Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans: One could say that “Breaking Bad”, in which Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher, turns to meth-cooking crime after receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis, is a story about evil geniuses competing for supremacy. Walt meets many other criminals as he climbs to the top in the southwest US meth trade. He also dodges Hank Shrader’s DEA investigation.

Walt is better at concocting schemes than the show’s characters. Many clever maneuvers are used by characters throughout the show. From Jesse and Saul forcing Jesse’s parents to sell their house to him at a significant discount using his own undisclosed crime activity in it as leverage to Skyler and Kuby tricking Bogdan to sell her his car wash by pretending a code violation issue to Skyler creating a fake gambling story to explain Walt’s fortune — they all fit right on this list. We tried.

The most creative and bizarre plans ever seen on the show made it to the final cut. Although many of them are criminals with no remorse, it is a great experience to watch their actions.

1. Walt taking out Lydia, and Jack’s gang

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The series finale, “Felina,” sees Walt return to Albuquerque to grieve his family, make sure his money reaches them, settle old debts, and finally die from his recurrent cancer. His targets include Lydia RodarteQuayle (the Madrigal Electromotive executive, who played an important role in the post Fring meth operation that we saw in Season 5’s first half), and Jack Welker and his gang, which murdered Hank Schrader, Steve Gomez, and stole most his money.

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First, Lydia. She meets Todd and Lydia at their favorite cafe, and he sneaks poisonous ricin in the Stevia packet that he knew she would use for her tea. He then pretends to be desperate and arranges a meeting with Jack. He claims he wants to show them a cheaper way to make meth. In truth, Walt and Jack are planning to murder each other in secret.

Walt wins, naturally. He defeats Jesse, who he did not know was Jack’s meth-cooking hostage. Then he uses his key fob and activates a machine gun that he had hidden in his trunk. The weapon is placed on a Walt-designed swiveling metal platform that sprays gunfire throughout the room. It kills all except Todd and Jack. Jesse and Walt then finish the job in a very satisfying manner.

2. Walt framing Gus in order to get Jesse on his side

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

Season 4 sees Gus Fring deal with the Juarez cartel. He then turns his attention to Hank Schrader whose investigation is becoming more worrying. But he cannot kill Hank without first dealing his brother-in-law, Walter White, who is his meth-cook. Fring also cannot kill Walt without destroying Jesse Pinkman. Instead, Fring drags Walt to the desert and threatens his family to kill him if he tries to save Hank.

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Walt refuses to let Hank go and lacks the funds to leave the town, after Saul Goodman warned the DEA about the imminent threat against Hank. He can’t win by himself. He needs Jesse, whom he has been unable to get along with him throughout the season.

Walt, desperate to save his son Brock, uses a poisonous plant called Lily of the Valley to bring him back. To hospitalize Brock (the son of Jesse’s girl), he uses Lily of the Valley, a poisonous plant. He then convinces Jesse Gus poisoned the child using Jesse’s stolen ricin cigarettes, which was an extremely lethal device they had originally intended to use on Gus. Jesse agrees to it and works with Walt to bring Gus down. This particularly evil scheme is ultimately Walt’s downfall. Once Jesse figures it all out in Season 5, he becomes just as dangerous as Fring.

3. Destroying evidence with a magnet

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After orchestrating Gus Fring’s death at Season 4, Walt rises to new heights before realizing he isn’t out of the woods yet. In order to gather as much evidence as possible against Gus and his associates and close the case, detectives would undoubtedly swarm wherever Gus, now known as a meth kingpin and publicized, was located. Walt and Jesse set fire to the superlab below the laundromat but forget about the security cameras Gus installed there to monitor them until the laptop that stored the footage is seized by authorities.

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Jesse, Walt and Mike plan their next move. Mike suggests they get out of town, as the evidence facility where the laptop is stored is almost a fortress. Walt claims they could commit a new crime solely for the purpose of sneaking in an unspecified device to evidence that could irreparably harm the laptop. Jesse comes up with the winning solution: a giant magnet.

The trio consults Old Joe, a disarmingly smart and intelligent man down at the junkyard. He hooks them up to a huge truck and a large magnet big enough for the destruction of the evidence room (and the contents of the laptop) from outside. Although Mike is skeptical, the long-shot plan works. The evidence room (and the laptop’s contents) are destroyed by the cops before Walt and Jesse arrive.

4. Hanks are a lure away

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

Season 3: Hank’s Heisenberg investigation finds him both Jesse Pinkman, and the RV Jesse (and Walt) used to cook meth during the early seasons. Hank asks Walt for his advice and Walt discovers that Hank is getting closer. The RV is also covered in fingerprints and other clues. Hank drives to Old Joe’s junkyard in order to have the RV scrapped. Jesse notices this and rushes in to stop Hank from destroying his vehicle. He didn’t realize Hank was watching him and led the detective to the RV. Hank is dangerously close to opening the RV and arresting Jesse in one of the most thrilling scenes on the show. He would have found his brother in law inside if he had done that.

