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Minimalist or not, ISTPs will always get the job done. Oh, Gale. You poor, sweet, mass-producer of a drug that has destroyed thousands of families across the globe.
Gale is the kind of guy that designs a new way to brew coffee because he needs the quinic acid levels to be just right. INTPs are frequently lost in their own world.
They are awkward in social situations and truly bloom in solitude where they can afford to be lost in thought or study.
INTPs are lifelong students, autodidacts actively pursuing knowledge throughout their lifetime. This one was a bit of a challenge.
In his legitimate professional life, Gustavo Fringe displays many characteristics of an ESTJ. However, the final ruling is ISTJ, because those characteristics appear to only come out as a mask to hide more insidious intentions.
Besides that and his compulsion to torment Hector, he is utterly detached from his actions. Gustavo shines when manipulating the many small pieces of a much larger whole.
It marked Gilligan's final directorial credit on the series before the series finale. This episode marks the final appearance in the series of Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring , and recurring actors Mark Margolis as Hector Salamanca and Ray Campbell as Tyrus Kitt.
Esposito, Campbell and Margolis would reprise their respective roles in Breaking Bad' s spin-off series Better Call Saul , beginning with the latter show's third and second season respectively.
The plot wrapup was planned by the series' production team since the beginning of the season, partly because they were not certain at the time whether the series was going to be renewed for another season.
The visual effect of Gus Fring 's massive facial wounds took months to prepare, with assistance from Greg Nicotero and the special effects team from fellow AMC drama The Walking Dead.
The episode's title "Face Off" was also meant to be a reference to Gus losing half of his face in the explosion. The songs playing throughout the episode were "Black" by Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi featuring Norah Jones , "Goodbye" by Apparat , and "Freestyle" by Taalbi Brothers.
The episode received unanimous acclaim from television critics. Seth Amitin of IGN awarded the episode 9. Club awarded the episode an "A".
In The Ringer ranked "Face Off" as the third best out of the 62 total Breaking Bad episodes. The episode was nominated for seven Primetime Emmy Awards at the 64th ceremony ,  including Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for Vince Gilligan ; Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for Mark Margolis ; Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series ; Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series ; Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series ; Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series One-Hour ; and Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mark Margolis as Hector Salamanca Steven Michael Quezada as Steven Gomez Michael Shamus Wiles as George Merkert Ray Campbell as Tyrus Kitt Myra Turley as Hector's caregiver Gonzalo Menendez as Detective Kalanchoe Tina Parker as Francesca Liddy Jason Douglas as Detective Munn Christopher King as Chris Mara Gail Gilligan as Rebecca Simmons.
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Eladio spares Gus but forces him to cooperate with the cartel on Eladio's terms. For the next twenty years, Gus remains outwardly loyal to the cartel, but nurses a grudge against Eladio and Hector, waiting for his chance at revenge.
After establishing himself in Albuquerque, Gus secretly looks to end his dependency on cartel cocaine by producing and distributing meth in the United States.
Because the Salamanca family drug business controlled by Hector also includes Albuquerque, Gus is forced to deal with him but seeks to undermine the Salamancas.
Gus has a mysterious background; "Gustavo Fring" is established as an alias, as neither the DEA nor Gus' enforcer Mike Ehrmantraut can find any records about him prior to his arrival in Mexico.
He is supposedly a native of Chile ; he is sometimes referred to by cartel members as "The Chilean". In the Better Call Saul episode " Magic Man ", Lalo Salamanca refers to a mysterious incident involving Gus which took place in Santiago.
Gus immigrated to Mexico in the s during the Chilean dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet ,  and in a flashback during the Breaking Bad episode " One Minute ", Hector mockingly refers to him as "Grand Generalissimo ", implying that Gus had a connection to the Pinochet regime.
In " Hermanos ", Eladio says that when he ordered Max killed, he spared Gus because of his unstated but apparently powerful connection to Chile.
Gus and Max's relationship is implied to be more than business. In the Better Call Saul episode " Sabrosito ", Hector suggests that Gus and Max, "The Chicken Brothers", might be better referred to as "The Butt Brothers", insinuating that they are homosexual.
In the Better Call Saul episode " Magic Man ", Lalo Salamanca discusses Gus with Juan Bolsa and refers to Max as Gus's boyfriend.
As shown in the Better Call Saul episode " Dedicado a Max ", after arriving in Albuquerque, Gus acquired a small villa on the Mexican side of the Mexico-US border.
The villa serves as the residence for Dr. Barry Goodman , and contains a fountain which is dedicated to Max. Gilligan has stated that he purposely left Gus's origins ambiguous, comparing them to the briefcase in Pulp Fiction.
I think they probably were lovers. Nacho Varga pays Mike to help remove Tuco Salamanca , Hector's nephew, from the day-to-day activities of the Salamanca family drug business.
