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It was Vince Gilligan's decision to finish the show in season 5. He didn't want to make the mistake many successful shows make by running too long until the quality decreases.
Only twice during the series does Jesse refer to Walt by his first name.
RJ Mitte has cerebral palsy in real life. His case is much milder than Walt Junior's. He had to learn to walk with crutches and slow down his speech to play the part.
Vince Gilligan personally selected Baby Blue by Badfinger as the song to be played during the series' final scene, despite numerous objections from his music team. The song was purchased from iTunes over 5,000 times the night of the finale's initial broadcast and re-entered the Billboard charts more than 40 years after it was first released.
When characters on the show are smoking meth, they are actually smoking sugar or rock candy but do not inhale.
Sony and AMC were initially reluctant to cast Bryan Cranston because of his previous comedic roles. They approached John Cusack and Matthew Broderick for the role of Walter White. When they both declined, Vince Gilligan was able to cast Cranston.
To be as accurate as possible, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul actually learned how to produce meth, and the sequences of them making it are accurate. However, the sequences are deliberately edited out of order with crucial steps, chemicals, etc. changed or omitted to prevent copycats.
A main plot point is Walt as a chemistry genius.Marius Stan, who plays Bogdan, is a real-life chemistry genius. He has a PhD in Chemistry, and still works in the field. This show was his first foray into acting.
Bryan Cranston has a Breaking Bad tattoo on his ring finger.
In The Walking Dead (2010), it is implied that Jesse Pinkman is Merle Dixon's drug dealer.
During the stand-off between Hank, Gomie, and the White Supremacist gang, Jack asks how they know Hank and Gomie are actually cops, Steven Michael Quezada, broke character and said "Because Dean Norris plays a cop in everything he's fu**ing in!"
According to Bryan Cranston, he was so into character that he would insult and curse at Christopher Cousins, who played Ted, when they were off screen.
Jesse Pinkman was originally slated to be written out by the 9th episode. During the hiatus caused by the writer's strike, creator Vince Gilligan impressed by Aaron Paul's portrayal of Jesse, decided to reinstate the character.
Gus Fring was originally supposed to appear in only three or four episodes. Giancarlo Esposito was asked to return for seven episodes in season three. Esposito refused to return unless he could appear in more episodes. He ended up appearing in 11 episodes in the third season.
The series ran for 62 episodes. The 62nd element on the periodic table is Samarium, an isotope of which is used to treat various forms of cancer, including lung cancer.
The pseudonym for Saul Goodman is derived from "it's all good, man."
As the show progressed, Vince Gilligan noticed he had to stop criticizing Walt about how evil he was becoming in front of Bryan Cranston, because he was hurting the actor's feelings.
In the beginning of each episode, the chemical formula C10H15N along with the number 149.24 and the word "Meth" can be seen just before the title Breaking Bad appears. C10H15N is the formula for methamphetamine, which has the molecular weight of 149.24.
Walter was originally written to be 40 years old. AMC felt that 40 was too young for Walter to have a mid-life crisis and requested his age change to 50.
In an interview, Vince Gilligan admitted that the writer's strike that shortened season 1 ended up benefiting the show. He'd planned for Walt's evil side to emerge in a shocking season finale. The strike led him to write the evolution much more gradually.
While pitching the show to Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan told him he wanted to start off with a nerdy Mr. Chips type character and transform him into Scarface.
Aaron Paul says the word "bitch" 54 times throughout the series.
The location shoot of the series in New Mexico pumped roughly $1M per episode into the local economy.
Bryan Cranston stated in an interview that the term "breaking bad" is a southern colloquialism, referring to someone who has taken a turn off the path of the straight and narrow. The lapse could last for a day or a lifetime.
Breaking Bad was originally set in Riverside, California. It was moved to Albuquerque to take advantage of a tax rebate on production.
Walter White's alias, Heisenberg, is a tribute to Werner Heisenberg, who formulated the uncertainty principle, which states that it is impossible to determine simultaneously both the position and velocity of an electron or any other particle with any great degree of accuracy or certainty.
