Walter met with Hector Salamanca, who called a nurse to spell a message: “Need DEA.” Steven visited Hank, who was under heavy protection, informing him that Tio had important cartel info but would only speak with Schrader. At the DEA office, Salamanca spelled out “S-U-C-K-M-Y” and “F-U-C-” before Schrader called it off. Tyrus Kitt, who kept an eye on Schrader, saw Salamanca being loaded into a van, then informed Gustavo that Salamanca was acting as an informant, playing into Walt’s trap. After Salamanca returned to the nursing home, Tyrus made sure there were no cameras. Gus arrived after getting the “all clear” signal, berating Salamanca for his supposed cowardice. Kitt prepared a syringe while Fring pridefully said “Last chance to look at me” before letting out a sarcastic sigh. As he brought the needle closer to Salamanca’s arm, Salamanca looked dead into Fring’s eyes with a gaze of remorse, though his expression changed to a face of wrath, sounding his bell repeatedly. At first, Fring was bewildered but realized Salamanca had a bomb attached to his wheelchair. He shot out of his seat but the bomb exploded, blowing down the door to the room while sending debris into the hallway. Miraculously, Fring survived, calmly walking out of the room to adjust his tie. Nurses ran up, shocked with horror: the camera turned to Fring’s other half of his face, which had been blown off by the bomb, leaving skull, jaw, and brain exposed. With Fring dead, White destroyed the meth lab with Jesse. On the roof of a hospital’s parking garage, Pinkman told White that Brock was gonna recover, that it wasn’t ricin but Lily of the Valley that poisoned him. White called Skyler, who learned ‘bout the explosion on TV; she asked if he had anything to do with it but he simply replied “I won.” In Walt’s backyard, a flower pot with a white flower growing inside was seen. The label read “Lily of the Valley.”
Breaking Bad Guys, by Anthony Geoffroy.