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Walters Aufstieg in der kriminellen Unterwelt entfremdet ihn zunehmend von seiner Familie. Hank aveva un partner, un uomo d'affari chiamato Gustavo Fring. Nachdem er die Beziehung zu seiner Laborassistentin Gretchen beendet, lernt er Skyler Lambert kennen und heiratet sie später. Wiki erstellen.

Sie entwickelten eine erstklassige Meth-Sorte unter dem Deckmantel des aufkeimenden Hühnchen-Restaurantgeschäfts. Gus und Max wollen Eladio seine kolumbianische Kokainvertriebsoperation mit einem selbst erzeugten Produkt diversifizieren, dessen Produktion er kontrolliert und dessen Gewinne er nicht an einen Lieferanten weitergeben muss.

Aber Eladio findet ihren Ansatz weniger clever und respektloser; Sie produzierten Drogen in seinem Territorium und manövrierten ihn zu einem Treffen.

Aber verstehe. Obwohl er fast 20 Jahre lang in New Mexico geschäftlich tätig war, verdächtigte irgendjemand seine Beteiligung an kriminellen Aktivitäten erst kurz vor seinem Tod.

Gus lebte in einer typischen Vorstadtgegend und spielte die Rolle eines sozial bewussten Philanthropen. Seine Lieben wussten nichts über seine wirklichen Geschäftsaktivitäten; es wäre leicht anzunehmen, dass er einfach seine Tage damit verbracht hatte, seine Restaurants zu führen und an Veranstaltungen und Banketten teilzunehmen.

Er weist auch einen seiner Männer an, ein Ortungsgerät in Mikes Wagen zu platzieren, um jederzeit auf dessen Anwesenheit zu achten. Mike entdeckt die versteckten Tracking-Geräte und benutzt ein eigenes Gerät, um den Agenten zurück nach Los Pollos Hermanos zu bringen.

Jimmy tut das, sieht aber nichts Verdächtiges. Als der Kurier auf seinen Müll und seine Blätter verzichtet, bleibt Jimmy stecken und versucht, durch den Mülleimer zu graben.

Gus, der zuvor Mikes Attentat gegen Hector Salamanca verhindert hatte, erklärt, dass er nicht möchte, dass Salamanca zu diesem Zeitpunkt stirbt.

Allerdings ermutigt Gus Mike, einen von Hectors Lastwagen zu schlagen. Mike, der erkennt, dass Hector einer von Gus 'Konkurrenten ist, nimmt den Vorschlag.

Wenn das Kokain von einem Polizeihund entdeckt wird, werden die Fahrer verhaftet. Hector konfrontiert Gus in Los Pollos Hermanos und versucht, ihm zu drohen, seine Lastwagen zu benutzen, um seine Drogen zu bewegen, nachdem die Polizei seine Hauptschmuggelroute geschlossen hat.

Gus schickt Mike Zahlungen für seine Dienste, aber Mike lehnt es ab. Als Teil von Gus 'Einverständnis mit Hector übergeben Gus' Männer einen Teil seiner geschmuggelten Drogen an Nacho, der darauf besteht, ein weiteres Paket zu nehmen, als vereinbart wurde.

Gus befiehlt seinen Handlangern, Nacho zu erlauben, die Extraportion zu nehmen, während er eine kommerzielle Wäscherei mit Lydia Rodarte-Quayle aufspürt.

Gus stimmt zu und warnt Mike, dass der Prozess schwierig sein wird und beide Männer sich die Hand geben. Gus und Victor treffen sich mit Hector, Nacho und Arturo an einem abgelegenen Ort, wo Juan Bolsa über Hector mitteilt, dass Don Eladio mit ihrer neuen "konsolidierten Transportmethode" für den Drogentransport über die Grenze zufrieden ist und das System so funktioniert Nun, ab jetzt wird alles nur noch über das Verteilnetz von Gus transportiert.

Der wütende Hector wirft das Telefon gewaltsam auf den Tisch und bricht es, während Gus demütig Hector zu versichern versucht, dass er diese Verantwortung nicht übernehmen will.

Gus, having earlier prevented Mike's assassination attempt against Hector Salamanca, explains that he does not want Salamanca to die at this point in time.

However, Gus encourages Mike to hit one of Hector's trucks. Mike, realizing Hector is one of Gus's competitors, takes the suggestion.

Gus refers Mike to Barry Goodman , a doctor on his payroll in Mexico, who supplies cocaine that Mike plants on a truck traveling to the U.

When the cocaine is detected by a police dog, the drivers are arrested. Hector confronts Gus at Los Pollos Hermanos and attempts to threaten him into using his trucks to move his drugs, now that the police have closed off his main smuggling route.

Gus sends payment to Mike for his services, but Mike refuses to accept it. As part of Gus' agreement with Hector, Gus' men hand over a portion of his smuggled drugs to Nacho, who insists on taking one more package than was agreed to.

Gus agrees, warning Mike that the process will be difficult, and both men shake hands. Gus and Victor meet with Hector, Nacho and Arturo at a remote location, where Juan Bolsa, over speaker phone informs Hector that Don Eladio is satisfied with their new "consolidated transportation method" of shipping drugs over the border, and feels the system works so well, that from now on, everything will be transported using Gus's distribution network only.

Enraged Hector violently tosses the phone on the table, breaking it, while Gus humbly tries to assure Hector that he did not want to assume this responsibility.

Hector's heart problems then kick in, as he proceeds to take Nacho's spiked pills, which surprisingly take no apparent effect. Hector then curses out Gus, Juan and Eladio before proceeding to leave with Arturo, and a disappointed Nacho.

