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Jesse Bruce Pinkman ist eine fiktive Figur in der Fernsehserie Breaking Bad, gespielt von Aaron Paul. Er ist ein Kristall-Meth-Koch und -Händler und arbeitet mit seinem ehemaligen Chemielehrer an der High School, Walter White, in einer. Jesse Pinkman ist der Partner von Walter White im Methamphetamingeschäft. Er hilft ihm von Anfang. Jesse Bruce Pinkman (Aaron Paul) ist Walters ehemaliger Schüler und nun sein Kompagnon im Drogengeschäft. Er wuchs in. Aaron Paul Sturtevant (* August in Emmett, Idaho) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Schauspieler, der vor allem durch seine Rolle als Jesse Pinkman in der. "Breaking-Bad"-Film "El Camino" auf Netflix: Der arme, arme Jesse Pinkman. Achtung: Dieser Text enthält Spoiler zur Serie "Breaking Bad". Matthias Dell im Gespräch mit Gesa Ufer. Beitrag hören Podcast abonnieren. Jesse Pinkman mit Bart und fettigen Haaren versteckt sich hinter. #lifehack: Gesund werden mit Walter White und Jesse Pinkman. Aktualisiert: Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul Characters: Walter H. White, Jesse​.

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More of the Cast. Badger Matt Jones Badger is one of Jesse's stoner friends and a street dealer. Gustavo Fring Giancarlo Esposito Gus Fring is the owner of a fast food chicken restaurant and a major meth distributor.

He is also a DEA agent. Jane Margolis Krysten Ritter Jane is Jesse's landlady and girlfriend and also a recovering drug addict.

Mike Ehrmantraut Jonathan Banks Mike worked for Gus and is Saul's go-to guy when his clients get in sticky situations. He's the quintessential shady lawyer.

Todd Alquist Jesse Plemons Todd is Walt's former lab assistant whose uncle's prison connections prove invaluable.

Tuco Salamanca Raymond Cruz Tuco is a meth distributor known for extreme violence. Walter White, Jr. Select your provider. Jesse shows up at Gale's apartment and, after a moment's hesitation, shoots him dead.

Immediately after Gale's murder, Walt and Jesse are brought back to the superlab. Stuck with Walt and Jesse because he does not have Gale, and angry at Victor for being recognized at the scene of Gale's murder, Gus slices Victor's throat with a box cutter in a gruesome show of force.

Jesse dismisses Walt's fears that Gus is planning to kill them. He attempts to distract himself from the trauma of killing Gale by setting up a perpetual drug rave at his house.

He also places a large amount of drug money in Andrea's mailbox, urging her to leave Albuquerque with her young son, Brock.

Jesse becomes increasingly indifferent to his own welfare, and steals meth from the superlab to fuel his drug-laden parties.

Mike informs Gus of Jesse's recklessness, but instead of ordering Jesse's death, Gus has Mike take Jesse on an errand to collect drop money.

On the last pickup, Jesse sees a man with a shotgun approaching the car and attempts to run him over, then rams the man's car and drives away.

It is revealed that the man with the shotgun was working for Mike, and this was designed to get Jesse out of his state of depression and make him more loyal to Gus.

Walt correctly guesses that Gus is trying to drive a wedge into their partnership, but Jesse dismisses him. During Jesse's next assignment with Mike, which involves the retrieval of stolen meth from two addicts, Jesse gets one addict fixated on digging a hole in the yard and disarms the other, which impresses Gus.

Shortly afterward, Jesse resumes his relationship with Andrea and becomes a father figure to Brock. Walt tasks Jesse with killing Gus with a vial of ricin , which Jesse hides in a cigarette.

Later on, when Gus is meeting with members of the cartel, Jesse considers spiking Gus' coffee with the ricin but refrains from doing so upon realizing that he could poison the third parties present and might end up drinking the coffee himself.

