Jake Pinkman (played by Ben Petry) is Jesse's younger, over-achieving brother. After the DEA connects missing school equipment to methamphetamine production, Hugo is one of the initial suspects because of the access his custodial duties afford him. Angered by his parents' constant fighting, Walter Jr. tries to establish an independent identity, insisting on being called Flynn and asking his best friend Louis to teach him how to drive. Lalo then instructs Nacho to drive him to Mexico, but not the original pickup site. Cheryl Hamlin (portrayed by Sandrine Holt) is Howard Hamlin's widow. Clovis repairs the RV and catches Jesse sleeping in it after Jesse has scaled the fence (and destroyed a portable toilet in the process) after being evicted from his home. Victor told Gus, who contacted the cousins telling them to abort, so they left without Walter knowing they had been there.  In the ensuing confrontation, Casper strikes Lalo with the blunt side of an axe, but Lalo slashes Casper's face with a hidden razor blade, then uses the axe to sever his foot. He dies while moving No Doze's body from under a stack of cars in a junkyard; the stack shifts and catches his arm under it, partially severing it and causing him to bleed to death. Marco shot Hank twice in the chest and abdomen, but rather than finish him off with another shot, Marco returned to his car for an axe.  When Jimmy, now practicing law as Saul Goodman, attempts to negotiate several plea deals at once, Suzanne refuses, so he arranges a situation that enables him to trick her into accepting. Hector makes repeated attempts to intimidate Mike into accepting, and Mike eventually accepts $50,000. During the events of Better Call Saul, Gus allies with Mike when Mike finds his own family at risk from the Salamancas, and turns Nacho into a mole within the Salamanca organization after discovering that Nacho caused Hector to have a stroke by secretly replacing Hector's heart medication with fakes. Like Walter White, Gus is a criminal who "hides in plain sight," using his anti-drug philanthropy to conceal his true nature. On the closing date, Jesse visits his parents at the newly renovated home. Neil Kandy (portrayed by Scott MacArthur) is the owner of an Albuquerque welding shop. In "Felina," Walt visits Skyler for the final time, and watches from afar as Walter Jr. returns to the safe house from school. Jeff approaches Jimmy on his lunchbreak with a friend and asks Jimmy to do his iconic "Better Call Saul!" She declines at first, fearing the repercussions, revealing that she has a son whom she needs to protect, but Jesse persuades her to help by drawing a comparison between the murdered boy and her own son. After a few days of heavy meth use they leave Jesse's house. Nacho surrenders to the cartel and falsely claims to be a mole for a rival gang (rather than Gus) in order to protect his father. In flashbacks during Breaking Bad, it is shown that when they were children, Hector often meted out harsh punishments to Tuco, Leonel, and Marco. Juan Bolsa (played by Javier Grajeda) is a high-level member of the Mexican drug cartel to which the Salamanca family and Gus belong. He analyzes the "blue meth" samples Gus provides and assures Gus it is the best meth he has ever seen. Unbeknownst to Jimmy, Chuck uses Howard to block Jimmy from advancing in the legal profession. Seeing the Woodsman in Jesse's waistband, Neil challenges Jesse to a duel for his share of the cash. When Jesse's RV quits running, Clovis charges him an exorbitant amount to tow and store the vehicle, due to its cargo. Hector kills a witness who stopped to aid the driver, Ximenez, and later has Leonel and Marco kill him and bury him in the desert.  He reappears in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie in which he gives a press conference watched by Skinny Pete and Badger on the massacre of Jack Welker's gang by Walter White and the status of Jesse Pinkman. Following Gus's death, the DEA incarcerates Dennis, as he is on Gus's payroll at the time of Gus's death.  Individuals who visit his office for criminal activities often bring pets with them, enabling Caldera's examination of the animal to serve as a cover for the visit's real purpose.  On Ximenez's next trip to Mexico, Mike uses a homemade spike strip to flatten the truck's tires, then ties up and blindfolds Ximenez. Gomez has been Hank's right-hand man in the "Heisenberg" case since the beginning. Hector has a stroke while meeting with Gus and Juan Bolsa, but Gus saves him with CPR. Always being "late to the game" (as defined by Mitte on an episode of Talking Bad), Walter Jr. remains oblivious to his father's drug trade life until "Ozymandias," when Marie, confident that Walt is in Hank's custody, forces Skyler to reveal the whole truth to her son. Later, when Tuco finds Gonzo is not returning his calls, he falsely believes Gonzo is working as a police informant. catchphrase and point. They attempt to hire Cliff Main to represent them by claiming that Howard provided ineffective counsel during Craig's embezzlement case because he supposedly used cocaine. Rather than attempt to flee so Victor can kill him quickly to save him from being tortured by the Salamancas, Nacho uses a piece of broken glass to cut his restraints, then seizes Juan's gun and kills himself.  After Walter kills two of Gus's dealers to protect Jesse, Victor takes a near-permanent position monitoring Walter's activities while in the superlab with Gale. To that end, Jimmy cons the Kettlemans into believing they have grounds for a lawsuit against Howard. In Better Call Saul, Mike becomes Jimmy's associate after Jimmy helps cover for him when Philadelphia officers investigating the deaths of the two cops Mike killed learn of Mike's whereabouts. When Walter arrives at his hideout and remotely activates an M60 machine gun, the massive bullet spray kills Jack's entire gang except for Jack and Todd. He aids in the heist of methylamine from a freight train, and gives a friendly wave to a boy who stumbles on the crime scene, but then shoots him without warning. In 2002, Chuck attempted to reconcile and reconnect with Rebecca over dinner with Jimmy's help. Jimmy's sabotage of Chuck's Mesa Verde work causes Kevin and Paige to return to Kim. " By the time of events in Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, they have become deadly enforcers. Though brutal, Hector is very loyal. Though they did not intend violence, Ted attempts to flee, falls, and suffers head and neck injuries that leave him paraplegic. He also comes to find his new status as a drug lord psychologically rewarding, leading him to become increasingly willing to resort to criminal acts such as theft, extortion, money laundering, depraved indifference, and murder. Later on, in the episode "Fly", Walter recalls that unlikely sequence of events, telling Jesse about the encounter at the bar (he only realized that this man was Jane's father after he saw him on the news following the disaster), and wonders about the possible meaning of the coincidence.