In 2005, after Showtime, TNT, and HBO rejected the initial pitch for the series, FX stepped in and immediately began development on the pilot. They eventually passed on the project in favor of the Courteney Cox show Dirt (2007), in a bid to draw more female viewers. According to Vince Gilligan, HBO showed no interest even on the pitch. TNT loved the idea, but said that they couldn't air a show with a crystal meth dealer as the central character.
On the Breaking Bad podcast, Creator Vince Gilligan revealed that Mark Margolis was initially intended to become the main antagonist from Season 3 on. However, they eventually decided to make Giancarlo Esposito the series' main antagonist instead.
Gus Fring was originally written as a character named Kesyer Söze (a reference to The Usual Suspects (1995)). Söze was supposed to appear late in the first season but a writers strike shortened the season. Giancarlo Esposito who played Gus appeared in The Usual Suspects.
During an August 2013 interview with Terry Gross on "Fresh Air," Bob Odenkirk said that when he first heard a description of Saul Goodman, he told Vince Gilligan that he might not be the best choice for the role because he isn't Jewish. Gilligan told him that Goodman is a fake last name that the character adopted because he thought it sounded stereotypically Jewish. Odenkirk also told Gross that Goodman's odd hairstyle, a thinning combover-mullet combination, was his idea.
Samuel L. Jackson showed up unannounced during filming on the Pollos Hermanos set one day, dressed in his Nick Fury outfit from The Avengers (2012). Both productions were happening on the same studio lot, and Jackson wanted to be an extra during the scene being filmed. The producers denied his request to appear as Nick Fury on the show.
As the series progresses, Walter White starts wearing more and more black or dark-colored clothing. In several season 5 episodes, he wears mostly black or dark grey.
Many fans were surprised that such a successful show had stars who weren't very famous. Vince Gilligan said that this was by choice, and as the show went on he actually rejected big-name stars in favor of lesser-known actors.
Hank Schrader's family name is also related to chemistry. German scholar Gerhard Schrader accidentally discovered the first nerve gas.
The White's address, 308 Negra Arroyo Lane, is actually 3828 Piermont Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM. As of 2015, it's a private residence. The residents have had to deal with fans recreating Walter's famous pizza throw onto the house's roof, and conducted media interviews asking to be left alone.
The show depicts methylamine as a restricted, rare chemical. In real life, methylamine can be produced by combining methanol and ammonia with a catalyst present.
The remote desert sequences where the RV meth cooking sessions were covertly conducted were filmed on the production facility backlot in New Mexico.
A plot line was written for the third season in which Walt visits a South American drug lord in prison to convince him to help him put Gus Fring out of business. It was discarded because the writers couldn't figure out how Walt would be able to connect with the drug lord.
Betsy Brandt was pregnant during season two. Whenever she reached the point in the pregnancy that Skyler was supposed to be, the producers would do pick-up shots with her as the fake bare belly on Anna Gunn.
Vince Gilligan had already cast Bryan Cranston against his usual type in The X-Files: Drive (1998). Cranston played a white supremacist with an infection that makes his head explode if his car's speed dips below 50 miles per hour. Gilligan has said their collaboration convinced him that Cranston was the only actor who could portray Walter White.
In the original pilot script, Jesse Pinkman was named Marion Alan Dupree, and was always referred to by his last name.
When Saul first approaches Walt about a business arrangement, he compares his services for Walt to Tom Hagen's role as consigliere to Vito Corleone. Walt objects, saying "I'm no Vito Corleone," to which Saul responds "Right now, you're Fredo." Soon after, when Walt and his family hear that his tumor has shrunk, Hank misquotes The Godfather: Part III (1990), saying "Just when I tried to get out, they pull me back in."
As of 2012, there have only been five episodes where stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul do not share any scenes together: Breaking Bad: Peekaboo (2009), Breaking Bad: Caballo sin Nombre (2010), Breaking Bad: I.F.T. (2010) , Breaking Bad: Salud (2011), and Breaking Bad: Buried (2013).
Raymond Cruz's Tuco Salamanca would have been retained for the entire run of season 2 if Cruz hadn't landed a major role on the TV series The Closer (2005).
Recent studies show that it is impossible to make crystal meth blue the way Walter White does.
Before the series premiere, AMC was flooded with letters by concerned viewers who were afraid the show would glamorize the world of meth. When the show began to air, those letters ceased.
