It’s an evil trick that works. The truth is that Walt did poison Brock — just not with
. Instead, he used a Lily of the Valley plant which was growing in his backyard. The effects of ingesting the flower mimicked the ricin that Jesse assumed Brock had eaten.
At around the 48-minute mark of the episode, we see Jesse is standing on that very creepy corner with the blocks that look like tombstones, waiting for Saul Goodmans vacuum cleaner guy to “disappear” him.
This morning in Breaking Bad Land there seems to be much flat-out confusion about what happened at the end of last nights episode 511.Which is totally understandable. Because much of the crucial action of the back story concerning Jesses revelation about Walter poisoning Brock takes place off camera at the end of season four. Heres a step by step explanation of what happened in 511, and the Season 4 events leading up to it.
The very last shot of Episode 413 and indeed the last shot of the season shows the Lily of the Valley Plant in Walters yard, revealing to us that Walter had, indeed, poisoned Brock
Yes, that was the plan. Jesse had it perfectly right down to the last detail, but Walt convinces him–and us–that he couldnt have done it. “Jesse,” Walt argues. “Why would I poison a child?”
“The way we worked it out, [Walt] had just enough time to do it but it would have been very tricky indeed. It was improbable perhaps, but not impossible,” said Gilligan about the missing backstory. “But he was a very motivated individual at that point.”
How did Walt get the poison to Brock?
Its an evil trick that works. The truth is that Walt did poison Brock — just not with ricin. Instead, he used a Lily of the Valley plant which was growing in his backyard. The effects of ingesting the flower mimicked the ricin that Jesse assumed Brock had eaten.
What does Jesse do when he find out Walt poisoned Brock?
Jesse figuring out Walt poisoned Brock | Fandom. For me Jesse figuring out that Walt had gotten Saul to steal the Ricin from him so that he would think Gus had stolen it to poison Brock from noticing his weed was no longer in his pocket was really pushing the limits of believability for me.
Walt Jesse later finds out that Saul had Huell steal the ricin cigarette from his pocket, and that Walt was indeed responsible for Brocks poisoning.
In 2016, Vince Gilligan finally revealed the true reason for why Walter left Gray Matter. He revealed that Walt left Gretchen and Gray Matter because he felt inferior to her and her wealthy family, thus confirming that his ego and pride were the reasons why.
Did Walt give Brock poison?
How did Jesse find out Walt poisoned Brock?
Did Walter or Gus poison Brock?
Does Brock know that Walter poisoned him?