During a meeting between Hector, Gus, and Bolsa. Bolsa reminds Hector that it is under Don Eladio's orders that all smuggling operations will be handled by Gus, which enrages Hector and triggers a heart attack, forcing him to be hospitalized.

In the chaos, Nacho is able to switch Hector's fake medication back with his real pills, but Gus gives him a suspicious look. Gus calls Juan Bolsa as Hector is being driven away in an ambulance, and tells Nacho that Bolsa wants to talk with him.

Bolsa confides in Gus that he believes Hector's condition will lead to another group triggering a war with the Salmancas that could cause the DEA to investigate.

Gus sends Victor and Barry Goodman to check on Hector's condition, and they report back to him that he is no longer comatose, but is not awake.

When Barry questions whether or not Hector deserves to be in his condition, Gus states that Hector's fate is his to decide. Gus takes a call from Lydia who is complaining about Mike, and then receives Hector's medical report from Tyrus.

After reading something in the charts, he arranges to ambush Nacho and Arturo when they pick up a shipment of drugs. Gus kills Arturo by suffocating him, and then makes it clear to Nacho that he knows about his involvement in Hector's stroke and that from now on, Nacho works for him.

Gus and Bolsa discuss the apparent attack on Arturo and Nacho, with Gus concealing he was behind it. Because of similarities to the previous attacks on Hector's trucks, they agreed to drive dummy trucks over the border until the culprits are found.

Bolsa also tells Gus to disregard Don Eladio's edicts and find a drug supplier north of the border. Gus goes to a college chemistry lab and enlists the help of Gale Boetticher.

Gus meets with Werner Ziegler. Gus meets with Nacho in a warehouse, where Nacho tells him that the Espinosas have been wiped out.

Nacho realizes that Gus engineered the entire situation to his own benefit. Gus does not confirm that, but tells him to rest.

At night, Gus meets with Mike and confronts him with the knowledge that he knew about Nacho's plan to kill Hector. Mike tells him that he agreed not to kill Hector, but not to stop anyone else from doing it.

Realizing that Gus has a job for him, he asks him to get straight to the point. Gus meets with Werner Ziegler about the possibility of excavating the area beneath an industrial laundry without alerting the people above or compromising the structural integrity of the building.

While the job would be difficult, dangerous and expensive, it would not be impossible. Gus hires him for the job. Mike reports to Gus on the status of the job and the problems associated with it.

Mike admits that they are about halfway done and way behind schedule, but believes that Werner and his team can finish the job. Though Gus expresses worry about Werner's drunken ramblings, Mike reassures him that he is handling it and Mike is watching Werner.

Gus meets Lalo Salamanca. Lalo compliments Gus on the chicken, and thanks him on behalf of the Salamanca family for saving Hector's life. Lalo implies that he is looking to form an alliance between the Salamancas and Gus against Eladio Vuente.

Gus, however, says he is content with their current arrangement. Gus arranges for Nacho to take cocaine of inferior quality when picking up the Salamanca's drugs at Los Pollos Hermanos.

Rumors of the "stepped on" product reach Nacho and Domingo, who report them to Lalo. Lalo confirms the impurity of the cocaine in a visit to Salamanca street dealers.

In a meeting with Lalo and Juan Bolsa, Gus falsely claims that Werner Ziegler was working under Mike's supervision to construct a chilling system for Gus's chicken farm, and that Werner fled after stealing cocaine.

Gus goes on to claim that in an effort to hide the loss, he replaced the stolen cocaine with locally produced methamphetamine. The story explains events of which Lalo is aware, including Werner's departure from Albuquerque, pursuit by Mike, and subsequent death.

Lalo accepts Gus's cover story and apology, but remains suspicious. Juan reminds Lalo that Gus enjoys the trust of Don Eladio, and indicates that Lalo should let the matter drop.

Because Lalo remains suspicious, Gus shuts down construction of the underground meth lab and has Mike send Werner's workers home.

Gus offers to continue paying Mike during the delay, but Mike declines out of frustration over Gus's seeming lack of compassion for Werner. Gus coerces Nacho into providing inside information on the Salamancas.

Nacho reports the plan to Gus, who plans to cancel the drops, but Nacho advises that this will reveal a mole within the Salamanca organization.

Gus agrees and on the night of the transfer he tensely waits as Victor and Diego make sure that the DEA and local police seize nearly a million dollars but find no leads to Gus.

Mike spends several weeks feeling depressed over Werner's death and drinks to excess. After he is injured by a local gang, Gus has him taken to a pueblo Gus owns just inside the Mexican border, which includes a fountain dedicated to Max.

Barry Goodman tends to Mike's wounds and Mike stays to heal. Gus visits and asks Mike to join his organization, saying that he wants Mike with him because Mike understands his need for revenge.

Gus arranges for Nacho to report to Mike about his activities to undermine the Salamanca organization. Mike works under an assumed name to secretly point the police towards Lalo for the murder of Fred the money wire store clerk.

Lalo is surrounded by police and arrested. In jail under an assumed name, Lalo contacts Nacho from jail and says he wants Nacho to burn down Gus's flagship Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant.

When Gus returns home, he and Nacho preserve Nacho's role as the mole in the Salamanca organization by destroying Gus's restaurant.

Gus wants Lalo released, so he has Mike provide Jimmy the details of his investigation into Lalo. Jimmy uses the information to accuse police of witness tampering, enabling him to win a motion to release Lalo on bail.

Jimmy drives to a remote desert location to pick up the bail money from The Cousins. As he starts his return trip, he is cut off by several gunmen who take the money and prepare to kill him.

The gunmen are suddenly attacked by an unknown shooter. All but one are killed, and the survivor gets away in the only attacker's vehicle that is still drivable.

The unseen shooter was Mike, who was tracking Jimmy for Gus. Mike's truck was also damaged, so Jimmy and he recover the money and begin the drive back to Albuquerque in Jimmy's car.

