Probably a good call here. In either "Say My Name" or "Gliding Over All" Walt meets with Lydia in the diner. When he's done he picks up his black hat and the vial of Ricin is under it. He then takes it home and puts it behind the wall plate again. As we know, the writers don't show a weapon if they don't plan to use it later.
There it was. Gilligan rarely showed a weapon in-scene that he didn't come back and use later. Just brilliant writing.
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