Native American man: It's not for sale.
*Walt nods his head and walks toward the old man's fence, coughing. He reaches into his pocket and takes out a $10,000 stack of cash. Walt loads the barrel of money into the old man's truck*
Even after his losses, Walt is still exorbitantly rich. Since he’s gained wealth in the show, he’s often used his money to easily acquire whatever he wants or needs. For example, in Season 3 Episode 6 “Sunset” he manages to buy the model unit of a condominium complex, inviting the manager to “name one thing in this world that is not negotiable.”
Walt doesn’t even bother to haggle for the truck: After the death of Hank, his money now seems somewhat trivial to a man who once seemed to care about it more than anything. After all, his intention behind his involvement in the drug trade from the very beginning was to make money for his family and now his involvement has led to the death of family.
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