What did Walter White do to Gus?

What did Walter White do to Gus?

When Walter White seeks a buyer for his chemically pure meth, he is put in contact with Gus through Saul Goodman. Walt manages to persuade Gus into purchasing thirty-eight pounds of his meth for $1.2 million; after the product yields good returns, Gus offers Walt $3 million for three months of his time.

Could Gus Fring have survived?

He could have passed out or died on the spot, but assuming that he stayed conscious, he should have been physically able to walk a few steps before succumbing to his wounds.

How did Walter outsmart Gus?

Gus Fring gets blown up by Hector Salamanca in ‘Face Off’ But Gus has never seen clearly when it came to Hector. Because of this, Walt turns Hector into a suicide bomber, rigging an explosive to his wheelchair that detonates at the push of his bell.

Why did Gus choose Jesse over Walt?

Originally Answered: Why has Gustavo Fring chosen Jesse over Walt to run the lab when they are clearly both high risk? He chooses Jesse because he needs Walt dead, and Jesse prevents that, and he needs a cook other than Walt, and Jesse is the only one available (Gale & Victor are both dead).

Who kills Gus Fring?

With a pipe bomb equipped to his wheelchair, Hector carried out the assassination of Gus – but his death wasn’t instantaneous. After the bomb detonated in Hector’s nursing home, Gus walked out of room seemingly unharmed.

Did Gus see Walt on the roof?

Folks are like, “Did he see something?” No! Gus listens to his inside gut, and something is just off. This writer didn’t suspect Gus ever saw Walt since it never looked like the two made eye contact.

Who is better Gus or Walt?

Gustavo accomplished far more than Walt did. He built a multinational drug empire, took down the cartel AND what built what was allegedly a pretty great chicken joint. 🙂 We know how much Walt was worth at the height of his career but we really don’t know how much Gustavo was worth.

How long did Walt work for Gus?

Gus Fring initially hired Walter for 3 months for his service, which he later extended it to 1 year. Of course, he wanted Gale to learn Walter’s formula and replicate it eventually since Walter was more like a consultant and he had cancer.

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