Two series casting directors, Shari Rhodes and Gwyn Savage, died within 32 days of each other during production. Memorial tributes were screened during the respective post credit episode sequences.
When one of Tuco's two cousins was cast, he was asked if he knew of anyone who looked similar, with a strong physique and the same intensity. He recommended his brother, who got the role immediately.
Aaron Paul is a perfectionist. One day, while filming a scene in which a boulder fell to the ground next to White, Paul asked if he could stand on the other side of Bryan Cranston for a scene.
Although the main character commits many serious crimes, including money laundering, murder, and manufacturing and distributing an illegal and very dangerous drug, a great deal of fan hatred focused on Skyler. Fans have created many Facebook and other Web pages dedicated to Skyler's perceived flaws. Anna Gunn wrote an August 24, 2013, New York Times op-ed titled "I Have a Character Issue" about the phenomenon of TV viewers hating strong female characters such as Skyler, Carmela Soprano of The Sopranos (1999), and Betty Draper of Mad Men (2007), despite the fact that they are wives of male characters who engage in much less sympathetic and often outright criminal behavior.
Walter and his son watch Scarface (1983). Vince Gilligan liked to say that he was transforming Walter White from 'Mr Chips' to 'Scarface'.
According to Giancarlo Esposito, he based his performance as Gus Fring on Edward James Olmos's performance as Lt. Martin Castillo in Miami Vice (1984). He noticed that Olmos was very quiet and still but suggested an inner turmoil. Esposito guest starred on that series three times.
The popularity of the TV series spawned a cottage industry for a variety of Albuquerque (NM) citizens, including everything from cosmetics, spa, bathroom and 'blue rock' candy products to a tour of both the good and bad locations used in the series.
The name of the Whites' baby girl, Holly, is another in Vince Gilligan's many career-long references to his longtime girlfriend, Holly Rice that have been included in his scripts. There were also references to Rice in nearly all of Gilligan's episodes of _"The X-Files" (1993)_.
Jesse wears the same clothes in the final eight episodes. He only alters them by removing articles, like his sweater.
Bromine (Br) is used to stop flames. Barium (Ba) is used to cause flames. (Br)eaking (Ba)d symbolizes Walt's corrupted mind on manufacturing meth.
In season 1, the real name of the actor who played Crazy 8 was Max Arciniega. Gustavo Fring's close associate and co-founder of the Los Pollos Hermanos franchises, as shown in Breaking Bad: Hermanos (2011), had the same name.
The nature of Gus and Max's relationship is never explicitly stated. Giancarlo Esposito stated in an interview that it was a "possibly lover relationship". Vince Gilligan stated in an interview that they "probably were lovers".
Costars Bryan Cranston, Matt Jones, and Bob Odenkirk have all appeared in How I Met Your Mother (2005).
Walt's car is a well-used 2003 Pontiac Aztek, repainted a pale non-factory dull green. The windshield was broken and replaced several times due to catastrophes both great and small, all traceable to Walt's descent into the drug world. The Aztek was widely derided as ugly, overpriced, and low- quality. It never met sales quotas, and as been blamed for the death of the Pontiac brand. However, its versatility won it a small, loyal following. The show's production kept at least 2 Azteks equipped for different filming situations.
The first show since Law & Order (1990) in 1997 to win the Emmy for Best Drama Series, without being nominated for the award in its debut season.
Season 4 spans the shortest amount of time; season 5 spans the longest.
Every time Walter makes or receives a phone call, he always hangs up without ever saying goodbye when he considers there's no more to discuss.
Both Mark Margolis (Hector Salamanca) and Steven Bauer (Don Eladio) worked together in the movie Scarface (1983).
The mascot for Walter Jr.'s high school is the Skyhawk. Signs can be seen on the walls in some of the school shots. Vince Gilligan went to L.C. Bird High School in Chesterfield, VA, where the mascot is the Skyhawk.
Walter white has five physical looks throughout Breaking Bad. 1. His younger look in flashbacks when he has long hair and no facial hair. 2. His look in the first season with longish hair, mustache, thin glasses. 3. His look in season 1-2, bald, mustache, thin glasses. 4. His look for the majority of the season (3-5) bald, thin glasses, goatee. 5. His look in season 5 with a full head of hair, thick-glasses, full beard.
