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Did Walt Poison Brock: How Walter White Poisoned Young Brock?



DId Walt Poison Brock

Did Walt Poison Brock: In Breaking Bad, how did Walter White poison young Brock? The incident occurred during season 4 of AMC’s hit show, but the reality was not revealed until the following year. Since then, Vince Gilligan, the show’s creator, has revealed what fans didn’t witness during the poisoning.

Brock Cantillo (Ian Posada), the six-year-old son of Jesse Pinkman’s fiancée Andrea, was played by Ian Posada (Emily Rios). In Breaking Bad season 3, Jesse met Andrea at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, and the two eventually began dating.

Brock admired Jesse a lot, and the two would frequently hang out and play video games together. Jesse continued to transfer money to Andrea through Saul Goodman after they split up so they could afford a better living condition. In season 4, the two reconnected, but Brock was sent to the hospital with a terrible illness shortly after.

Do you know how Walt Poison Brock happened?

DId Walt Poison Brock

Jesse initially assumed that Brock had been given the ricin meant for Gus Fring; he assumed that Walt had stolen the ricin and given it to Brock as a way of punishing Jesse for getting too close to Gus. When questioned, Walt, on the other hand, convinced Jesse that Gus was the one who used the ricin to hurt Brock. Walt went to great efforts to persuade Jesse, including planting the ricin-laced cigarette that Jesse thought he’d misplaced inside his Roomba vacuum.

Unfortunately, Jesse was correct; Walt did intentionally cause Brock’s illness in order to turn Jesse against Gus. However, the poison wasn’t caused by ricin, as later proved, but rather by a Lily of the Valley plant, which was revealed to be in Walt’s backyard in the season 4 finale’s final shot. But how exactly did he poison Brock with the plant’s berries?

At the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, Gilligan revealed more details about the toxic ruse. Breaking Bad authors referred to Walt’s transformation into the “Evil Juice Box Man,” envisioning him injecting the poison into Brock’s juice box. Walt had hidden the juice box in Brock’s lunch at school, ensuring that only he came into contact with the beverage. The rest of the scheme involving Huell’s ricin theft was then shown on-screen.

Brock made a full recovery after surviving the disease. Walt later ran across Brock at a dinner party, where he appeared to be nervous around the young youngster. His actions have undoubtedly given him a great deal of guilt, since he exploited the health of a youngster to torment Jesse.

While there were several turning points in the storey, many fans believe Brock’s poisoning to be the point at which Heisenberg truly turned evil, abandoning any kind of morality and focusing solely on keeping power, regardless of who he had to destroy to do so. Jesse ultimately pieced the puzzle together and deduced that Walt was the perpetrator, causing considerable strife between the two men. Jesse also confronted Saul Goodman, who admitted to assisting Walt but had no idea he was planning to poison a small boy.

Walt later claimed to Jesse that he poisoned Brock with a Lily of the Valley plant solely to keep Jesse on his side so that he could kill Gustavo Fring, but their relationship was already in tatters at that point. Jesse was hauled to Jack Welker’s compound shortly after, where Walter White admitted to Jesse that he saw Jane Margolis die and chose not to help.

Many fans assumed that after Walt released Jesse in the Breaking Bad series finale, one of the first things Jesse would do was locate Brock and care for him as a way to remember Andrea.

However, although Jesse Pinkman was kidnapped by Jack Welker and the neo-nazis, El Camino, released in 2019, provided him just enough time to tie up loose ends and get a shot at the freedom he so dearly desired. Jesse wrote Brock a letter before fleeing to Alaska, but what he said was left to the readers’ imagination. Jesse was supposed to be read as a voice-over by Vince Gilligan, but he decided to keep the content a secret, which is still kept between the creators and Aaron Paul to this day.

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