As he waits for them, however, he sees Gretchen and Elliott on Charlie Rose dismissing his contributions to Gray Matter, and he is determined to return to Albuquerque to put things right.
Walt secretly refuses the money, using his drug earnings to pay for treatment. Walt makes arrangements with Jack and his men to kill Jesse, in exchange for promising to help teach Todd how to cook meth.
Jack's men take all but one barrel of Walt's money and abduct Jesse; as Jesse is taken away, Walt spitefully tells him that he watched Jane die.
They buy the car wash where Walter had recently moonlighted.
When Gilligan left much of Walter's past unexplained during the development of the series, the actor wrote his own back story for the character.
He was a genius; he was meant to be a millionaire, not this castrated cross between stepping stone and doormat. After Brock recovers, Jesse says that the boy had likely been poisoned by accidentally eating Lily of the Valley berries, and Gus was not responsible; Walt responds that killing Gus was still the right thing to do.
He is very protective of children: The comics often feature the character Jesse Pinkman using the word "bitch" at the end of each sentence. After the deaths of Hank and Steve Gomez, Todd convinces Jack to leave Walt one of the seven barrels of cash Walt had hidden, out of respect and sympathy.
Walt hires unscrupulous criminal attorney Saul Goodman Bob Odenkirk to cover his involvement in the drug trade and launder his drug money. He's well on his way to badass. He has twice shown no reaction to sources of electromagnetic radiation that were nearby but whose presence he was unaware of, suggesting that he suffers from a mental illness rather than the physical condition he claims.
She tries to take Holly with her, but Hank commands her to return the baby. Gilligan said the character had to be simultaneously loathsome and sympathetic, and that "Bryan alone was the only actor who could do that, who could pull off that trick.
Although the endgame of Breaking Bad was largely met by positive responses, many of them praising how it handled the tying of the loose ends, some fans immediately began fixating on the fate of Saul Goodman's bodyguard Huelle Babineaux, who was last seen getting coaxed into staying at a DEA safehouse in the thirteenth episode "To'hajiilee.
Walt's descent, Macbeth -like,  into the criminal underworld unearths immense levels of deeply repressed ambition, rage, resentment, vanity, and an increasing ruthlessness which alienates him from his family and colleagues.
Walt eventually forces Hank to remain silent by crafting a fake confessional videotape in which he states that Hank is Heisenberg. Walt's anesthesia-induced references to a "second cell phone" — the one he uses to deal drugs — makes Skyler suspicious, leading her to uncover many of his lies and leave with their children.
After arranging for his family's safety under the DEA, Walt resolves to kill Gus, but finds that the kingpin is too well protected. Walt then finds that he has been mortally wounded by a bullet from the machine gun.
The second season is scheduled to begin in the summer of The next day, Walt faints at the car wash and is taken to a hospital; there, he is told he has inoperable lung cancer and will likely die in two years.
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