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The Most
Devastating
Deaths On
Breaking Bad
By WILL FANCHER

THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR "Breaking Bad."

SPOILER WARNING!

After a meeting with Walt and Jesse goes sideways, Domingo “Krazy-8” Molina is held prisoner in Jesse's basement. As Walt and Krazy-8 start bonding, Krazy-8 arms himself with a shard of a broken plate — Walt’s survival instincts kick in, and the ensuing fight and death scene is brutal and ugly.
Krazy-8
One of Jesse’s goofball stoner friends, Christian “Combo” Ortega, helps handle Walt and Jesse’s meth sales and is working a street corner when a young boy bicycles around. Combo is shot by the young boy on the bicycle, whose name is Tomas, and he has his own spot on this list.
COMBO
Walt finds Jesse and his new girlfriend Jane Margolis, a recovering drug addict, high and passed out, when Jane begins to throw up. Walt could save her, but instead, he watches Jane choke to death and feels no guilt, not revealing his role in her death until the end of the series.
Jane
Jane's death hits her father Donald hard, and although he is shaky, he returns to his job as an air traffic controller to recover from his grief. Unfortunately, while guiding Wayfarer flight 515, his mind begins to wander, causing Wayfarer 515 to collide with another aircraft high above ABQ.
Wayfarer Passengers
Jesse finds out that Tomas, the young boy who shot Combo, works for Gus and asks Walt to intercede. Gus calls a meeting to declare that the gang is to no longer use children in their business, and while the dealers agree, they take Gus' directions literally by killing Tomas.
Tomas