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While Breaking Bad's first season showed us a dying man desperate enough to get into the drug business in order to provide for his family, Season 2 featured a completely changed individual with a completely different set of motivations, willing to let a young girl choke on her own vomit right in front of his eyes out of pure self-preservation. Season 3 also showed us a particularly aggressive version of Walt, willing to drag Jesse down with him if necessary.
Walter White has come a long way in the span of three seasons (Something that shouldn't come as a surprise when the show is called "Breaking Bad"), becoming more and more ruthless in the process, but under the impression that his actions are justified (Which is true, in some cases). But is there anything left of the character we saw in the Pilot, running around the desert in his tighty whities, wondering how he got into this mess?
More than any kind of question, I'm interested in your opinion of the character himself. Has Heisenberg taken over Walt's personality and values, or is Heisenberg just an excuse for Walt to let out his true personality? Does he even care about Jesse's well-being at this point? Why do you think he let Jane die? What is Walt's real motivation for cooking meth, considering he has a ridiculous amount of cash by this point?
...Anyway, go nuts.
I think that he feels like jesses is like his own son in a way cuz they have created a bond between each other that even he and his own son walt Jr doesnt even have.
i think in his heart he wanted to make a few bucks to make sure his family can live after he dies and then they got a other kid that means he needs some more bucks and when he finally got to that point where he had enought money he got better and he got some more years to live maybe even cured (i dont remember 100%) then his greed came into play and then he was just ti deep in the shit hole to get out
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well duh..letting her die was the "easiest option" for Walt AT THE TIME he regrets it now (ive seen 3rd series)...an amazing programme (especially for an american show)...