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He doesn’t succeed. Old Joe and Jesse delay Hank by claiming that the RV is legally a residence that cannot be accessed without warrants. Walt is shocked when Hank claims he will deliver the warrant while he waits. Saul texts Hank, and his secretary tells Hank that Marie was in a serious accident. Hank panickedly rushes to the hospital only to discover it was a scam. The RV is gone by the time Hank returns to the junkyard.

5. Walt plants Hector’s wheelchair bomb

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Gus Fring was on a high after eliminating Juarez’s cartel. But it wasn’t enough. He couldn’t help but slap the face of Hector Salamanca, the last remaining cartel rival. Jesse watches as Gus visits Hector, a wheelchair-bound bell-ringer, in a nursing facility and informs him that his family is gone. Gus now has the ability to focus on two threats: Hank Schrader’s investigation was becoming too close and Walter White, the troublesome, brilliant cook who keeps getting in his way. Jesse is irritated that Walt can’t kill him, so he threatens Walt’s family with death if he interferes in the assassination attempt on his brother-in law Hank.

The board is now set. The board is set. Hector is offered a suicide chance to avenge his parents: Hector will set up a meeting between the DEA and Gus, which will make Gus return to the nursing home in order to execute him for his snitching. Hector will then detonate the bomb Walter designed, which is tucked inside his wheelchair. Fring is thus freed. Hector is willing to give Fring a few more years of degrading care in exchange for the chance to get delicious revenge.

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6. In tented homes, you can cook meth

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Walter White (Bryan Cranston) – Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 16 – Photo Credit: Ursula Coyote/AMC

In Season 5, Mike’s ill-gotten funds are confiscated by the Feds as part of their ongoing Fring investigation. He reluctantly joins forces with his nemesis Walter White in an effort to recover the money. With the help of Saul, the three set out to find a new location for a meth laboratory. Multiple locations are rejected because they are too risky. Just as Saul is about to give up, Walt comes across a fumigation tent folded in the ground and has the idea of cooking in gassed houses for pests.

It’s brilliant. It’s brilliant. Further reducing the chance of being caught, they never went to the same location twice. Vamonos Pest, professional termite control specialists (who sold their client information to burglars, which was why Saul got their number), would set up a tent and kill termites. Walt and Jesse would then go in without anyone watching and set up a laboratory, cook a few batches, and leave before the family returned.

Even after Mike and Jesse have left the picture, Walt Alquist and Todd Alquist keep this scheme going for months and making money hand in fist.

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7. Walt tricks Gretchen & Elliott

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The show’s final episode, “Granite State,” ends with Walter White, a depressed man, seeing former Gray Matter associates Gretchen Schwartz and Elliott Schwartz who, while he struggled in a low-paying job, became rich. He then dismisses his contributions to their success in a television interview. Walt is furious and decides to settle his old debts back home before his cancer kills him. It seems that Walt could only get out of his stupor by his wounded pride.

First, get as much money as possible to his family. It’s not easy because his family hates him and the Feds just hope he’ll arrive at Skyler’s with cash bags full of cash. Walt must think outside the box. The series finale, “Felina,” shows Walt breaking into the Schwartz house, having Gretchen (and Elliott) help him pile money on the table. He then tells them that Walt Jr. and Holly will receive it in the form an irrevocable trust. They also explain to anyone who asks why they are so envious of Walt’s children. They would be assassinated if they didn’t. In reality, Badger (with laser pointers) and Skinny Pete (outside with laser pointers).

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This is not a realistic scenario. Gretchen or Elliott could have gone to the police afterward. Or someone might have rightfully suspected that this random cash injection had Walt’s fingerprints all across it. It was great television and provided a satisfying ending to the Gray Matter subplot.

8. Gus eliminates the cartel

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

One thing we could say about this show that was almost perfect is the subplot involving Gus Fring and the Juarez cartel. While characters like Hector and Tuco Salamanca are great, and the feud was a good backdrop for the main story (as were strong motivations for Gus), it was never more entertaining when the series involved Walt and Jesse.

The Season 4 finale, in which Gus contacts a cartel under false-flag truce to spring a deadly, vengeful trap, was “Breaking Bad.” Gus offers Jesse to go to the cartel and cook Walt’s favorite recipe for them. After Don Eladio, Juarez cartel chief, invites Gus, Mike, and their crew back to his villa, Gus makes them all drink poisoned Tequila. Mike and Mike almost died, but the cartel leadership is defeated and Fring, who had waged a bloody campaign against them for many years, triumphs.