In his August 2013 Terry Gross interview, Bob Odenkirk said that he based his character Saul Goodman partly on the Hollywood agents Robert Evans and Ari Emmanuel. Emanuel, who was also the inspiration for the character played by Jeremy Piven in the TV series Entourage (2004) and a different Odenkirk character, Stevie Grant on The Larry Sanders Show (1992), is Odenkirk's actual agent.
10 actors cast on the show have previously appeared in the Vince Gilligan produced The X-Files (1993). Bryan Cranston in The X-Files: Drive (1998), Aaron Paul in The X-Files: Lord of the Flies (2001), Dean Norris in The X-Files: F. Emasculata (1995), Michael Shamus Wiles in "The End" (Season 5) and "En Ami" (Season 7), Raymond Cruz in The X-Files: El Mundo Gira (1997), Javier Grajeda in _Tithonus_, Danny Trejo in The X-Files: Redrum (2000), Dale Dickey in _Existence_, Dan Desmond in The X-Files: Salvage (2001), and John Koyama who served as a stuntman on The X-Files (1993).
Kris Kristofferson was considered to play Skyler and Marie's father in one scene. It was discarded because the writers felt it strayed too far from the main story.
Co-stars Bryan Cranston and Dean Norris both appeared in Little Miss Sunshine (2006), which also took place in Albuquerque.
At the end of Little Miss Sunshine (2006) the Hoover family drive into the sunset, back to Albuquerque. Breaking Bad actors Bryan Cranston & Dean Norris are both in the movie appearing respectively, as Rick Grossman & State Trooper McCleary.
Entertainment Weekly included Walter White in its list of the "16 Ultimate TV Antiheroes" at position #1 in the July 15, 2012 issue.
An odd humpbacked flute player is mounted on the walls of some scenes throughout the series, most notably in Walt's backyard. This character is Kokopelli, a fertility deity venerated by some Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. He is believed to be a trickster among gods. Kokopelli became an important marketing item in the 1990s on items such as t-shirts.
In season 1, Anna Gunn asked Vince Gilligan about Skyler's occupation while she wasn't with Walt. Gilligan said that she was taking it easy because she was heavily pregnant. Gunn arguing that pregnant women could still do things, asked him to write her something to do. The subplot was never included due to the writers' strike.
The two chemical elements Bromine and Barium, the abbreviated forms of which appear as high-lighted boldface fonts in the title - (Br)eaking) (Ba)d - have nothing to do with the manufacture of "crystal meth" (Methamphetamine).
Walter's middle name is Hartwell.
Bryan Cranston (Walter), Anna Gunn (Skyler) and Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) have guest starred in Seinfeld (1989). Anna played Jerry's girlfriend in Seinfeld: The Glasses (1993). Bryan made his first appearance as Dr. Tim Whatley, a dentist whose conversion to Judaism annoys Jerry when he realizes Tim only converted so he could tell Jewish-themed jokes, a year later, in Seinfeld: The Mom and Pop Store (1994). Bob played Ben Galvant in Seinfeld: The Abstinence (1996); Elaine is dating Ben because she thinks he is a doctor, but Ben reveals he hasn't passed his medical boards yet and proves inept in a real-life health crisis. Once Ben does become a doctor, he breaks up with Elaine and explains, Saul Goodman-style, that the point of becoming a doctor is to end up dating someone who was out of his league before he became one. Larry Hankin appeared on Seinfeld (1989) too and was co-creator Larry David's first choice to play Kramer. Other "Breaking Bad" actors who appeared on Seinfeld (1989): Nigel Gibbs, Mark Harelik and Jessica Hecht.
The backdrop for the season 5 poster is a location used in multiple films, including: The Avengers (2012), Terminator Salvation (2009), Thor (2011), and Lone Survivor (2013).
The last episode aired September 29th, 2013.
Danny Trejo (Tortuga), Raymond Cruz (Tuco), Michael Bofshever (Mr. Pinkman) and Geoffrey Rivas (Police Officer) have all appeared in the gang classic Blood In, Blood Out (1993). In one episode, Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) says the words, "Sangre Por Sangre" to Mark Margolis (Tio Salamanca), which is the Spanish title for the film.
