Joshua Axlrod Sisk 
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Re: “How Breaking Bad redeemed its worst mistakes

If you some how missed my point, my point is that Jesse didn't just all of a sudden come to the conclusion that walt poisoned Brock When his weed was gone. He had been plagued with those thoughts, thinking about them over and over in his head long before that happened. that happening only confirmed without a doubt his suspicions of it along.

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Posted by Joshua Axlrod Sisk on 09/30/2015 at 11:31 PM

Re: “How Breaking Bad redeemed its worst mistakes

For 1, I think the writer of this article is way off.. The plane crash and everything that lead up to it was because of everything that Walt did causing a butterfly effect. That's the point of it all, the reason for the little clues at the beginning of the season like the teddy floating in the pool, the body bags in walt drive way, etc. It wasnt something that they had to scramble to make up a way for those things to be relevant later on, it was part of a very well write plot from the beginning.. 2, Marie lifting the ricin from walt and poisoning him? Come on dude, that doesn't even make sense at all, wtf! Also to the person that said Jesse figuring out that walt poisoned Brock, that wasn't a far stretch at all. If you really remember all the details and think about everything then you'll realize it wasn't that hard for him to figure out and know for sure once he knew the big guy lifted his weed and I'll explain:As someone else already said, Jesse had already put the connections together when Brock was in the hospital. He went to walt house and confronted him claiming walt had Saul lift the ricin from him and walt poisoning Brock to get back at Jesse for cooking meth without him. Walt finally convinces Jesse that it was Gus that lifted the ricin while he was working that day at the lab and used it to poison Brock knowing that Jesse would think it was walt who did it and that would turn Jesse against walt and then Gus would be free to kill walt, because that was the only thing stopping Gus from getting rid of walt was that Jesse wouldn't cook for him if he did. So walt convinces Jesse and gets Jesse to help kill Gus. After Gus is dead Jesse finds out it wasnt ricin that poisoned Brock and Jesse realizes that it wasn't Gus who poisoned him but then says to walt "but Gus still had to go, right?, trying to get reassurance that they did do the right thing even though Gus wasnt the one that poisoned Brock. So he knowns then that it wasn't Gus and he's smart enough to realize that Walt manipulated him into helping kill Gus but at the same time he wants to believe that he wasn't dumb enough to fall for walts trick and still has a bit of doubt because walt was so convincing that he hadn't poisoned Brock. Fast forward, Now he's got his suspicions that Walt has killed Mike and he confronts Walt about and he's putting on the same kind of convincing act he did before but you can see it on his face that Jesse knows for sure that Mikes not coming back because walt would be in fear of his life since walt killed mikes guys and Jesse now knows how easily walt can lie and make it really convincing but he's still not 100 percent sure at that time that walt manipulated him into helping kill Gus but he's getting pushed over the edge more and more and then fastforward to him waiting on the side of the road and noticing his weed is missing. At this point he has pretty much already put everything together before but now he has no doubt that walt had Saul lift the ricin from him and that means for sure that walt planned everything and poisoned block as part of the plan to get him to help kill Gus. So you see, it all makes perfect sense once you put all the little details together but sometimes it's harder for someone on the outside looking in to realize all the details that make a person do what they do..

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Posted by Joshua Axlrod Sisk on 09/30/2015 at 11:12 PM

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