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Breaking Bad: Was Jesse’s Big Epiphany Believable?

Every week for the second half of the final season of Breaking Bad, our roundtable of TheAtlantic.com’s J.J. Gould, Chris Heller, and Spencer Kornhaber will discuss the latest happenings on AMC’s show.
Read more. [Image: Ursula Coyote/AMC]


I think that Jesse’s epiphany was believable. He realized that Saul had Huell take the ricin from him and why else would they do that unless they wanted Jesse to think that he’d poisoned Brock? So, he realized who had actually poisoned Brock with a toxin made from a plant—Walt. And then Saul confirmed it. Time to burn Mr. White’s house.

theatlantic:

Breaking Bad: Was Jesse’s Big Epiphany Believable?

Every week for the second half of the final season of Breaking Bad, our roundtable of TheAtlantic.com’s J.J. GouldChris Heller, and Spencer Kornhaber will discuss the latest happenings on AMC’s show.

Read more. [Image: Ursula Coyote/AMC]

I think that Jesse’s epiphany was believable. He realized that Saul had Huell take the ricin from him and why else would they do that unless they wanted Jesse to think that he’d poisoned Brock? So, he realized who had actually poisoned Brock with a toxin made from a plant—Walt. And then Saul confirmed it. Time to burn Mr. White’s house.