Walt pushes Jesse to try to set up a meeting, when Walt learns Hank is investigating Gus, but Walt backs off when he sees a text message implying that Jesse has been lying about not meeting Gus.

Walt puts a tracking device on Jesse's vehicle and learns that Jesse had dinner at Gus' house the night before.

Walt confronts Jesse, leading to a physical fight. Jesse gains the upper hand and commands Walt to leave and never come back. Gus and Mike take Jesse on a trip to Mexico to have him teach Walt's formula to the cartel's chemists.

Impressed with Jesse's skill, Gus seemingly arranges to have Jesse become their permanent cook.

However, during a party, Gus uses a poisoned bottle of tequila to kill off the cartel's leadership, including its chieftain, Don Eladio.

Jesse saves Mike, who is shot during the chaos, and Gus, who purposely drank the poisoned tequila to get the cartel to do the same.

Afterward, Gus offers to hire Jesse as his full-time cook. Jesse accepts on the condition that Gus spare Walt's life. When Walt's wife Skyler and his children receive protection from the DEA following a threat on Hank's life, Gus uses the information to portray Walt as an informant, further attempting to widen the gap between Walt and Jesse.

Walt goes to Jesse's house to plead for help, but Jesse throws him off his property. Shortly afterward, Brock falls deathly ill.

Jesse guesses that Brock has been poisoned by ricin and immediately assumes Walt is responsible. Jesse shows up at Walt's house and confronts him at gunpoint.

However, Walt convinces Jesse that it was Gus who poisoned Brock, reminding him of Gus' willingness to kill children.

Jesse eventually tells Saul about Gus' visits to Hector's retirement home, leading Walt to visit Hector himself and talk him into luring Gus to the location.

Gus is subsequently killed when Walt sets up and Hector activates a pipe bomb beneath the elderly drug lord's wheelchair.

After learning of Gus' death, Walt storms Gus' superlab and rescues Jesse. After they destroy the superlab, Jesse reveals that Brock was not poisoned by ricin, but by Lily of the Valley berries.

Jesse realizes that Gus could not have poisoned Brock, but Walt assures him that killing Gus was the only course of action they could have taken.

The final scene of the fourth season shows a potted Lily of the Valley in Walt's backyard, revealing that Walt had poisoned Brock in order to regain Jesse's loyalty and spur him into action as part of Walt's plan to kill Gus.

Jesse is torn up about what happened to Brock and becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to the ricin. Jesse has Walt help him search Jesse's house for the cigarette containing the poison.

Walt plants a replica of the ricin cigarette in Jesse's vacuum cleaner, which Jesse finds. Soon afterward, Walt's manipulations of Jesse's feelings for Andrea and Brock cause him to break up with her so they'll be safe from the effects of his involvement in selling drugs.

He and Walt join forces with Mike to establish their own meth operation. After their supplier, Lydia Rodarte-Quayle , is unable to continue stealing methylamine precursor by the barrel, she puts them onto a way to steal 1, gallons from a train traveling through New Mexico.

During the heist, their accomplice, Todd Alquist , shoots and kills a young boy, Drew Sharp, who was witness to the crime. Walt refuses to sell his share, and Declan will not buy unless he gets it all.

Instead, Walt makes a deal that enables Jesse and Mike to be paid, while Walt continues to cook for Declan.

Hoping to lure Jesse back as his assistant, Walt refuses to pay him, and Jesse leaves, saying he'd rather give up the money than continue in the drug business.

When Walt decides to stop cooking, he goes to Jesse's house and pays him his share of the buyout. Overwhelmed with guilt for Drew's death, and correctly guessing that Mike is dead, Jesse tries to give his money to Saul with instructions to give half to Mike's granddaughter, and half to the parents of the boy Todd shot.

When Saul refuses because doing so will draw too much attention, Jesse drives around town randomly tossing bundles of cash onto sidewalks and front lawns.