When the car breaks down, Jimmy and Mike take the money and walk cross-country to avoid the surviving gunman. After a night in the desert, Mike kills the surviving gunman and Jimmy and he resume walking.

Jimmy and Mike eventually make their way to a truck stop, where Tyrus and Victor pick them up. Mike and Jimmy agree on a cover story for Jimmy to tell Lalo after Jimmy posts his bail.

Jimmy tells Lalo he was alone and walked after his car broke down so that he would not put the money at risk. Lalo says he intends to return to Mexico in order to avoid the scrutiny of police and prosecutors.

Mike briefs Gus on the events in the desert, and Gus realizes the attack was ordered by Juan Bolsa to protect Gus's business. Mike tells Gus that Nacho wants to end his work as an informant on the Salamancas, but Gus refuses to part with a valuable asset.

Gus says he has sent gunmen to kill Lalo, and that Nacho may be able to help. Nacho receives a call instructing him to leave Lalo's back gate open at 3 a.

Nacho asks for Lalo's family to be spared. Lalo is awake at 3 a. When Lalo goes to investigate, Nacho opens the gate and flees.

The gunmen enter, kill Lalo's family, and wound Lalo. Lalo escapes the house through a hidden tunnel, then sneaks back in and kills all but one gunman.

He then forces the survivor to call the middleman who arranged the killing and report that Lalo is dead. By late , Gus's operation is in full swing.

He has also established a full working relationship with Mike, who has become his chief of security and head enforcer. Gus is introduced to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman after the two's failed efforts to sell their meth leads to their street dealers either being killed Combo , arrested Badger , or quitting Skinny Pete.

Saul Goodman makes the blunt observation "You two suck at peddling meth, period", but as the two still have 38 pounds remaining, Saul offers to connect them with a distributor through "a guy who knows a guy who knows another guy.

Gus reveals himself to Walt " Mandala ". Saul says later they likely blew their chance, but Walt, after some consideration, returns to the restaurant on his own.

Asking to see the manager - Gus, who had stopped by their table during the earlier visit to the restaurant to see if they were enjoying their meal - Walt deduces that Gus is their contact after all.

He praises Gus for his discipline and caution, saying that he sees the two as alike in that regard. Gus then drops his facade, saying that Walter is not cautious at all and exhibits poor judgment by bringing the obviously high Jesse to a meeting.

Walt counters that the quality of his product should outweigh any of these concerns and that Gus will never have to see or deal with Jesse.

Because of his sponsorship, Merkert offers Gus a tour of the DEA offices, where he sees a surgery donation jar for Walt.

Following the success of the previous deal, Gus invites Walt back to Los Pollos Hermanos for a meeting. Despite his great respect for Gus, Walt has decided to stop cooking meth.

It is later learned that Gale Boetticher - the chemist who assembled Gus's superlab - assured Gus that Walt's meth is extremely pure, and thus Gus reconsidered and decided he wished to hire Walt.

Later, a car pulls up in front of the White Residence. Mike, surveilling the house, watches The Cousins step out of the car and, axe in hand, enter the house.

Walt showers, unaware of the two men moving toward him. In his car, Mike makes a phone call. Bolsa says that Walt betrayed Tuco Salamanca and the cartel holds him responsible for his death, and that Tuco's cousins want revenge: "Blood must be repaid by blood.

Tio rings his bell furiously in response. Privately, Bolsa warns Gus to finish the business with Walt quickly, "Or you risk losing the good graces of the cartel.

Mike asking Gus about whether they should make the deal with Jesse " Green Light ". Later, Mike meets Gus in a parking lot and reports that Walt is physically fine but mentally "a disaster," and unlikely to return voluntarily to meth cooking.

Describing the scythe drawing, Mike asks, "Why not just tell him you're the only thing that stands between him and an axe in the head?

Mike relays Saul's request for a meeting with Jesse. Gus reiterates his policy against dealing with junkies, but reconsiders upon learning that Walt and Jesse aren't getting along.

At Los Pollos, Walt chides Gus for pretending to collaborate with Jesse to get Walt cooking again, and dismisses Jesse's meth as mediocre. Gus apologizes for being "so transparent," and invites Walt to take a drive with him.

He has something he wants to show Walt. Gus drives Walt to an industrial laundry facility , where a huge washing machine conceals the entrance to a state-of-the-art superlab.

Explaining that the facility receives large chemical shipments and boasts an excellent filtration system, Gus tells Walt no suspicions will be raised.

Although very impressed by the high-tech apparatus of the lab, Walt declines Gus's offer, saying that he's already made too many bad decisions.

If his decisions were made for his family's welfare, Gus counters, they were not bad. Gus with the Cousins in Los Pollos " Sunset ". Meanwhile, the Cousins enter Los Pollos.

Gus watches as they sit down without ordering anything. Gus arrives at Los Pollos again and sees the Cousins.

An employee, Cynthia , wonders if she should call the police, but Gus replies "they're doing nothing wrong. Back at Los Pollos, Gus, frustrated with the lurking Cousins, approaches them and arranges an offsite meeting: "Sunset.

Walt may have betrayed Tuco, Gus reminds them, but someone else pulled the trigger. May his death satisfy you.

Gus with the Cousins in the desert " Sunset ". Walt calls Gus to let him know that Gale isn't working out, and he wants to replace him with Jesse.

Later, Hank is in his SUV in a shopping center parking lot. His cell phone rings. Bolsa concedes that it will be delayed indefinitely, then vows to learn the truth about the assassination plot from the surviving Cousin.

In the hospital waiting room, a call from Gus interrupts Walt's conversation. Walt excuses himself. He lies about being "hard at work" and blames his inability to meet the week's meth quota on Gale's mistakes.