Giancarlo Esposito mentioned that Vince Gilligan plotted the story in style to westerns.
Jesse's middle name is Bruce.
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All of the main cast members are below six feet in height with the tallest being RJ Mitte at 5 feet and 11½ inches.
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Breaking Bad: Cancer Man (2008) and Breaking Bad: Gray Matter (2008), are the only two episodes to feature a different intro, with the two period table boxes apart rather than touching. The HD Netflix versions of the episodes have been changed to include the normal intro.
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Jonathan Banks (Mike) played in Gremlins (1984), while Dean Norris (Hank) appeared in the sequel Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990).
Steven Bauer (Don Eladio) and Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) who play enemies in the show, previously starred together in the show South Beach (2006), the movie Doing Hard Time (2004) and in a production of the play "Balm in Gilead" which also starred Breaking Bad actor Mark Margolis (Hector Salamanca). Bauer and Margolis also acted alongside one another in another drug-related project Scarface (1983).
The series title is spelled using the chemical symbols for bromine (Br), and barium (Ba). Chemical symbols from the periodic table also appear in every name (except the one of creator Vince Gilligan) in the opening credits: a single capital letter, or pair of letters, with only the first letter capitalized (in line with scientific convention), shown in a differing color.
Steven Bauer plays Don Eladio, who is the head of the Juarez drug cartel) and runs it in Mexico. Steven Bauer also played Carlos Ayala in Traffic (2000), who was the American distributor working for the Tijuana cartel, whose rivals were the Juarez cartel.
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Jonathan Banks and Steven Bauer who both play criminals in the show, played partners working for the New York District Attorney's Office to investigate the drug underworld in the show Wiseguy (1987).
Out of the main characters introduced to Walter White, he knew Saul the longest. Out of the antagonists, he knew Todd the shortest.
Several actors from this series have made guest appearances on David E. Kelley's legal drama The Practice (1997), all dissimilar to their character's on Breaking Bad: Anna Gunn played a district attorney who was not keen on breaking the law; Giancarlo Esposito played an African American who was wrongly accused of murder; Mark Margolis played an Italian American wrongly accused of being a mobster.
Rihanna is a huge fan of the series. She would always get caught up on the show while touring.
Mike's favorite candy is a butterfinger.
Walter White wears briefs, also known as tighty-whities.
In the original script Walter White is 40 not 50
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Jesse and Walt Jr. are the only regular characters from the first season who never meet each other in the series.
The GPS coordinates N34 59 20 W106 36 52 where the money is hidden, and where Hank and Gomez are buried, are the location of Albuquerque Studios.
The gas mask that Walt holds and admires in his final seconds is the same one from the pilot.
Body count: 270, including 167 unnamed passengers killed during the plane crash in 'ABQ'. Excluding the plane crash, being shot is the most common way for characters to die, accounting for 56 of the 98 deliberate killings in the series.
Todd committed widest range of felonies (murder 1, child murder, robbing, association to murder of federal agents, association of murder, manufacturing methamphetamine, distributing methamphetamine, arson, breaking and entering, unlawfully imprisonment, housing a methamphetamine lab, carrying illegal firearms, theft, and obstruction of justice).
According to Dean Norris, while shooting the first half of season 5 he got a job offer to play a leading part in a sitcom. Norris, knowing the series was ending and thinking about providing for his family, suggested to Vince Gilligan the idea of killing Hank in those first eight episodes, arguing it would be shocking and unexpected. Gilligan refused, saying he needed Hank for the second half of the season. Hank ended up getting killed in one of the last episodes.
The scene with the cousins blowing up the immigrant smuggling truck could only be filmed in one take, so the actors had to get everything right, including walking away without looking back. They said the heat coming from behind them made it harder.