Instead of killing Tuco, Mike arranges for Tuco to assault him in view of the police, leading to Tuco's arrest.
Mike fears Hector will learn that Mike arranged for Tuco's imprisonment and is concerned that Hector will retaliate against Stacey and Kaylee.
Mike acts preemptively by preparing to assassinate Hector, but is interrupted at the last moment. Mike tracks this interruption to Gus, who explains that he wants to be the one to determine when Hector will die.
However, Gus encourages Mike to continue to disrupt the trucks Hector uses to bring ice cream store supplies and drugs from Mexico and send cash back to the cartel.
After Mike disrupts two shipments without revealing his identity, Hector demands that Gus temporarily use his Los Pollos Hermanos trucks to ship both Hector's and Gus's drugs.
Gus, who had wanted this result from the start, appears to reluctantly agree. He later attempts to pay Mike, but Mike refuses the money.
With the new transport agreement in place, Nacho and Arturo Colon arrive at the Los Pollos Hermanos warehouse and farm to pick up a drug shipment, and Nacho attempts to strong-arm his way into taking six kilos instead of the agreed-upon five.
When Gus's subordinate Tyrus Kitt calls Gus for guidance, Gus recognizes an opportunity to infiltrate the Salamanca organization and tells Tyrus to give Nacho the extra kilo.
Nacho fears that Hector will learn of his role in Tuco's imprisonment and is concerned about Hector's intent to take over Nacho's father's upholstery store for use as a front business.
He secretly swaps Hector's angina medication for a placebo , hoping to induce a fatal heart attack. At a meeting between Juan Bolsa, Gus, Hector and Nacho, Bolsa informs them that the use of Gus's trucks to move the drugs and cash for both organizations will be a permanent arrangement.
Hector's angry outburst leads to a stroke, and Gus calls for an ambulance while administering first aid that saves Hector's life, though he is comatose.
Nacho follows Mike's previous advice to switch the placebos for Hector's real medication so that foul play will not be suspected.
Gus appears to notice Nacho's actions, but says nothing. Hector is rushed to the hospital, while Gus, Nacho and Arturo are summoned to a meeting with Bolsa at the Los Pollos distribution plant, where Bolsa declares that until further notice, the Salamanca operation will continue with Nacho and Arturo in charge.
Leonel and Marco Salamanca the Cousins arrive to watch over Hector. Gus hires a doctor to oversee Hector's recovery.
While reviewing Hector's medical records, Gus realizes there is no nitroglycerin in Hector's system, meaning Nacho tried to kill him.
When Nacho and Arturo arrive at the chicken farm to pick up their next shipment, Gus suffocates and kills Arturo, and tells Nacho that he knows what Nacho did, and unless Nacho follows his orders, he will inform the Salamancas.
Tyrus and Victor make Arturo's death and a violent attack on Nacho look like the work of the Espinosas, while Victor sells the drugs from Nacho's car to them.
Nacho falsely identifies the Espinosas to the Cousins, who massacre the Espinosas to recover the "stolen" drugs before returning to Mexico to avoid the authorities.
Gus orders Hector's treatment halted after he has regained movement in his right index finger, leaving his recovered mind trapped in his unhealed body.
Gus works with Mike to plan construction of an underground meth "superlab" under an industrial laundry he owns, using a design provided by chemist Gale Boetticher.
Mike escorts engineers through the laundry and questions them about their ability to construct the lab as Gus secretly listens in. Gus offers the job to Werner Ziegler after being impressed by Werner's forthright description of the difficulty and risk.
Gus provides long-term housing and amenities for Werner's crew, while Mike provides security and transportation designed to keep their presence a secret.
Werner inadvertently provides details of underground concrete construction to patrons during an outing at a bar and Mike ends the conversation. The next day, Mike makes a veiled warning to Werner that Gus will have him killed if he makes the same mistake again, and Werner acknowledges that he understands.
Lalo Salamanca arrives to oversee the Salamanca drug business. He is immediately suspicious of Gus and surveils his restaurant and chicken farm.
With construction behind schedule, Werner misses his wife and effects an escape to rendezvous with her.
Mike convinces Gus to let Mike find Werner and bring him back instead of killing him. Mike tracks Werner to a money wire store and then to a nearby resort.
Lalo follows Mike, kills Fred the money wire clerk to obtain the information Mike discovered, then calls resorts until he finds Werner. By pretending to work for Gus, Lalo discovers from Werner some of the details of the lab's construction before Mike arrives and ends the call.
Knowing that Lalo can track Werner's actions back to Gus, Gus says Werner must be killed. Gus offers to send men to do it, but Mike accepts responsibility because Werner escaped on his watch, so he shoots and kills Werner himself.
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.