Does Walter Jr ever get the money?
In an interview, show creator Vince Gilligan confirmed that Walter Jr. eventually received his father's drug money through Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz, which he had arranged beforehand.
In that very episode, we discover Walter White had more than quadrupled his initial goal. In fact it was the three times the quadruple of his initial goal. He had earned enough to be called North America's richest meth dealer this side of the continent.
Seems only fair, given what they'd done to him on Charlie Rose. But when it's all said and done, Walter's pride cost his son nearly $3.0 million, before considering any New Mexico gift taxes.
No, he didn't.
In the last episodes of Breaking Bad, Walter's fortune of 80 million dollars is split among 8 barrels of money. He buries it out in the desert to ensure that it can't be used as evidence against him by the police.
That realization hit home during the phone call at the end of the previous episode, "Granite State." Walter Jr. will not try to understand his father; Walter Jr. will not knowingly accept his money; Walter Jr. will never forgive him. His father was his greatest hero, but became his ultimate villain.
He ended up leaving them 9+ Million, I think he was happy with that. Maybe towards the end he was doing it for himself, but at the beginning it was mostly for the money and possibly a little for the thrill.
Jesse had absolutely nothing by the end. Walt aquired the $80 million during his stint with the Czech Republic after Jesse left the business and therefore Jesse earned nothing after Walt delivered the $5 million to his doorstep.
Actor RJ Mitte rose to fame at the age of 14 when he was cast as Walter White Jr in cult series Breaking Bad. He has cerebral palsy and was bullied when he was younger because of his disability. "I had my hand broken, my foot broken, I was slammed on the ground," he says.
WHAT DOES WALT HAVE LEFT TO BUILD AN EMPIRE? $3,375,000 Walt's total earnings for 6 mo.
How much money did Walter White left his family?
In the begining he only wanted to make $737,000 to leave them. He ended up leaving them 9+ Million, I think he was happy with that. Maybe towards the end he was doing it for himself, but at the beginning it was mostly for the money and possibly a little for the thrill.
That said, season 5 revealed that Walt earned over $80 million in cash, which he kept in a storage unit. Jesse, however, was left with $5 million that Walt gave him out of guilt.
Because Skyler gave much of Walt's savings to Ted to help him with his tax issue. I estimate Walt still had about $600,000 at that point, more than enough to cover the cost of disappearing, but that amount wouldn't really be worth it to disappear with.