A question about Breaking Bad?
Why did Walt let Jane die? Why didn't he tried to save her?
- ocularnervosaLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Jane was interfering with his arrangement with Jessie. Get her out of the way and he could get back to his master plan.
- Anonymous2 months ago
She was bad for business. She was also turning Jessie's head too much, making his question Walt. She had to go.
- 2 months ago
Walt is a bad person who cares more about himself than other peoples' well-being. Jane had turned Jesse against Walt and forced Walt to give Jesse his money, so it was more convenient for Walt to let the woman die.
- EntropyLv 72 months ago
Because Jane was competing with Walt for Jesse's attention. Walt wanted Jesse focused on the business, but Jesse was falling for Jane and moving away from Walt. Walt wasn't evil enough yet to outright kill her, but he was evil enough to let her die and not intervene when the opportunity arose.
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- Canada > usaLv 62 months ago
He didnt want to lose jesse