He promises to deliver pounds by next week " I See You ". Gus comforting Walt's family " I See You ".

Shortly afterwards, Gus as part of his image as a big DEA booster goes to the hospital with a large buffet of Los Pollos Hermanos fried chicken for the police officers keeping vigil over Hank.

In the waiting room, Walt watches Gus console Marie. Gus mentions how he met Agent Schrader earlier.

Referring to the donation jar for Walt's surgery he saw at the DEA office, Gus tells Walt, "It was clear to me how deeply he cares for you.

Gus replies that he investigates everyone with whom he does business. Walt asks if Gus's presence is a message to him. Gus says that he is supporting his community, hiding in plain sight the same way Walt does " I See You ".

Walt tells Gus that he fears for his family. The businessman replies that the Cousin is unlikely to survive. As Gus departs, police race upstairs where medical staffers are attempting CPR on the flat-lining Cousin.

Their resuscitation attempts fail and the Cousin dies. Amid the commotion, Mike slips away unnoticed, discarding a syringe as he leaves.

A sudden crash interrupts Bolsa. His bodyguards investigate and are brought down by gunfire. As Bolsa attempts to escape, he is met by a machine-gun-wielding assassin.

Gus listens impassively as Bolsa is gunned down, then breaks his cell phone in two " I See You ". Gus listens as Walt explains his interpretation of Gus's business strategy to take over the Southwest meth market " Kafkaesque ".

As the methamphetamine production accelerates, Gus' method of distribution is revealed in the lab, Walt and Jesse hand off a batch of blue crystal meth, which ends up at Gus' chicken farm.

Victor supervises workers as they submerge plastic bags of blue meth into tubs of fry batter with a star only visible under ultraviolet light for shipment across the Southwest with Los Pollos Hermanos truck " Kafkaesque ".

They were steered to Hank to protect Walt. But "this person" protecting him, Walt continues, "was playing a much deeper game.

And more than that, I respect the strategy. Gus surprises Walt with an invitation to his home for dinner.

Jesse is outraged that the dealers behind Combo's murder are selling blue meth, meaning they are dealers who work for Gus.

He plots to have Wendy poison the dealers with burgers, but as Wendy and Jesse are in Jesse's car they notice that the dealers aren't in their regular spot.

At the farm, Walt and Gus sit side by side. The rival dealers are also present at this ad hoc summit. Gus concedes that his employees may have "acted rashly" in murdering Combo, but that "the man was selling on their territory.

There is blame on both sides. Gus orders Jesse to make peace with the dealers. Jesse refuses. This how you do business?

Enraged, Jesse goes to the drug corner, picks up his gun and walks toward it. The dealers, also armed, notice Jesse and menacingly walk toward him.

Just as Jesse draws his gun, Walt plows into the dealers with his car. One is killed instantly.

The other, badly injured, reaches for his gun. Walt rushes over, grabs the gun, and shoots the dealer in the head. Walt then tells Jesse to "Run" " Half Measures ".

Following that night's events, Walt finds himself in his car in the desert. An SUV arrives. Mike phones and instructs Walt to walk toward it.

Gus emerges from the SUV. Walt tells Gus that Jesse is on the run and suggests that Gus has two options: Kill Walt and search for Jesse or "consider this a lone hiccup in an otherwise long and fruitful business arrangement.

When he reports to the superlab, Walt is surprised to see that the locks have been changed Victor has to let him in and that Gale has been reinstated as his assistant " Full Measure ".

Gus in his office talking to Mike " Full Measure ". Later that night at a chemical supply warehouse, Mike effortlessly outmaneuvers four Mexican gunmen, slaying them all.

At Gus's office, Mike and Gus examine the gunmen's passports. Later, Gus surprises Gale at home and tells him Walt is dying of cancer.

Nevertheless, he continues, "I must prepare for the worst-case scenario. Gus asking Gale to learn Walt's formula as soon as possible in case "push came to shove" " Full Measure ".

Walter deduces Gus' true intentions: he knows that he is only safe until Gale feels confident enough to take over the lab. Gus can't afford to stop production, Walt reasons, which gives Walt the leverage he needs to save their lives.

Without Gale, Gus would be forced to retain Walter as the only cook capable of producing the high-quality meth needed to sustain his operations.

Thus, he plots with Jesse to kill Gale. That night, as Walt is leaving his house after dinner with his family, Victor pulls up and takes him to the industrial laundry on the premise that there is some kind of "chemical leaking" in his lab.

Once there, Walt sees Mike and knows he's about to be killed. Walt is able to place a call to Jesse, explain his dire situation, and order to Jesse to follow through on the plan.

Mike calls Gale to prevent the situation, but music and a noisy teakettle prevent Gale from hearing his phone vibrate. He answers a knock on his front door.

It's Jesse. Jesse pulls out his gun. Gale begs for his life, but, his eyes tearing, Jesse fires the gun " Full Measure ".

At the lab where Walt and Mike are waiting, Victor returns with Jesse and it's clear that Gale is dead. Mike asks if Victor performed a sweep of Gale's apartment.

Victor replies that he couldn't because people were there. When Mike asks if he was seen, he admits he was. Mike calls Gus on his cell phone shortly after he hears from Victor about Gale's death at the hands of Jesse " Box Cutter ".

In the lab, Walt explains the new reality to Mike and Victor: like it or not, he's the only one who can maintain the meth production schedule.

In response, Victor switches on the equipment and begins the cook himself. Gus arrives and Walt immediately tries to defend his and Jesse's actions.

Gus wordlessly changes into one of the lab's orange clean-up suits. As he becomes more nervous and agitated, Walt blames Gus for Gale's death: did Gus really think that Walt wouldn't take "extreme measures" to defend himself?

