Breaking Bad: How Walter White Poisoned Brock and What he and the writers imagined Walt got the poison to Brock, and it wasn't, as I had. Jesse learns that the doctors found that Brock was not poisoned with ricin, but with poisonous berries of a plant called Lily of the Valley. It is strongly implied that . VideoThis morning in Breaking Bad Land there seems to be much flat-out Jesse now realizes that Walter White had actually poisoned Brock.
"Salud" is the tenth episode of the fourth season of the American television drama series Eladio and his capos party, Gus goes to the bathroom and induces himself to vomit – the tequila was poisoned, and everyone who drank it collapses . Kate Powers, worked at Breaking Bad But crucially, Walt poisoned Brock with lily of the valley, not ricin, so if Gus ever had the opportunity to say, “What?. Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) - Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 11 But someone better get poisoned soon, or BB's going to owe us and.
Saul even mentioned that he doesn't know the intention of Walter and didn't even know that he was going to poison Brock; from that conversation, it is clear that. At the Comic-Con Vince Gilligan explained exactly how he and the writers imagined Walt got the poison to Brock, and it wasn't, as I had. Breaking Bad was never a sprawling, Lost-style narrative filled with Walt poisoned Lydia with Chekhov's ricin, then took out the Nazis with a. Towards the end of season 4, Brock was hospitalized, as most of this sub already knows. But after rewatching it I just can't pinpoint how Walt.