The arrival of Hank and Gomez really moves with the “Better Call Saul” storyline, as it heats up the tension between Nacho, Gus, and Lalo. But it also includes one of the show’s more puzzling easter eggs, as Hank and Gomez start a drug deal. After hilariously arguing over the etymology of the word ‘culvert’, the pair successfully arrested three people involved in Gus’ activities, seizing cash amounting to “$700,000 and some change. ” “We definitely killed the villains tonight, Macgruff!” Gomie told Hank, before the team went to the bar to celebrate.
This episode marks the end of their brief time on “Better Call Saul” and oddly enough, it also fits perfectly with the pilot episode of “Breaking Bad”. In one of the show’s first scenes, Walt (Bryan Cranston) gets the idea to cook meth after Hank makes everyone at his birthday party watch a local news interview about the drug deal. his latest. On TV, we see Hank describe three arrests, and when Walt asks his brother-in-law how much money has been confiscated, he says about $700,000. It seems to be the same bankruptcy, only unlikely, as season five “Better Call Saul” is still set a few years before the events of “Breaking Bad”.
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