Gus says nothing and Walt, panic mounting, taunts Victor with rapid-fire questions pertaining to the chemistry of the meth-making process.

Without him and Jesse, says Walt, the lab is just "an eight million dollar hole in the ground" " Box Cutter ". Gus picks up a box cutter and walks menacingly toward Walt and Jesse.

You kill Jesse, you don't have me. The blood sprays on Jesse and Walt. Walt can't meet Gus' icy stare.

Jesse locks eyes with Gus until, his face covered in blood, Gus pushes Victor's dead body to the floor. He walks past Walt and Jesse, dropping the box cutter.

After washing up, Gus silently changes back into his street clothes. Walt becomes quite worried that Gus will kill him, and purchases a gun.

At the lab, Walt tucks his gun in his belt, waiting for Gus to arrive. When someone appears at the top of the stairs, he prepares to draw When Mike demands a second weighing "new policy" Walt asks to see Gus to "clear the air.

Late that night, Walt approaches Gus's house, gun in hand, but loses his nerve when Mike calls telling him to "Go home, Walter.

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He appears in the AMC crime-drama Breaking Bad as a supporting character in Season 2 and the first half of Season 3, he then becomes the main antagonist of both the second half of Season 3 and the whole of Season 4, and the posthumous overarching antagonist of Season 5.

He also appears as a main character in Better Call Saul. Always calm and cautious by nature, despite being one of the most successful and fearsome methamphetamine drug runners in Albuquerque and the owner of a successful multimillion-dollar business, Gustavo Fring remains very humble, low-key and friendly towards his patrons.

Publicly he is well-known for his numerous charitable donations to the DEA and manager of a fast-food chain, Los Pollos Hermanos which he has several social interactions with his customers and is always accompanied with a smile.

An actual wolf in sheep's clothing, Gustavo was not a boastful man and intensely careful with whom he does business with, never partnering up with someone unless they are as cautious as he is.

Accompanied by his low-key nature, he drives a second-rate, beaten-down year-old Volvo. Beneath this Gus is smiling through his teeth and is actually a ruthless and calculating criminal.

He controls his drug empire with an icy hold and numerous people who work under him are either unaware of his true nature or in fear of him.

Gustavo is a cold, high-functioning, Machiavellian sociopath; he excels at business transactions and manipulations and usually retains his calm and collected demeanor.

Even in dangerous situations, he keeps his apathetic head. Despite his flaws, he is a man of honor and will always repay his debts to someone.

However, Gustavo does have a compassionate side and genuinely cares about people. He saved Max Arcienega from the slums, financed him going to school and partnered with him together to become the co-managers of Los Pollos Hermanos and enter the methamphetamine trade together.

After Max was killed before his eyes, the loss of such an emotional and possible romantic factor of his life snapped Gustavo into a ruthless crime lord.

He has a vengeful side as well and lives by a "blood for blood" motto ever since Max's death rather than simply business, killing the cartel proves to be more out of a personal vendetta.

Because of this, he took delight in tormenting Hector Salamanca over both of his nephew's death and Walter was able to use Gustavo's hatred for Hector to result in his death.

It was noted a massive personality change of Gus around the 4th season. Whereas earlier he has shown to be patient with Walter and Jesse after they continued to defy him; Jesse preparing to attack two of his dealers who killed his girlfriend's brother and Walter actually killing them then murdering his meth cook, Gale Boetticher, seemed to turn Gustavo more unhinged.

Though he usually orders men to fulfill his jobs, a testament to his descent into a deranged criminal was when he killed Victor, his own man in front of Walter and Jesse with a box cutter as he defied him and didn't seem fazed over killing Victor, calmly telling them to get back to work and left his body as a grim reminder.

It was this deteriorating state of mind that was the cause of Walter's constant planning to kill him. At night, Gus meets with Mike and confronts him with the knowledge that he knew about Nacho's plan to kill Hector.

Mike tells him that he agreed not to kill Hector, but not to stop anyone else from doing it. Realizing that Gus has a job for him, he asks him to get straight to the point.

Gus meets with Werner Ziegler about the possibility of excavating the area beneath an industrial laundry without alerting the people above or compromising the structural integrity of the building.

While the job would be difficult, dangerous and expensive, it would not be impossible. Gus hires him for the job.

Mike reports to Gus on the status of the job and the problems associated with it. Mike admits that they are about halfway done and way behind schedule, but believes that Werner and his team can finish the job.

Though Gus expresses worry about Werner's drunken ramblings, Mike reassures him that he is handling it and Mike is watching Werner.

Gus meets Lalo Salamanca. Lalo compliments Gus on the chicken, and thanks him on behalf of the Salamanca family for saving Hector's life.

Lalo implies that he is looking to form an alliance between the Salamancas and Gus against Eladio Vuente. Gus, however, says he is content with their current arrangement.

Gus arranges for Nacho to take cocaine of inferior quality when picking up the Salamanca's drugs at Los Pollos Hermanos.

Rumors of the "stepped on" product reach Nacho and Domingo, who report them to Lalo. Lalo confirms the impurity of the cocaine in a visit to Salamanca street dealers.

In a meeting with Lalo and Juan Bolsa, Gus falsely claims that Werner Ziegler was working under Mike's supervision to construct a chilling system for Gus's chicken farm, and that Werner fled after stealing cocaine.

Gus goes on to claim that in an effort to hide the loss, he replaced the stolen cocaine with locally produced methamphetamine.

The story explains events of which Lalo is aware, including Werner's departure from Albuquerque, pursuit by Mike, and subsequent death.

Lalo accepts Gus's cover story and apology, but remains suspicious. Juan reminds Lalo that Gus enjoys the trust of Don Eladio, and indicates that Lalo should let the matter drop.