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The show’s writers have done a great job of positioning the main antagonist as an underdog hero for just a few episodes. It also reminds viewers how dangerous Fring really is and how difficult it was for Walt to take him on as the season ends.

9. In prison, Mike and his men were killed

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Gus Fring’s murder left his associates and DEA in a race against time to get any evidence to aid the investigation. Both cases see detectives arrive first and then our criminal protagonists sneak in to destroy the evidence (using the giant magnet).

They have a bigger problem than just the laptop. Mike’s enforcers were all arrested. He insists to Lydia Rodardte Quayle and Walt that they are solid men who were “paid for to stand up against the heat,” but the Feds have taken their cash. They are now facing harsh sentences and they don’t have the money promised to their families. It’s only a matter time before one of them collapses under the pressure and sings like an ogre.

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After Walt kills Mike in an argument, he is free to deal with them as he pleases. Walt sees indefinite hush-money payments as an unnecessary expense and contacts Todd’s uncle Jack Welker. He is a white supremacist criminal who has ties to prisoner gangs. To prevent any survivors being rushed to untouchable protective custody, Jack’s contacts will simultaneously kill Mike’s enforcers.

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Hank believes the case will be solved. One second later, Hank is certain that everyone he wanted to flip is dead in prison.

10. Hank, Jesse, and Steve catching Walt with a ruse

Breaking Bad 12 Most Ingenious Plans

Hank finds out that Walt, his brother-in law, is the Heisenberg he has been looking for. But he needs to prove it before he arrests him. Jesse Pinkman, who is remorseful for his crimes but motivated to bring down Walt for poisoning Brock’s blood, is happy to help.

Steve and Hank suggest Jesse wear a wire to have a conversation with Walt. Walt wants to make things easier and doesn’t realize he’s working for the DEA. Jesse is skeptical about meeting Mr. White in public, but he has a better idea: he will go after Walt’s cash.

They don’t know where Walt placed it. They know how to find it. Huell Babineaux informs them that Patrick Kuby and he had helped Walt stuff cash in 55-gallon drum barrels. Jesse then texts Walt a photo of cash burning in such a container. He calls Walt, then says that he has found his money and will start burning $10,000 per minute until Walt arrives.

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Panicking, Walt flew out into the desert to find the cash. He realizes that he was being tricked when he arrives at the desert and sees no one around. Hank, Jesse and Steve had followed his phone to there. Busted. Jack Welker’s arrest was unfortunately thwarted (and sets up the series finale), but it was a genius plan nonetheless.

11. Walt and Jesse buying time by killing Gale

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Gus Fring, a meth kingpin and humble restaurateur, is very careful about maintaining a low profile. However there are dark sides to being clean. You don’t just need to tell the truth and avoid discussing criminal activity in public. But, you must also deal with loose ends. Particularly dangerous time bombs such as Walt and Jesse who are as reckless as they can be meth-chefs.

Jesse discovers that Combo, his friend, was killed by a child working for Fring’s enforcers. This feud escalates. We won’t go into the details. Jesse is killed by Walt before the enforcers can kill him. Jesse hides while Gus plans to quietly kill Walt once Gale Boetticher (Jesse’s replacement) can manage the cook.

Walt realizes how much time Gale takes to cook and asks suspiciously many questions. Jesse is then told by Gale that they must kill Gale in order to force Fring to stop falling behind with meth cooking. Jesse shooting Gale is a sad moment in the show. However, it does buy them valuable time which Walt uses to get Fring’s drop one season later.

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12. Pulling a train heist

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Walt and Jesse don’t have to worry about supply issues while working for Gus. Critical methylamine is now in short supply after they started their own meth-cooking business following Fring’s fall. Madrigal Electromotive executive Lydia Rodarte­Quayle offers the trio valuable information in exchange for her life. Mega amounts of methylamine are transported by train across the desert. The train crew cannot call the police on a small portion of the route because there is no reception. These geniuses have all they need to pull off the greatest train heist in history.

Patrick Kuby, Saul Goodman’s enforcer/conman, will have problems with the car on a particular section of tracks. This will position the target train car just over a small bridge. Kuby is assisted by conductors to fix the vehicle and Mike watches over the situation. Walt, Jesse and Todd Alquist then rush to attach hoses to the train car in order to empty the methylamine into an underground container beneath the bridge. They then replace the methylamine with water of equal weight, so that nobody will notice it was ever lifted.

The plan works despite some near misses (until Todd tragically kills a child who saw them afterwards). This is the best scheme in a show full of brilliant ideas.

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