"Tread carefully" is what Walter White (Bryan Cranston) had said to his brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris) in "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 09, "Blood Money." In "Breaking Bad" 5 Episode 11, "Confessions," he warns him with his "Confession." This one of a kind confession has the potential to frame the innocent and put the tag of drug-lord on him. It is cold, cruel and threatening.
Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and Walter White (Bryan Cranston)
In "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 11, "Confessions," Hank gets a reaction from a listless Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) when he mentions that he knows that his brother-in-law is 'Heisenberg'. But, he fails to get a word against Walt. Before he could persuade Jesse to talk against Walt, Saul (Bob Odenkirk) storms in with the right papers to get him out of the interrogation cell.
Walt meets Jesse at his favourite spot, the barren desert, and asks him to turn over a new leaf. He provides him a way out with a new identity and tells him to begin clean slate, forgetting that it was nothing more than a bad dream. Saul knows a man who can help him get a new identity. Jesse feels that Walt is there because he wants him gone, and he asks him to kill him the way, he killed Mike and "drop the whole concern thing." Walt hugs a teary-eyed Jesse in one of the most emotional moments of the "Breaking Bad" Season 5.
Saul prepares for Jesse to leave the town and start afresh with a new identity -- the man who is a "credit to the society." Jesse wants to go to Alaska and reaches the spot where he is supposed to meet the man. But, he is back and punches Saul in his face when he realises Walt, ricin and the poisoning of Brock (Ian Posada) connection, and that Saul knew all about that. He is furious and lands at Walt's residence with gasoline. He is all set to burn Walt's house down.
Jesse's fired-up the moment Walt thought he has doused the fire called Hank and it is back to normal business as usual. Marie (Betsy Brandt) invites Walt Junior (RJ Mitte) to her house but Walt tells him that his cancer has returned and Walt Junior decides not to go to Hank's residence. Walt, Skyler (Anna Gunn), Marie and Hank have dinner together at a Mexican restaurant. It is less of a building bridges family get-together but more of telling that, you better watch out. Hank wants Walt to "step-up, be a man and admit." Skyler says "it is all in the past" and Marie no longer knows "where the lies begin and end." And, Walt gives his confession video to Hank.
Walter White's "This is my Confession":
"If you're watching this video, I'm probably dead or murdered by my brother-in-law Hank Schrader. Hank has been building a meth empire for over a year now and he is using me as his chemist. Shortly after my 50th birthday, he asked that I use my Chemistry knowledge to cook meth ... which he would then sell using connections that he made through his career with DEA. I was astounded. I always thought Hank is a very moral man."
He tells in the video that it was Hank who pointed out the benefits of cooking meth and since he was vulnerable because of his cancer diagnosis, he had no other option. He frames Hank for the murder of Fring and blames him for other nefarious activities. The confession video makes Hank look like a monster and Walt the innocent lamb who had no option but to follow the orders of the monster..
Walt almost thought he can breathe now and tells Skyler the same but Jesse has opened up another front to battle. He has a gun and it is highly possible that he may try to kill Jesse and melt his body in a chemical.
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