Because Lalo remains suspicious, Gus shuts down construction of the underground meth lab and has Mike send Werner's workers home. Gus offers to continue paying Mike during the delay, but Mike declines out of frustration over Gus's seeming lack of compassion for Werner.

Gus coerces Nacho into providing inside information on the Salamancas. Nacho reports the plan to Gus, who plans to cancel the drops, but Nacho advises that this will reveal a mole within the Salamanca organization.

Gus agrees and on the night of the transfer he tensely waits as Victor and Diego make sure that the DEA and local police seize nearly a million dollars but find no leads to Gus.

Mike spends several weeks feeling depressed over Werner's death and drinks to excess. After he is injured by a local gang, Gus has him taken to a pueblo Gus owns just inside the Mexican border, which includes a fountain dedicated to Max.

Barry Goodman tends to Mike's wounds and Mike stays to heal. Gus visits and asks Mike to join his organization, saying that he wants Mike with him because Mike understands his need for revenge.

Gus arranges for Nacho to report to Mike about his activities to undermine the Salamanca organization.

Mike works under an assumed name to secretly point the police towards Lalo for the murder of Fred the money wire store clerk. Lalo is surrounded by police and arrested.

In jail under an assumed name, Lalo contacts Nacho from jail and says he wants Nacho to burn down Gus's flagship Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant. When Gus returns home, he and Nacho preserve Nacho's role as the mole in the Salamanca organization by destroying Gus's restaurant.

Gus wants Lalo released, so he has Mike provide Jimmy the details of his investigation into Lalo. Jimmy uses the information to accuse police of witness tampering, enabling him to win a motion to release Lalo on bail.

Jimmy drives to a remote desert location to pick up the bail money from The Cousins. As he starts his return trip, he is cut off by several gunmen who take the money and prepare to kill him.

The gunmen are suddenly attacked by an unknown shooter. All but one are killed, and the survivor gets away in the only attacker's vehicle that is still drivable.

The unseen shooter was Mike, who was tracking Jimmy for Gus. Mike's truck was also damaged, so Jimmy and he recover the money and begin the drive back to Albuquerque in Jimmy's car.

When the car breaks down, Jimmy and Mike take the money and walk cross-country to avoid the surviving gunman. After a night in the desert, Mike kills the surviving gunman and Jimmy and he resume walking.

Jimmy and Mike eventually make their way to a truck stop, where Tyrus and Victor pick them up. Mike and Jimmy agree on a cover story for Jimmy to tell Lalo after Jimmy posts his bail.

Jimmy tells Lalo he was alone and walked after his car broke down so that he would not put the money at risk. Lalo says he intends to return to Mexico in order to avoid the scrutiny of police and prosecutors.

Mike briefs Gus on the events in the desert, and Gus realizes the attack was ordered by Juan Bolsa to protect Gus's business.

Mike tells Gus that Nacho wants to end his work as an informant on the Salamancas, but Gus refuses to part with a valuable asset.

Gus says he has sent gunmen to kill Lalo, and that Nacho may be able to help. Nacho receives a call instructing him to leave Lalo's back gate open at 3 a.

Nacho asks for Lalo's family to be spared. Lalo is awake at 3 a. When Lalo goes to investigate, Nacho opens the gate and flees. The gunmen enter, kill Lalo's family, and wound Lalo.

Lalo escapes the house through a hidden tunnel, then sneaks back in and kills all but one gunman. He then forces the survivor to call the middleman who arranged the killing and report that Lalo is dead.

By late , Gus's operation is in full swing. He has also established a full working relationship with Mike, who has become his chief of security and head enforcer.

Gus is introduced to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman after the two's failed efforts to sell their meth leads to their street dealers either being killed Combo , arrested Badger , or quitting Skinny Pete.

Saul Goodman makes the blunt observation "You two suck at peddling meth, period", but as the two still have 38 pounds remaining, Saul offers to connect them with a distributor through "a guy who knows a guy who knows another guy.

Gus reveals himself to Walt " Mandala ". Saul says later they likely blew their chance, but Walt, after some consideration, returns to the restaurant on his own.

Asking to see the manager - Gus, who had stopped by their table during the earlier visit to the restaurant to see if they were enjoying their meal - Walt deduces that Gus is their contact after all.

He praises Gus for his discipline and caution, saying that he sees the two as alike in that regard. Gus then drops his facade, saying that Walter is not cautious at all and exhibits poor judgment by bringing the obviously high Jesse to a meeting.

Walt counters that the quality of his product should outweigh any of these concerns and that Gus will never have to see or deal with Jesse.

Because of his sponsorship, Merkert offers Gus a tour of the DEA offices, where he sees a surgery donation jar for Walt. Following the success of the previous deal, Gus invites Walt back to Los Pollos Hermanos for a meeting.

Despite his great respect for Gus, Walt has decided to stop cooking meth. It is later learned that Gale Boetticher - the chemist who assembled Gus's superlab - assured Gus that Walt's meth is extremely pure, and thus Gus reconsidered and decided he wished to hire Walt.

Later, a car pulls up in front of the White Residence. Mike, surveilling the house, watches The Cousins step out of the car and, axe in hand, enter the house.

Walt showers, unaware of the two men moving toward him. In his car, Mike makes a phone call. Bolsa says that Walt betrayed Tuco Salamanca and the cartel holds him responsible for his death, and that Tuco's cousins want revenge: "Blood must be repaid by blood.

Tio rings his bell furiously in response. Privately, Bolsa warns Gus to finish the business with Walt quickly, "Or you risk losing the good graces of the cartel.

