Originally Posted by bucksfan2
Hopefully someone smarter than me can explain the final scenes.
Prompted by Walt, Jessie is getting a new start. Saul calls his guy to give him a new ID and take him somewhere. I can't figure out of that was meant to be a hit on Jessie or a true "fresh start".
I also can't figure the significance of his ricin cigarette being missing? Granted he notices it missing but why would Walt/Saul want the ricin cigarette and why would Jessie be pissed that is gone? To me the only use for the ricin would be to kill yourself. Walt/Saul taking the ricin away would be helping Jessie, no?
It has to do with Brock being poisoned.
If you'll remember, when Brock was sick and before Jesse found out it was due to the Lily of the Valley, he thought he was poisoned by ricin, and accuses Walt of doing it. When he goes to Walt and has the gun to his head, he accuses him of having Saul lift the cigarette from him so he could poison Brock. Walt convinces him that Gus did it to turn Jesse against him. As we know, Walt's lying and Saul really did take it.
So that scene where he's going through his pockets, first he realizes that his weed is gone, and he knows that Saul took it because he tried to get him to ditch it right before he left. Then he realizes that Saul really did have the ricin pick pocketed from him, and that Walt really did set Jesse up and poisoned Brock.