Jesse does not confess anything and Saul soon posts his bail. Saul, Walt, and Jesse meet in the desert, where Walt suggests that Jesse skip town and start over with a new identity.

Jesse agrees, but just as he is about to be picked up by Ed "the disapperaer", he realizes that Saul's bodyguard Huell took his ricin cigarette, meaning that Walt was the one who orchestrated Brock's poisoning.

Jesse goes back to Saul's office and assaults Saul, who admits that Walt told him to steal the ricin. Jesse then goes to Walt's house and pours gasoline, intending to burn it down.

Hank allows Jesse to stay at his house so he can tape Jesse's confession. Hank plans to have Jesse wear a wire in order to Walt making incriminating statements.

Jesse goes to the meeting, while Hank and his partner Steve Gomez watch in surveillance trucks. Jesse notices a suspicious man near Walt, mistakenly assumes that Walt has hired a hitman.

He walks to a pay phone, calls Walt, and says he intends to end Walt's drug business. Jesse then tells Hank he has a better way to get to Walt: through his drug money.

Hank interrogates Huell and deduces that Walt buried his money in the desert. Jesse calls Walt claiming that he has found the money and threatens to burn it if Walt does not show up.

Walt falls for the ruse and drives into the desert to check on the cash. Hank and Jesse follow Walt. Walt realizes Jesse has tricked him and calls Todd's uncle with a request to come to the site and kill Jesse.

Walt is arrested and Jesse spits in his face. Jack's crew then arrive despite being told not to, and a gunfight ensues in which Hank and Gomez are killed.

Jesse hides under Walt's car, but Walt gives away Jesse's location. Just before Jack's gang takes Jesse away, Walt spitefully tells Jesse that he was present when Jane overdosed, and that he watched her die instead of saving her life.

At Todd's headquarters, the gang beats Jesse until he reveals all he knows and then locks him in a cell. Todd escorts the chained Jesse to a meth lab, where Jesse notices a photograph of Andrea and Brock, before Todd tells him he must cook meth for the gang.

Jesse escapes, but is quickly recaptured. As punishment, Todd takes Jesse to Andrea's house and kills her while Jesse watches. Jack threatens to kill Brock if Jesse attempts to escape again.

A few months later, Walt returns from his hiding place in New Hampshire. After discovering that Jesse is alive, Walt goes to Jack's compound, claiming to have a new meth formula to sell.

Jack intends to kill Walt, but Walt accuses Jack of partnering with Jesse to sell meth. Jack has Jesse brought in so he can prove Jesse is forced to work for him and is not a partner.

Walt tackles Jesse to the floor just as gunfire from a machine gun Walt had hidden in his car erupts on the building, killing Jack's entire gang except for Jack and Todd.

Jesse strangles Todd to death using the chain from his shackles, then takes the key from Todd's pocket and frees himself. Walt fatally shoots Jack in the head.

Walt then hands Jesse the gun and asks Jesse to kill him. Jesse tells Walt that if he wants to die, he should do it himself.

Before Jesse leaves, Walt answers a call from Lydia to Todd's phone and tells her she will soon be dead because he poisoned her with ricin.

Jesse gives Walt a final nod before driving off in Todd's El Camino, laughing and crying with relief. Pete stays home and awaits police, intending to cover for Jesse by claiming he traded the Thunderbird for the El Camino.

Jesse learns from the news that Walt died at the compound and Lydia Rodarte-Quayle is critically ill from being poisoned, and will not survive.

Knowing from past events that Todd hid money in his apartment, Jesse sneaks into Todd's apartment and searches for it.

He finds it after several hours, but Neil and Casey arrive, identify themselves as police to Lou, Todd's busybody neighbor, and enter the apartment to search.

Jesse hides but holds Casey at gunpoint after Casey finds him. Neil disarms Jesse, who realizes they are not police but thugs also looking for Todd's money.

