After last week’s tense preview featuring Walt and Jesse, this week’s “Breaking Bad” preview clip reverts to AMC’s tradition of only spoiling the B-storyline. That’s right. With “Breaking Bad” fans dying to know the repercussions of the previous episode’s epic, years in the making, Walt (Bryan Cranston)and Jesse (Aaron Paul) brawl, we’ve got a teaser featuring Saul (Paul Odenkirk) and Ted (Christopher Cousins). Last week Skyler’s (Anna Gun) former boss and former lover finally got busted by the IRS for cooking the books. Skyler, the company’s former bookkeeper, could also have been implicated. She was terrified because she knew that if the government started investigating her, the feds could find out about her current position as Chief Money Launderer for the Southwest’s best meth manufacturer. Her initial plan, Operation Cleavage, persuaded the IRS agent to drop the charges provided Ted could pay off the over 600 thousand dollars that he owed the government. There is only one problem: Ted is now flat broke.
The solution? Better call Saul. In this preview clip, Saul informs Ted that he is the luckiest man in the world, thanks to the convenient death of a long lost aunt.
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Will Ted pay off the IRS with Walt’s drug money, or will he take the money and run? Will Jesse survive his new job working for the Mexican Cartel? Will Walt manage to do what Jesse could not, and kill Gus (Giancarlo Esposito)? Will Hank (Dean Norris) finally put all the pieces together and realize his brother-in-law is Heisenberg? How much more entertaining will this episode, “Salud” be than the Emmy telecast? Tune in Sunday and find out.