Mike asking Gus about whether they should make the deal with Jesse " Green Light ". Later, Mike meets Gus in a parking lot and reports that Walt is physically fine but mentally "a disaster," and unlikely to return voluntarily to meth cooking.

Describing the scythe drawing, Mike asks, "Why not just tell him you're the only thing that stands between him and an axe in the head? Mike relays Saul's request for a meeting with Jesse.

Gus reiterates his policy against dealing with junkies, but reconsiders upon learning that Walt and Jesse aren't getting along. At Los Pollos, Walt chides Gus for pretending to collaborate with Jesse to get Walt cooking again, and dismisses Jesse's meth as mediocre.

Gus apologizes for being "so transparent," and invites Walt to take a drive with him. He has something he wants to show Walt. Gus drives Walt to an industrial laundry facility , where a huge washing machine conceals the entrance to a state-of-the-art superlab.

Explaining that the facility receives large chemical shipments and boasts an excellent filtration system, Gus tells Walt no suspicions will be raised.

Although very impressed by the high-tech apparatus of the lab, Walt declines Gus's offer, saying that he's already made too many bad decisions. If his decisions were made for his family's welfare, Gus counters, they were not bad.

Gus with the Cousins in Los Pollos " Sunset ". Meanwhile, the Cousins enter Los Pollos. Gus watches as they sit down without ordering anything.

Gus arrives at Los Pollos again and sees the Cousins. An employee, Cynthia , wonders if she should call the police, but Gus replies "they're doing nothing wrong.

Back at Los Pollos, Gus, frustrated with the lurking Cousins, approaches them and arranges an offsite meeting: "Sunset.

Walt may have betrayed Tuco, Gus reminds them, but someone else pulled the trigger. May his death satisfy you. Gus with the Cousins in the desert " Sunset ".

Walt calls Gus to let him know that Gale isn't working out, and he wants to replace him with Jesse. Later, Hank is in his SUV in a shopping center parking lot.

His cell phone rings. Bolsa concedes that it will be delayed indefinitely, then vows to learn the truth about the assassination plot from the surviving Cousin.

In the hospital waiting room, a call from Gus interrupts Walt's conversation. Walt excuses himself.

He lies about being "hard at work" and blames his inability to meet the week's meth quota on Gale's mistakes. He promises to deliver pounds by next week " I See You ".

Gus comforting Walt's family " I See You ". Shortly afterwards, Gus as part of his image as a big DEA booster goes to the hospital with a large buffet of Los Pollos Hermanos fried chicken for the police officers keeping vigil over Hank.

In the waiting room, Walt watches Gus console Marie. Gus mentions how he met Agent Schrader earlier. Referring to the donation jar for Walt's surgery he saw at the DEA office, Gus tells Walt, "It was clear to me how deeply he cares for you.

Gus replies that he investigates everyone with whom he does business. Walt asks if Gus's presence is a message to him. Gus says that he is supporting his community, hiding in plain sight the same way Walt does " I See You ".

Walt tells Gus that he fears for his family. The businessman replies that the Cousin is unlikely to survive.

As Gus departs, police race upstairs where medical staffers are attempting CPR on the flat-lining Cousin.

Their resuscitation attempts fail and the Cousin dies. Amid the commotion, Mike slips away unnoticed, discarding a syringe as he leaves.

A sudden crash interrupts Bolsa. His bodyguards investigate and are brought down by gunfire. As Bolsa attempts to escape, he is met by a machine-gun-wielding assassin.

Gus listens impassively as Bolsa is gunned down, then breaks his cell phone in two " I See You ". Gus listens as Walt explains his interpretation of Gus's business strategy to take over the Southwest meth market " Kafkaesque ".

As the methamphetamine production accelerates, Gus' method of distribution is revealed in the lab, Walt and Jesse hand off a batch of blue crystal meth, which ends up at Gus' chicken farm.

Victor supervises workers as they submerge plastic bags of blue meth into tubs of fry batter with a star only visible under ultraviolet light for shipment across the Southwest with Los Pollos Hermanos truck " Kafkaesque ".

They were steered to Hank to protect Walt. But "this person" protecting him, Walt continues, "was playing a much deeper game.

And more than that, I respect the strategy. Gus surprises Walt with an invitation to his home for dinner. Jesse is outraged that the dealers behind Combo's murder are selling blue meth, meaning they are dealers who work for Gus.

He plots to have Wendy poison the dealers with burgers, but as Wendy and Jesse are in Jesse's car they notice that the dealers aren't in their regular spot.

At the farm, Walt and Gus sit side by side. The rival dealers are also present at this ad hoc summit. Gus concedes that his employees may have "acted rashly" in murdering Combo, but that "the man was selling on their territory.

There is blame on both sides. Gus orders Jesse to make peace with the dealers. Jesse refuses. This how you do business? Enraged, Jesse goes to the drug corner, picks up his gun and walks toward it.

The dealers, also armed, notice Jesse and menacingly walk toward him. Just as Jesse draws his gun, Walt plows into the dealers with his car.

One is killed instantly. The other, badly injured, reaches for his gun. Walt rushes over, grabs the gun, and shoots the dealer in the head.

Walt then tells Jesse to "Run" " Half Measures ". Following that night's events, Walt finds himself in his car in the desert. An SUV arrives.

Mike phones and instructs Walt to walk toward it. Gus emerges from the SUV. Walt tells Gus that Jesse is on the run and suggests that Gus has two options: Kill Walt and search for Jesse or "consider this a lone hiccup in an otherwise long and fruitful business arrangement.

When he reports to the superlab, Walt is surprised to see that the locks have been changed Victor has to let him in and that Gale has been reinstated as his assistant " Full Measure ".

Gus in his office talking to Mike " Full Measure ". Later that night at a chemical supply warehouse, Mike effortlessly outmaneuvers four Mexican gunmen, slaying them all.