To save himself, Jesse reveals he found the cash and Casey distracts Lou while Jesse and Neil bargain over dividing it.

As they depart, Jesse recognizes Neil as the welder who built the tether he was fastened to while forced to cook meth for the Brotherhood.

Knowing they are being surveilled, Jesse calls his parents and feigns willingness to surrender, drawing them and police away from the Pinkman house.

Jesse enters unseen and takes two pistols from his father's safe, a Colt Woodsman and an Iver Johnson Hammerless. Jesse drives to Neil's shop.

Seeing the Woodsman in Jesse's waistband, Neil challenges Jesse to a duel for his share of the cash. Jesse agrees and Neil reaches for his gun, but Jesse shoots him to death with the Hammerless, which was concealed in his coat pocket and already aimed at Neil.

Casey attempts to fire at Jesse, but Jesse shoots him dead. Jesse collects the driver's licenses of Neil and Casey's three friends and lets them leave after threatening to return and kill them if they tell police.

He recovers Neil's cash and departs after setting an explosion to cover his tracks. Ed provides Jesse a new identity as "Mr. Driscoll" and smuggles him to Haines, Alaska.

Jesse hands Ed a letter for Brock and says there is no one else he wants to say goodbye to. As Jesse drives off, he has a flashback to his time with Jane.

Jesse drives on, smiling at the prospect of a new life. However, Gilligan said by the second episode of the season, he was so impressed with Jesse's character and Aaron Paul's performance that "it became pretty clear early on that it would be a huge, colossal mistake to kill off Jesse".

Paul has said that he initially saw the character as "black-and-white", but that over time it had become evident that Jesse "has a huge heart; it just got messed up".

Paul felt that he had a "lock" onto who the character was when making the episode " Cancer Man " in which Jesse's family is introduced.

Paul also noted how after Jesse's parents disown him, the character looks for a father figure in Walt and Mike. The writers wrestled with the question of how long Jesse's innocence would survive Walt's influence.

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Walt pushes Jesse to try to set up a meeting, when Walt learns Hank is investigating Gus, but Walt backs off when he sees a text message implying that Jesse has been lying about not meeting Gus.

Walt puts a tracking device on Jesse's vehicle and learns that Jesse had dinner at Gus' house the night before. Walt confronts Jesse, leading to a physical fight.

Jesse gains the upper hand and commands Walt to leave and never come back. Gus and Mike take Jesse on a trip to Mexico to have him teach Walt's formula to the cartel's chemists.

Impressed with Jesse's skill, Gus seemingly arranges to have Jesse become their permanent cook. However, during a party, Gus uses a poisoned bottle of tequila to kill off the cartel's leadership, including its chieftain, Don Eladio.

Jesse saves Mike, who is shot during the chaos, and Gus, who purposely drank the poisoned tequila to get the cartel to do the same.

Afterward, Gus offers to hire Jesse as his full-time cook. Jesse accepts on the condition that Gus spare Walt's life. When Walt's wife Skyler and his children receive protection from the DEA following a threat on Hank's life, Gus uses the information to portray Walt as an informant, further attempting to widen the gap between Walt and Jesse.

Walt goes to Jesse's house to plead for help, but Jesse throws him off his property. Shortly afterward, Brock falls deathly ill.

Jesse guesses that Brock has been poisoned by ricin and immediately assumes Walt is responsible.

Jesse shows up at Walt's house and confronts him at gunpoint. However, Walt convinces Jesse that it was Gus who poisoned Brock, reminding him of Gus' willingness to kill children.

Jesse eventually tells Saul about Gus' visits to Hector's retirement home, leading Walt to visit Hector himself and talk him into luring Gus to the location.

Gus is subsequently killed when Walt sets up and Hector activates a pipe bomb beneath the elderly drug lord's wheelchair. After learning of Gus' death, Walt storms Gus' superlab and rescues Jesse.