The character of Hank clearly has strong parallels to Ahab from Moby-Dick. Ahab is obsessed with catching the great white whale. Hank is obsessed with catching Heisenberg, who is actually Walter White, and whom he refers to early on as a "whale." Ahab loses his leg to the whale and walks with a false leg. Hank loses use of his legs for a while after he is shot, and walks with a limp afterward. Ahab is the ship's captain. Hank becomes head of the DEA's Albuquerque office. Ahab and Hank are both destroyed by their quest. Just before he's killed, Ahab loses his false leg. Just before he's killed, Hank is shot in the leg. Ahab's body is dragged into the vast unmarked sea. Hank's body is dumped in an unmarked grave in the vast desert destroyed by his obsession with catching the great white whale.
Characters and their values are represented by the colors they wear. Skyler usually wears blue. Jesse wears yellow and red; plus grey when he was in recovery. Walter wears green because he is stuck between his family and the drug trade. The birth of Walt's daughter introduces pink to the spectrum. The DEA agents, Hank and Gomez, wear orange, representing police. Marie is usually in purple, like many of the other doctors on the show. Jane, the recovering heroin addict, wears black.
The first episode of season 2 is called Breaking Bad: Seven Thirty-Seven (2009), which foreshadows the plane crash at the end of the season. When combined with the other episodes that flash forward to the plane crash, the titles read "Seven Thirty Seven- Down- Over- ABQ"
Bryan Cranston reportedly cried after filming the scene in which Walter watches Jane die.
Walter White died on September 7th, the same day he was born.
There is an alternate ending of the series finale on the last season DVD. It involves Bryan Cranston playing the role of his Malcolm in the Middle (2000) character Hal waking up from a nightmare which happens to be the events of Breaking Bad. Jane Kaczmarek also makes a cameo appearance as Lois. This was an homage to the finale of Newhart (1982).
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are the only two cast members to actually appear in all 62 episodes of the series, despite others having a credit on all episodes.
Bryan Cranston started playing Walter White at age 52, the same age that Walter dies at the end of the series.
Walter White's final act of revenge is very similar to Gustavo Frings act on Don Eladio. Both Don Eladio and Jack Welker killed men they were close to, both were spared, and both came back into their enemy's headquarters to execute their plan.
When Jane's father goes to her room to find a burial outfit, the pink bear that later falls into Walt's pool after the plane crash is seen in the mural painted on the wall.
In the final episode, Jesse only says five sentences, in one of the last scenes.
Fans noticed that every time a main character dies, another replaces them. Combo dies in Breaking Bad: Mandala (2009), which is Gus's first appearance. Jane dies in Breaking Bad: Phoenix (2009), and Mike first appears in the next episode. Gus dies in Breaking Bad: Face Off (2011), and Lydia Rodarte Quales first appears 2 episodes later. Mike dies in Breaking Bad: Say My Name (2012), and Jack Welker first appears in the next episode.
The majority of the meth lab equipment at Jack's gang's campground is the same equipment from the RV that Walt and Jesse cooked in for the first few seasons.
Initially, Walter was supposed to increase Jane's heroin dosage to fatal levels and cause her overdose, but Bryan Cranston thought that this would be too dark a turn too early for Walt, so it was then changed to Walt rolling Jane onto her back so that she'd choke, but this was nixed due to the same reasons as before, so Walt simply watches Jane die.
In the last 3 episodes, Todd Alquist had more screen time than Jesse Pinkman did.
Walter White's three main antagonists, in order, are Tuco Salamanca, Gustavo Fring, and Jack Welker.
Of all of the main characters to die, Mike was the only one to have his body dissolved by acid.
Mike Ehrmantraut is shot three times; once in the ear, and twice through the driver's side window before being hit in the abdomen.
The actors for Don Eladio and Hector Salmanca also star in Scarface (1983) where they also both die.
Jesse uses the following drugs onscreen: marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin, tobacco (cigarettes), alcohol, and cocaine.
The script originally called for Saul Goodman to show up to teach Jesse how to deal with the police, paramedics, etc. Bob Odenkirk had prior commitments so producers brought in Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut.
Hank and Gomez first appear together at Walt's 50th birthday party. They also die together at an event involving Walt.
Walt is indirectly responsible for Andrea Cantillo's death through a series of events that started with him poisoning Brock Cantillo.
The last person to ride in a car with Walt is Kenny.
Jesse Pinkman was originally intended to be killed off shortly after the series started. Ironically, Jesse ended up being the only survivor of the series' final confrontation.
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