," Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) is alerted by a strange customer that 2 gunmans are involving eliminate him, and also quickly the Relatives, Leonel (Daniel Moncada) and also Marco Salamanca (Luis Moncada), appear and also really almost draw it off. Otherwise for this directs, Hank would certainly be a much easier target. What the voice doesn"t educate Hank is that it comes from Gus, that has himself gotten this appeal the DEA representative. So why would certainly Gus send out these assassins after Hank and afterwards hinder their effort at the actual eleventh hour?
for blood for the fatality of Tuco (Raymond Cruz) since for Salamancas, family members is every little thing. They originally pursue Walter White (Bryan Cranston), yet given that Walt is essential to Gus" glossy brand-new laboratory, Gus transforms their crave revenge to Hank rather. Hank was the one that in fact eliminated Tuco in a period 2 shootout, so his death needs to please the Salamancas at the very least till Walt is no more helpful to Gus. If they succeed at eliminating Hank, the Relatives might be resisted enough time that Gus can obtain what he requires out of Walt, so Gus wins.By alerting Hank, however, Gus additionally makes a parlay wager that Hank could simply eliminate the Relatives rather. Given that Gus most likely doesn"t recognize that Hank has actually been deactivated over his individual strike on Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), Gus might believe Hank can deal with the doubles. This would at the same time clear Gus of their enormous existence as well as concentrate the DEA"s interest on the Salamancas rather than his very own group. Because situation, Gus wins also more.Even if Gus
hasn"t gotten ready for what in fact leads to the strike, with both Hank as well as Leonel Salamanca making it through the altercation as well as Leonel anxious to expose Gus" story to Juan Bolsa (Javie Grajeda), Gus discloses his favored outcome when he has Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Financial institutions) complete the work on Leonel at the health center. Possibly it"s simply an issue of accessibility-- Mike would definitely have a less complicated time accessing Leonel than Hank-- yet the truth that Gus sends his leading henchman talks quantities regarding what he intended to occur to begin with.