Are you ready for it? Are you sure?
Drumroll, please...Walter White and Jesse Pinkman are back! In an episode called "Breaking Bad," it only felt right to bring our favorite toxic, drug-dealing dynamic duo back into the fold. Jesse and Walt bring Saul back into the RV, where he asks about their whole operation.
Despite Walt's protests ("No details!), Saul figures everything out fairly quickly. He realizes they make the "blue stuff" and deduces that Walt is Heisenberg, given that the name and blue-colored Meth have begun popping up on the street.
They attempt to leave the desert, but the RV won't start. Walt says they just need to sit and let the engine cool down. In his panicked state at the grave, Saul had asked whether Lalo had sent Walt and Jesse, and Jesse asks about him. Still shaken at hearing his name, Saul doesn't give him an answer.
The trio leaves, and the camera pans up and over the empty grave, which then fades into the present day, where Saul is in bed. He hears a knock on the door, and he receives a package that contains a swing master. Saul lies down, puts his feet up, and as Mike Nesmith's "Tapioca Tundra" begins to play, we get a nice montage of Saul, Jeff, and Buddy's plan starting to play out.
Saul drugs bottles of water and gives them to Jeff to place in his cab, which he gives to each mark. This knocks them out, allowing Buddy to sneak in and steal the info. They then sell this to another buyer, making a bunch of money in the process.
Gene is fully back into Saul mode, and we see him back at home sharing his bed with prostitutes, counting his money, and relishing in the thrill of scheming once again. At another bar, Saul encounters another mark who lets him know that he has cancer, initially throwing Saul off. After a few rounds, Saul puts him into the cab with Jeff, looking like he has a bit of regret.
We go back to the past, where Saul is in his office using his swing master, running through his daily routine with Francesca. He's then visited by Mike, who is still working with Gus but is also serving as Saul's private investigator.
He runs through a list of people Saul had Mike look into: A cheating wife, a bus driver with a broken neck, and a "second story" guy. They then arrive at Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
Mike tells him that Walter is sick, a chemistry teacher, and a real amateur in the game. Saul wants to reach out and get him more involved, but Mike advises him against it.
In the present, Saul makes his usual drink at his apartment, puts his feet up, and watches TV. He gets a call from Jeff and heads back to his house, where Marion sees him in the garage with Jeff and Buddy.
Buddy tells them that he doesn't want to rob this latest target because he has cancer, which Saul gets angry about. Buddy refuses again, and Saul tells him to get lost. Saul asks Jeff if he is in or not and that if he is, they need to continue with the plan.
They arrive at the house, where Jeff drops him, and Saul says he'll break in, even though the door has been locked due to Buddy removing the duct tape. This scene is framed against another one from the past, with Saul visiting Walter's high school. They are incredibly similar, except for one detail: Saul enters the high school without issue, but in the present, he breaks the door to the target's house and forcibly enters. The episode then cuts to black.