After they destroy the superlab, Jesse reveals that Brock was not poisoned by ricin, but by Lily of the Valley berries.

Jesse realizes that Gus could not have poisoned Brock, but Walt assures him that killing Gus was the only course of action they could have taken.

The final scene of the fourth season shows a potted Lily of the Valley in Walt's backyard, revealing that Walt had poisoned Brock in order to regain Jesse's loyalty and spur him into action as part of Walt's plan to kill Gus.

Jesse is torn up about what happened to Brock and becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to the ricin.

Jesse has Walt help him search Jesse's house for the cigarette containing the poison. Walt plants a replica of the ricin cigarette in Jesse's vacuum cleaner, which Jesse finds.

Soon afterward, Walt's manipulations of Jesse's feelings for Andrea and Brock cause him to break up with her so they'll be safe from the effects of his involvement in selling drugs.

He and Walt join forces with Mike to establish their own meth operation. After their supplier, Lydia Rodarte-Quayle , is unable to continue stealing methylamine precursor by the barrel, she puts them onto a way to steal 1, gallons from a train traveling through New Mexico.

During the heist, their accomplice, Todd Alquist , shoots and kills a young boy, Drew Sharp, who was witness to the crime.

Walt refuses to sell his share, and Declan will not buy unless he gets it all. Instead, Walt makes a deal that enables Jesse and Mike to be paid, while Walt continues to cook for Declan.

Hoping to lure Jesse back as his assistant, Walt refuses to pay him, and Jesse leaves, saying he'd rather give up the money than continue in the drug business.

When Walt decides to stop cooking, he goes to Jesse's house and pays him his share of the buyout. Overwhelmed with guilt for Drew's death, and correctly guessing that Mike is dead, Jesse tries to give his money to Saul with instructions to give half to Mike's granddaughter, and half to the parents of the boy Todd shot.

When Saul refuses because doing so will draw too much attention, Jesse drives around town randomly tossing bundles of cash onto sidewalks and front lawns.

Jesse does not confess anything and Saul soon posts his bail. Saul, Walt, and Jesse meet in the desert, where Walt suggests that Jesse skip town and start over with a new identity.

Jesse agrees, but just as he is about to be picked up by Ed "the disapperaer", he realizes that Saul's bodyguard Huell took his ricin cigarette, meaning that Walt was the one who orchestrated Brock's poisoning.

Jesse goes back to Saul's office and assaults Saul, who admits that Walt told him to steal the ricin. Jesse then goes to Walt's house and pours gasoline, intending to burn it down.

Hank allows Jesse to stay at his house so he can tape Jesse's confession. Hank plans to have Jesse wear a wire in order to Walt making incriminating statements.

Jesse goes to the meeting, while Hank and his partner Steve Gomez watch in surveillance trucks. Jesse notices a suspicious man near Walt, mistakenly assumes that Walt has hired a hitman.

He walks to a pay phone, calls Walt, and says he intends to end Walt's drug business. Jesse then tells Hank he has a better way to get to Walt: through his drug money.

Hank interrogates Huell and deduces that Walt buried his money in the desert. Jesse calls Walt claiming that he has found the money and threatens to burn it if Walt does not show up.

Walt falls for the ruse and drives into the desert to check on the cash. Hank and Jesse follow Walt. Walt realizes Jesse has tricked him and calls Todd's uncle with a request to come to the site and kill Jesse.

Walt is arrested and Jesse spits in his face. Jack's crew then arrive despite being told not to, and a gunfight ensues in which Hank and Gomez are killed.

Jesse hides under Walt's car, but Walt gives away Jesse's location. Just before Jack's gang takes Jesse away, Walt spitefully tells Jesse that he was present when Jane overdosed, and that he watched her die instead of saving her life.

At Todd's headquarters, the gang beats Jesse until he reveals all he knows and then locks him in a cell. Todd escorts the chained Jesse to a meth lab, where Jesse notices a photograph of Andrea and Brock, before Todd tells him he must cook meth for the gang.