 Margarethe ascends the stairs to search, and Lalo prepares to kill her, but then escapes through a window without being seen.. He promises that Werner's death will have an explanation that satisfies the authorities, so that his wife will not wonder what happened to him, and to return Werner's crew to Germany unharmed. Gus paid for Max's education in biochemistry and chemical engineering, at the University of Santiago in Chile. He takes a calm, non-judgmental approach to leading discussions and emphasizes that those attending his sessions are there not to improve themselves, but to learn self-acceptance. Marie eagerly offers to help Hank when Jesse agrees to confess about Walt's crimes. Badger later attends Narcotics Anonymous meetings with Skinny Pete, where they intend to find new buyers by informing a group of recovering drug addicts that "Blue Sky" (Walt and Jesse's product) is again available. Skyler White (ne Lambert) (played by Anna Gunn) is Walter's wife. Months later, Walter kills Jack's gang by remotely firing an M60 machine gun installed in the trunk of a car. Wendy (portrayed by Julia Minesci) is a meth-addicted street prostitute, who associates with Jesse Pinkman and is featured in the online promotional material as one of Saul Goodman's clients (as "Wendy S."). In the process of trying to wake Jesse from his stupor, Walt accidentally turns Jane onto her back.
Jimmy is nearly killed by the cartel, who believe it best to keep Lalo in prison to protect Gus' business, but Mike arrives to save him. He is completely oblivious to his boss' true business.  Spooge had a son, whose neglect causes Jesse to realize the negative consequences of the drug business. He gives her money and an attorney's business card and tells her that if she needs help she should say "Jimmy" sent her. In season 4, Gus makes periodic visits to the nursing home to gloat about the deaths of Hector's family members and the expansion of Gus' drug territory, which comes at the Salamancas expense. He is single, vegan and well-cultured. The pair then moved to Mexico and opened a chain of Los Pollos Hermanos chicken restaurants together.  Kim later convinces Schweikart & Cokely to hire her as a partner in charge of their new banking division, with Mesa Verde as their major banking client, and Viola follows Kim to S&C. Pete and Badger also inform Walt that his trademark blue meth is still circulating, which Walt realizes means Jesse is still alive. Chuck was married to Rebecca Debois, which ended in divorce; around this time, Chuck began to believe he had electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which forced him to semi-retire from HHM. Hank and Gomez later interrogate Huell to learn where Walt hid his money, telling him falsely that Walt intends to kill him to ensure that no one can trace Walt's drug-dealing past. By the time of Breaking Bad, Tuco is out of prison and has brought Hector to live with him. The DEA continue to investigate Madrigal, and Lydia discovers they are tracking her methylamine shipments to Walt. As part of Pete's plan to aid Jesse, Pete stays at home and waits for police to respond to the El Camino's LoJack so he can tell them he traded his Thunderbird to Jesse for the El Camino. He holds an MS degree in organic chemistry, with a specialty in X-ray crystallography. Walt, Mike, and Jesse enlist Todd to help steal the methylamine. Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk), real name James Morgan McGill, is a sleazy lawyer who acts as Walter and Jesse's attorney and provides some of the series' comic relief.  After Gus's death, Chow starts being questioned by the DEA, as he was on Gus's payroll at the time of Gus's murder.  Skyler has Saul send two of his menHuell and Kubyto force Beneke to write the check to the IRS. Francesca Liddy (played by Tina Parker) is Saul Goodman's outspoken receptionist and secretary. Chuck succeeds at persuading Mesa Verde to return to HHM. Still angry at Howard, Kim suggests to Jimmy that they resolve the Sandpiper lawsuit by intentionally sabotaging him, which will result in Jimmy receiving more than $1million as his share of the settlement or judgment. The ruse enables Walt to compel the Schwartzes to use Walt's remaining money to establish a trust for Walter Jr. Badger and Skinny Pete appear in El Camino, helping Jesse hide for the night after he flees Jack's compound in Todd's El Camino and distracting police to give Jesse time to get away.