“W.W.? Who do you figure that is?” – Hank Schrader
After finding a journal in Gale Bedeker’s home Agent Hank Schrader, brother-in-law of Walter White, realizes there is a dedication to someone named W.W. While telling Walter about it Hank jokingly suggests the W.W. stands for a few historical figures or fictional characters, eventually ending on the real suspect, Walter White. If he was not such a good agent able to eventually connect everything back to Walter, these are a few others people he could have suspected to be the drug kingpin known as Heisenberg.
Could Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker be the real Heisenberg? Probably not. Welker’s profile is too high. As an elite professional athlete, he probably doesn’t need the money either. The only reason Hank could have suspected Welker would have been if he knew the name of the man who eventually killed him, neo-Nazi Jack Welker.
Radio personality Wendy Williams is another Heisenberg suspect. Evidence from the start always suggested that Heisenberg was male, so this would have been a bigger twist in all of the evidence. Williams is far too recognizable to secretly pull this off without someone ratting on her to the media for their 15 minutes of fame.
Former Major League Baseball player Willie Wilson might be the most likely candidate on the list. A drug scandal in 1983 that landed him in jail with other Kansas City Royals teammates would put him high on Hank’s list of potential cooks.
The possibility of Wilbur Wright being Heisenberg is slim to none. Then again, many gave the same chance the Wilbur and brother Orville being able to invent the airplane. Successful at building the flying machine, Wilbur wouldn’t have had enough time to spend becoming the most famous meth cook in New Mexico. Most important of all, he’s long dead.
Actor Wade Williams did some bad things as Correctional Officer Brad Bellick on ‘Prison Break.’ The mama’s boy was never above breaking the rules or law to get what he wanted. Keep in mind his was Brad Bellick and not the man who plays him. Wade Williams is most likely more focused on landing acting roles than he is getting into trouble with the Mexican Cartel.
Neighbor to the Taylor Family on ‘Home Improvement,’ little is actually known about Wilson Wilson. In fact, nobody ever sees his face. Wilson could have easily gotten away with being the greatest meth cook. His age is similar enough to Walter White’s and through life coaching sessions in the backyard with Tim Taylor, Wilson proved he had the smarts to build a drug empire. If Agent Schrader only had one person to question, he should book a flight to Detroit for a little chat with Wilson.