At Gus's office, Mike and Gus examine the gunmen's passports. Later, Gus surprises Gale at home and tells him Walt is dying of cancer. Nevertheless, he continues, "I must prepare for the worst-case scenario.

Gus asking Gale to learn Walt's formula as soon as possible in case "push came to shove" " Full Measure ".

Walter deduces Gus' true intentions: he knows that he is only safe until Gale feels confident enough to take over the lab. Gus can't afford to stop production, Walt reasons, which gives Walt the leverage he needs to save their lives.

Without Gale, Gus would be forced to retain Walter as the only cook capable of producing the high-quality meth needed to sustain his operations.

Thus, he plots with Jesse to kill Gale. That night, as Walt is leaving his house after dinner with his family, Victor pulls up and takes him to the industrial laundry on the premise that there is some kind of "chemical leaking" in his lab.

Once there, Walt sees Mike and knows he's about to be killed. Walt is able to place a call to Jesse, explain his dire situation, and order to Jesse to follow through on the plan.

Mike calls Gale to prevent the situation, but music and a noisy teakettle prevent Gale from hearing his phone vibrate.

He answers a knock on his front door. It's Jesse. Jesse pulls out his gun. Gale begs for his life, but, his eyes tearing, Jesse fires the gun " Full Measure ".

At the lab where Walt and Mike are waiting, Victor returns with Jesse and it's clear that Gale is dead. Mike asks if Victor performed a sweep of Gale's apartment.

Victor replies that he couldn't because people were there. When Mike asks if he was seen, he admits he was.

Mike calls Gus on his cell phone shortly after he hears from Victor about Gale's death at the hands of Jesse " Box Cutter ".

In the lab, Walt explains the new reality to Mike and Victor: like it or not, he's the only one who can maintain the meth production schedule.

In response, Victor switches on the equipment and begins the cook himself. Gus arrives and Walt immediately tries to defend his and Jesse's actions.

Gus wordlessly changes into one of the lab's orange clean-up suits. As he becomes more nervous and agitated, Walt blames Gus for Gale's death: did Gus really think that Walt wouldn't take "extreme measures" to defend himself?

Gus says nothing and Walt, panic mounting, taunts Victor with rapid-fire questions pertaining to the chemistry of the meth-making process.

Without him and Jesse, says Walt, the lab is just "an eight million dollar hole in the ground" " Box Cutter ". Gus picks up a box cutter and walks menacingly toward Walt and Jesse.

You kill Jesse, you don't have me. The blood sprays on Jesse and Walt. Walt can't meet Gus' icy stare. Jesse locks eyes with Gus until, his face covered in blood, Gus pushes Victor's dead body to the floor.

He walks past Walt and Jesse, dropping the box cutter. After washing up, Gus silently changes back into his street clothes. Walt becomes quite worried that Gus will kill him, and purchases a gun.

At the lab, Walt tucks his gun in his belt, waiting for Gus to arrive. When someone appears at the top of the stairs, he prepares to draw When Mike demands a second weighing "new policy" Walt asks to see Gus to "clear the air.

Late that night, Walt approaches Gus's house, gun in hand, but loses his nerve when Mike calls telling him to "Go home, Walter. Later, Walt arrives at the superlab and hears the whirring sound of a surveillance camera tracking his every move: Gus is watching him.

Furious, he flips the camera the bird " Open House ". Mike huddles inside a Los Pollos Hermanos refrigerated truck as it travels down the highway.

The truck stops, and Mike hunkers down as two gunmen blast the truck with machine guns. When they open the rear doors, Mike shoots them dead and jumps out.

Meanwhile, Mike meets with Gus and explains that Jesse is becoming a liability. Walt may not like it, Mike continues, but something has to be done " Bullet Points ".

For reasons unknown to Mike, Gus has sent Jesse on a mission with Mike to pick up money drop-offs. Mike makes the final pickup of the evening at another abandoned warehouse.

While he's inside, a second vehicle arrives, and Jesse notices one of its occupants approaching Mike's car with a shotgun.

Jesse, convinced Mike is about to be robbed, shifts into reverse, floors it, knocks the guy to the ground, and slams into the other car.

Then he peels out in an attempt to lose the gunman and his cohort. Mike and Gus rendezvous outside Los Pollos Hermanos.

Everything with Jesse went the way Gus planned, Mike reports. The gunman clearly was a plant, and Gus set it all up for Jesse's benefit. Meanwhile, Hank Schrader is curious when he finds a Los Pollos napkin in Gale's apartment with a serial number written on it in pen.

Hank found this suspicious since Gale's apartment indicated he was a strict vegan " Shotgun ". Reminiscent of earlier, Cartel thugs ambush another Los Pollos Hermanos refrigerated truck.

This time they pump it full of exhaust. After the two guards traveling inside the shipment suffocate to death, the thugs enter the trailer—but take only a single marked container of fry batter.

At the diner that evening, Mike asks Jesse to step outside when Gus arrives. The cartel thugs weren't after the meth, Mike explains to Gus, but wanted to send a message.

Mike suggests hiring additional operatives and hitting back hard, but Gus responds, "This war stays cold for now," and instructs him to set up a meeting with the cartel.

Outside the diner, Jesse stops Gus. He asks, "Why me? Walt and Jesse plot to murder Gus. In the superlab out of the security camera's view, Walt cooks a batch of ricin.

Walt tells Jesse that he just needs to slip some into Gus's food or drink and Gus will die within 36 hours. Jesse conceals the slim ricin vial inside a cigarette that he returns to the pack upside-down.

As part of his investigation, Walter, Jr. Gus replenishes Hank's soda and offers to pay for any future meals at Los Pollos Hermanos.

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