This is an Exclusive Interview with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. (The cast of Breaking Bad) “You won’t Believe The Shocking Twists and Turns in “Breaking Bad””
Walter White: Hey Jesse, do you remember how we first met? In the series, Obviously.
Jesse Pinkman: Yeah, it was at my aunt’s house. You were my high school chemistry teacher, and I was just a screwed up kid dealing meth.
Walter: Right. And do you remember how we ended up cooking meth together?
Jesse: Yeah, it was because I needed the money and you needed a way to pay for your medical bills. You had just been diagnosed with cancer and you wanted to leave something behind for your family.
Walter: That’s right. And at first, it was just about the money. But as we got deeper into the business, it became about so much more.
Jesse: Like what?
Walter: Like power. Like control. Like the thrill of outsmarting the cops and the drug cartels. It was addictive, Jesse. And the more we did it, the more we wanted to do it.
Jesse: Yeah, I know what you mean. It was like we were on top of the world. But it wasn’t all fun and games. We had to deal with some pretty messed up stuff along the way.
Walter: You’re right, Jesse. There were definitely some rough moments. Like when we had to deal with Tuco Salamanca and his crazy uncle, Hector. And then there was Gus Fring, who turned out to be even more ruthless than we could have ever imagined.
Jesse: Yeah, and let’s not forget about Mike Ehrmantraut. He was one tough son of a bitch.
Walter: He was definitely a force to be reckoned with. And then there was the whole issue with Hank, my brother-in-law. He was a DEA agent, and he was hot on our tail from the very beginning.
Jesse: Yeah, that was a constant problem for us. But we always managed to stay one step ahead of him.
Walter: For a while, at least. But eventually, our luck ran out. And it all came crashing down.
Jesse: Yeah, that’s for sure. I mean, we lost so many people along the way. Like Jane, and Combo, and Andrea. And then there was Brock, who almost died because of us.
Walter: It’s true, Jesse. We made a lot of mistakes, and we paid a heavy price for them. But in the end, it was worth it.
Jesse: Worth it? Are you kidding me, Mr. White? We almost got killed a dozen times! And we ended up getting caught and thrown in jail! How can you possibly say it was worth it?
Walter: Because despite everything that happened, we were able to do something that very few people ever get to do. We made a mark on the world, Jesse. We created something that was pure and powerful and unstoppable. And that, my friend, is something that can never be taken away from us.
Jesse: I guess you’re right, Mr. White. We may have made some mistakes along the way, but we also made some amazing memories. And I’ll always be grateful for the time we had together.
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Walter: Me too, Jesse. Me too. The end.
Jesse: But Mr. White, there’s still so much more to talk about. Like how we ended up teaming up with the DEA to take down Gus Fring. And how you ultimately met your end, sacrificing yourself to save me and your family.
Walter: You’re right, Jesse. There’s still a lot to discuss. But let’s start with how we took down Gus Fring. Specifically, That was a defining moment for both of us.
Jesse: Yeah, it was. I mean, we had been trying to figure out a way to get rid of him for a long time. But he was always one step ahead of us.
Walter: That’s true. But eventually, we were able to turn the tables on him. Do you remember how we did it?
Jesse: Of course I do. We used the ricin that you had been saving to poison him. And then we tricked him into thinking that we were going to cook a batch of meth for him, when really we were just setting him up for the DEA.
Walter: Right. And it all worked out perfectly. The DEA was able to arrest him, and he ended up getting blown up in his own restaurant. It was a risky move, but it paid off in the end.
Jesse: Yeah, it definitely did. But things didn’t exactly end well for us either. I mean, you ended up getting shot and killed by Jack Welker and his gang.
Walter: That’s true, Jesse. I made a lot of mistakes in my life, and that was definitely one of them. I should have known better than to trust those guys. But I was desperate, and I was willing to do whatever it took to protect my family.
Jesse: And in the end, that’s all that really matters. You may have made some mistakes, Mr. White, but you always put your family first. And that’s something that I’ll always respect and admire about you.
Walter: Thank you, Jesse. That means a lot to me. I may not have always made the right choices, but I hope that I was able to leave a positive impact on your life.
Jesse: You definitely did, Mr. White. You taught me so much about chemistry, and about life. You showed me that even when things seem impossible, there’s always a way to persevere. And for that, I’ll always be grateful.
Walter: I’m glad to have been able to help, Jesse. Furthermore, It was an honor to work alongside you. You’re a good kid, and you’ve got a bright future ahead of you.
Jesse Pinkman: Thanks, Mr. White. And you’ll always be a part of that future. You may be gone, but your legacy will live on forever. Even after Breaking Bad.
Walter White: Thank you, Jesse. That means more to me than you’ll ever know. The end.
This was the exclusive In-depth interview with the cast of Breaking Bad.