Jesse escapes, but is quickly recaptured. As punishment, Todd takes Jesse to Andrea's house and kills her while Jesse watches.

Jack threatens to kill Brock if Jesse attempts to escape again. A few months later, Walt returns from his hiding place in New Hampshire.

After discovering that Jesse is alive, Walt goes to Jack's compound, claiming to have a new meth formula to sell. Jack intends to kill Walt, but Walt accuses Jack of partnering with Jesse to sell meth.

Jack has Jesse brought in so he can prove Jesse is forced to work for him and is not a partner. Walt tackles Jesse to the floor just as gunfire from a machine gun Walt had hidden in his car erupts on the building, killing Jack's entire gang except for Jack and Todd.

Jesse strangles Todd to death using the chain from his shackles, then takes the key from Todd's pocket and frees himself.

Walt fatally shoots Jack in the head. Walt then hands Jesse the gun and asks Jesse to kill him. Jesse tells Walt that if he wants to die, he should do it himself.

Before Jesse leaves, Walt answers a call from Lydia to Todd's phone and tells her she will soon be dead because he poisoned her with ricin.

Jesse gives Walt a final nod before driving off in Todd's El Camino, laughing and crying with relief. Pete stays home and awaits police, intending to cover for Jesse by claiming he traded the Thunderbird for the El Camino.

Jesse learns from the news that Walt died at the compound and Lydia Rodarte-Quayle is critically ill from being poisoned, and will not survive. Knowing from past events that Todd hid money in his apartment, Jesse sneaks into Todd's apartment and searches for it.

He finds it after several hours, but Neil and Casey arrive, identify themselves as police to Lou, Todd's busybody neighbor, and enter the apartment to search.

Jesse hides but holds Casey at gunpoint after Casey finds him. Neil disarms Jesse, who realizes they are not police but thugs also looking for Todd's money.

To save himself, Jesse reveals he found the cash and Casey distracts Lou while Jesse and Neil bargain over dividing it.

As they depart, Jesse recognizes Neil as the welder who built the tether he was fastened to while forced to cook meth for the Brotherhood.

Knowing they are being surveilled, Jesse calls his parents and feigns willingness to surrender, drawing them and police away from the Pinkman house.

Jesse enters unseen and takes two pistols from his father's safe, a Colt Woodsman and an Iver Johnson Hammerless.

Jesse drives to Neil's shop. Seeing the Woodsman in Jesse's waistband, Neil challenges Jesse to a duel for his share of the cash.

Jesse agrees and Neil reaches for his gun, but Jesse shoots him to death with the Hammerless, which was concealed in his coat pocket and already aimed at Neil.

Casey attempts to fire at Jesse, but Jesse shoots him dead. Jesse collects the driver's licenses of Neil and Casey's three friends and lets them leave after threatening to return and kill them if they tell police.

He recovers Neil's cash and departs after setting an explosion to cover his tracks. Ed provides Jesse a new identity as "Mr.

Driscoll" and smuggles him to Haines, Alaska. Jesse hands Ed a letter for Brock and says there is no one else he wants to say goodbye to.

As Jesse drives off, he has a flashback to his time with Jane. Jesse drives on, smiling at the prospect of a new life.

However, Gilligan said by the second episode of the season, he was so impressed with Jesse's character and Aaron Paul's performance that "it became pretty clear early on that it would be a huge, colossal mistake to kill off Jesse".

Paul has said that he initially saw the character as "black-and-white", but that over time it had become evident that Jesse "has a huge heart; it just got messed up".

Paul felt that he had a "lock" onto who the character was when making the episode " Cancer Man " in which Jesse's family is introduced.

Paul also noted how after Jesse's parents disown him, the character looks for a father figure in Walt and Mike.

The writers wrestled with the question of how long Jesse's innocence would survive Walt's influence. Paul found it difficult to play Jesse sober in the third season.

