Krysten Ritter on what it was like to Film Jane’s ending in Breaking Bad

Despite the passage of time, the viewers will never forget the most heartbreaking sequence from Breaking Bad. When Jane, Jesse Pinkman’s girlfriend, passes away. Krysten Ritter reportedly recalls this moment well and described how it felt to record it for the show.

Fans regard this scene as the most terrifying in the entire series. There, we witness how Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who had learned that Jesse was in poor condition due to drug addiction, broke into his home. He attempts to wake Jesse up, who is very high at the moment, He sees Jane laying on her side, and she begins to choke on her vomit. Walter does nothing at that moment and lets her choke on her vomit.

In an interview with People TV, Krysten Ritter once discussed Jane’s fate in Breaking Bad. She revealed that she was initially thrilled when she saw the screenplay and felt it was exciting and even said:

“It wasn’t really until we were shooting it that the whole death around the character hit me,” “So, I knew I was gonna die. I’m reading the script, I’m like, ‘Cool, rock and roll, she dies. So fun!'”

“But then you’re doing it,” “and you’re in this death makeup; they built a cast for my chest so that Aaron Paul can really be pounding on my chest. And then Bryan Cranston, after the take, you just see him sitting quietly in the corner. It was intense, and I will never forget it.”