaten and tortured, forced into slave labor stinking like a rotten pig. He thought he would never get out and resigned himself to his fate. So when he realizes he is free, it is an insane euphoric feeling, full blown mania.
He follows each of their instructions until Hank finally handcuffs him and reads him his rights. Walt sees Jesse and calls him a "coward", to which he responds by spitting in his face; the two try to fight but are separated by the agents.
Jesse was actively putting Walt and his family in danger by pouring all the gasoline in their house. And when Walt found out Jesse was working with Hank he felt betrayed and so he spit on him and told him he watched Jane die to make Jesse feel betrayed.