Paul says it "really threw me for a loop. It was hard to nail him. I had no idea where they were going with this character.

He's so numb and cut off from everything. The fourth season premiere, " Box Cutter ", showed Walt pleading with Gus to save Jesse, demonstrating Walt's paternal relationship with and loyalty to Jesse.

Walt tells Gus that he refuses to continue cooking if Gus kills Jesse. Paul felt this was "the first moment that Jesse realizes that Walt's loyalty is to Jesse.

The party scenes at Jesse's house in " Thirty-Eight Snub " and " Open House " were created as a way for Jesse to cope with his guilt and self-hatred after murdering Gale Boetticher in the third-season finale, " Full Measure ".

The writers discussed how Jesse would react to having killed Gale, and they chose the party story arc, in part, because they felt it would be the most unexpected for the audience.

That everybody suffers, deals with their own personal loss in many different ways. The party scenes continued in the next episode, " Open House ," though the party was darker and more decrepit in this episode.

In "Open House," Jesse goes go-karting by himself. The idea was inspired by Paul and other crew members going kart racing between filming episodes.

Gillian has said that he deliberately left Jesse's ultimate fate ambiguous at the end of "Felina" , preferring to let the viewer decide what happens to him.

Regarding Pinkman's new life after the events of the film in Haines, Alaska , Gilligan speculated that Pinkman "would enjoy the brewery and maybe get a job with the ski manufacturer Jesse's character development has received universal acclaim.

Alan Sepinwall noticed a gradual shift of the audience's sympathies from Walt to Jesse, who had received mixed reception in the first season. Her opinion changed beginning with "Peekaboo".

Gilligan said the writers' decision to write that episode was to get into Jesse's mind-set. Alan Sepinwall noted how " Down " showed how far Jesse had fallen: Jesse, once a kid with a normal suburban life, becomes a drug dealer.

Sepinwall noted how Jesse was "trapped," which made his storyline parallel Walt's character arc. Sepinwall also praised Paul's work. Seth Amitin of IGN wrote of the episode: though Jesse was close to rock bottom, he still could not admit or accept his problems.

Amitin called Jesse the "coward in all of us in tough situations. He noted that though Jesse is rebuilding his life, he has not learned from his mistakes.

Jesse's role in " Full Measure " garnered positive reviews. Tim Goodman of the San Francisco Chronicle called the episode "an exclamation mark on the tortured journey of Jesse.

Huff of PopMatters called Jesse's story arc an "emotional rollercoaster animated by intense grief. Michael Arbeiter praised Paul's performance in " Box Cutter ," calling him "phenomenal" despite barely speaking any dialogue in the episode.

That's a tribute to the writers, obviously, but it's also a tribute to Paul, who always seems to be on the verge of either imploding or exploding — and may even be able to pull off both at once.

I wouldn't assume he can't. At the beginning, everyone — including me — saw him as just a drug burn-out. A kid with no sorta brains.

But as each episode was revealed to everybody, it showed quite the opposite. It's incredible how Walt and Jesse are completely trading positions.

Walt has no morals whatsoever any more, and Jesse, who wants to try to be good, is terrified of him. Robert Downs Schultz of PopMatters notes that while Jesse and Walt are both murderous liars, thieves, con-men, and drug dealers filled with selfishness and a desire for respect, only Jesse feels it.

While both characters damage the lives of their loved ones, only Jesse is consumed by guilt, remorse, and self-hatred. Schultz writes that Jesse knows he is a bad person who can never properly repent for his sins.

A life of crime, however, seems to be the only way for Jesse to not be a failure. Schultz disagrees, saying that Jesse is simply the "conscience of the show, the moral center, the heart," but rather a more complex character.

Alyssa Rosenberg of ThinkProgress deemed Jesse and Walt's relationship "powerful because of its contradictions rather than its clarity.

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