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Building Better Ideas. On a scale of 1 to 11 with 11 being the worst , just how bad do they break? El Camino opens with a flashback, focusing on a quieter serene moment between Jesse and Mike. White — err, Heisenberg — transpires. Their conversation centers around money, and their future plans. The age differential between the two is pretty glaring in this moment. They stare out at the placid expanse wishing for better things.
But the knowledge of the events, as they ended up happening in the series, gives the audience a poetic bit of foreshadowing … at least for one of the men on-screen. It was pretty obvious, even before the casting announcement that Baker would be returning as Skinny Pete, that Jesse would turn to his old friend for help. After all this time living in a cage, following the demands of a group of murderous Nazis, a familiar friendly face is exactly what Pinkman needed.
The duo gives Jesse two huge wads of spending cash, new car keys, and well wishes. Skinny Pete lucks out on all accounts here. Not too shabby. But unlike Pete, Badger faces some sacrifice to help Pinkman. He also gives Pinkman all his cash. These are giving actions, but it feels as if Pete needs to nudge Badger towards such kindness. And once you do get home, seeing the sweet ride your roommate got for a similar sort of kindness? The owner of the junkyard both Pinkman and Mr. As we mentioned earlier, Jesse needed to get rid of this car. What does this mean? Well, a whole buttload of cops were certainly on their way.
And given that the car was marred by the massacre from the night before, that was too much heat for Joe to handle. Honestly, getting Old Joe out of his office probably is a big deal unto itself.
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We watched as he narrowly escaped death after Hank was gunned down by the Nazi gang. Do we even want to call it a relationship? It turns out Todd murdered his housekeeper because she discovered where the man was hiding all his cash: in a series of leather-bound books. It took some work, but Jesse was able to hunt down Ed, the vacuum repairman. Consider it like an off-the-books type of Witness Protection where the criminal in question gets a completely new identity and is relocated.
Jesse goes through quite a hunt to track down Ed, and once in his store, it takes some work to get the man to acknowledge Pinkman. Peering through the blinds, he sees his parents on the news. During the search they found Mr Threlfall said when his mobile phone was examined it was found that he had been selling the drugs in amounts up to a half an ounce.
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Satchell, of Landford Crescent, Coate, pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis with intent to supply. Probation officer Andy Pearson told the court the defendant had informed him that at the time of the offence he 'was in quite a bad place'. He said he had been kicked out of home and lost his job, so he had moved in with his friend Mervyn Willis.
When the opportunity came to make some money dealing cannabis he said that he took it, in a bid to make ends meet. Clair Fear, defending, said her client accepted the money in the bag was his but the other sums did not belong to him. Passing sentence Judge Robert Pawson said: "You were doing this to make money. You lost your job, you thought this was a way of making money. He imposed an eight month jail term suspended for 18 months and told him to do hours of unpaid work.
Satchell was brought before the court in custody after he failed to turn up fro a sentencing hearing earlier in the week.