He agrees to pay Walt the $50,000, and tells him that his meth sold faster than any other product he had ever seen. Walt agrees to sell his next batch to Tuco, provided that payment is made upfront and that Tuco agrees to accept at least two pounds.
Walter White may be fictional. But the $80 million profit he turned by selling meth in less than a year is a very realistic sum for a true-life drug kingpin.
Tuco agrees to the payment as well as agreeing to a purchase for the next week, offering Walter $35,000 for the next pound of meth. Walt demands instead that Tuco buys two pounds of meth a week for $70,000. An incredulous Tuco agrees. Once back in his car, Walt exhibits an intense rush from what he has just done.
Ok, so initially, Walt needed $737,000. After working on his own and then with Gus, how much money did he have? There was a vague estimate of his NET earnings in 'Gliding Over All' but that was about it.
He ended up leaving them 9+ Million, I think he was happy with that. Maybe towards the end he was doing it for himself, but at the beginning it was mostly for the money and possibly a little for the thrill.
Walter White may be fictional. But the $80 million profit he turned by selling meth in less than a year is a very realistic sum for a true-life drug kingpin. It's not until the last season of Breaking Bad that viewers learn just how much cash their favorite meth-making anti-hero has accumulated by cooking crank.
Gus is pleased with the quality of Walt's blue meth and offers him $3 million for three months of his time to cook more in a high-tech "superlab" hidden under an industrial laundry that Gus owns. Walt initially refuses, but Gus eventually convinces Walt that he should cook for his family's financial security.
It belonged to a man scared of Gus Fring, scared of Tuco Salamanca, scared of chemotherapy, scared of cholesterol. So, after taking a long look at his porkpie, he sells the car to the mechanic for fifty bucks — a dollar for each year of his previous life.
Walter White's Million Dollar Barrels
The last barrel they left in Walter White's possession in Breaking Bad was almost 11 Million Dollars.
upon receiving the $9.7 million in cash. Gifts are never subject to income tax to the recipient under Section 102, and from a gift tax perspective, it is generally the donor who bears the tax consequences. Elliot and Gretchen, upon establishing the trust for Walter Jr., would be required to pay any gift tax.
However, it is this silence that stops the characters from working as compelling antagonists. Leonel and Marco are introduced after the death of their cousin, Tuco Salamanca, at the hands of DEA Agent Hank Schrader.
Tuco Salamanca is a high-ranking distributor and drug kingpin from the Cartel. A member of the Salamanca family, Tuco is the grandson of Abuelita and the nephew of Hector. Tuco also has four cousins who are involved in criminal activities: Lalo, Marco, Leonel, and Joaquin.
Tuco eventually descended into a life of severe drug abuse and, over time, gradually became mentally unstable whenever high on meth.
For eagle-eye viewers, AMC discreetly revealed just how much money Walt has earned in a behind-the-scenes video showing the making of season 5, episode 10. The about section for the video reads: "Welcome back to Tohajiilee! The cast and crew of Breaking Bad shows you how to bury 80 million dollars in the desert."
Actor RJ Mitte rose to fame at the age of 14 when he was cast as Walter White Jr in cult series Breaking Bad. He has cerebral palsy and was bullied when he was younger because of his disability.
Mama worries about the development of her children, particularly of Walter as his father's son, and the future of their family. Lena gives Walter the remaining $6,500 to show her faith in him. Lena looks for strength after Walter loses all of the money. Lena stands up for Walter when Beneatha criticizes his manliness.
U-Store-It is a self-storage facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. One of its units was rented by Skyler White to store the ~$80 million fortune earned by her husband, Walter, from manufacturing and selling methamphetamine.
White accepts a $43,000 a year job teaching high school science in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Forlorn by his jaded students, he longs for the glory days when his research contributed to a Nobel Prize in proton radiography (though he resents that, unlike his fellow researchers, he never became rich.)
After Breaking Bad
In an interview, show creator Vince Gilligan confirmed that Walter Jr. eventually received his father's drug money through Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz, which he had arranged beforehand.
Feeling guilty after the air crash that ended season two, Walt hastily begins to burn his money on the barbecue. When he changes his mind, he literally sets himself on fire before dumping himself and the money into the pool.
The Aztek – one of the most boring cars ever made was one of the first vehicles established right in the pilot episode of Breaking Bad – much before the birth of 'Heisenberg'. It was chosen to depict the 'baby boomer', lame and pathetic side of Walter White. The Pontiac Aztek stood up as a beacon of failed dreams.
In “Buried,” Walter White has his money stuffed into barrels that he then drives out into the middle of the desert, using a GPS tracker to pinpoint their secret location as +34° 59′ 20.00″, -106° 36′ 52”, right next to the little bush.
During Ted's interview with the IRS, Skyler shows up as an incompetent airhead who was hired for her looks only and fools the IRS agent into dropping charges if Ted manages to pay up to $600,000 in back taxes. Skyler launders the money to Ted by having Saul claim his Great Aunt in Luxembourg left it to him in her will.
Jesse had absolutely nothing by the end. Walt aquired the $80 million during his stint with the Czech Republic after Jesse left the business and therefore Jesse earned nothing after Walt delivered the $5 million to his doorstep.