Jane Margolis (Krysten Ritter) from Breaking Bad was certainly no saint. She was a recovering addict who got Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) hooked on injecting heroin mixed with crystal. The 26-year-old tattoo artist also had a sinister side. We saw it when she blackmailed Walt (Bryan Cranston) for Jesse's half of the money. Then again, it was Jesse who got her off the wagon in the first place, and Walt had little right to keep Jesse's money.
During Season 2 of the AMC series, Jesse's girlfriend became the love of his life. Theirs was a passionate story of two young, lonely, broken outsiders who found refuge in each other. But they never stood a chance - not with Walter White still manipulating and controlling Jesse's life.
Of all the surprising and devastating deaths to occur over the course of five jaw-dropping seasons of Breaking Bad, Jane's was perhaps the most shocking. The moment Walt simply stood by and let a young woman perish, when he could have easily saved her, served as the true turning point for Walt's transition from Mr. Chips to Scarface.
This is in dedication to Jane - a tragic Breaking Bad character who was trying to put her life back together. It all changed when she made one seemingly innocent but ultimately fatal decision: to rent out the next-door apartment to Jesse Pinkman.
Jane Was A Recovering Addict Who Had Her Life Back Together
She Is Initially Strong And In-Command, If A Little Lonely
A Portrait Of Poet And Artist Elizabeth Bishop Hangs In Jane's Duplex
When Jesse Walks Into Her Life, She Falls In Love Fast
She Understandably Lies To Her Dad About Jesse, Leading To Her Apology Girl Sketch
Because Jesse Doesn't Get The Help He Needs, He Reintroduces Narcotics Into Jane's LifePhoto: AMC / https://www.amazon.com/The-Break-In/dp/B001TXWJ4M/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=breaking+bad+season+2&qid=1599264183&sr=8-2