With Hank Closing In, 'Breaking Bad' Reveals a Bit of Gus' Past (VIDEO)

Gustavo Fring is one of the most enigmatic and fascinating characters on television. Now that he's on Hank's radar on 'Breaking Bad' (Sun., 10PM ET on AMC), the writers have begun to slowly peel back the onion, revealing a few of the layers of his complex and stoic personality. Hank's investigations into Gus' past take him clearly to Mexico and then back to Chile, but there he hits a roadblock, as there are no records of Gus in Chile. Neither do we get any knowledge of who he was in Chile, but we do get a hint that it was something notorious based on a flashback to Mexico.

BREAKING BAD “Hermanos” Season 4 Episode 8

Watch a preview and check out photos of the upcoming episode  of  BREAKING BAD  “Hermanos” Season 4 Episode 8 which airs Sunday September 4 at 10pm on AMC. Synopsis:  BREAKING BAD “Hermanos” Season 4 Episode 8 – Skyler develops an unusual solution to her money troubles. Hank enlists Walt to investigate a theory. Walt’s impatience with Jesse grows. Read More...

'Breaking Bad' sneak peek: Walt's double-edged advice

Even when he's giving good advice, Walter White can manage to be less than honest with himself.In this exclusive first look at Sunday's (Sept. 4) "Breaking Bad" episode, "Hermanos," Walt (Bryan Cranston) is in for his regular cancer scan when he meets a nervous, more recently diagnosed fellow patient. The guy tells a sob story about how the cancer has altered his life's plans, and Walt scoffs."Never give up control. Live life on your own terms," he says. "... One of these times -- hell, maybe even today -- I'm going to hear some bad news. But until then, who's in charge? Me. That's how I live my life."As far as the other patient knows, that's a pretty good pep talk. But we know that Walt's world has been spinning out of control for most of this season, so his words come across more as an attempt to convince himself of what he says than...

Breaking Bad Promo: Do It, Jesse!

Worlds are colliding on Breaking Bad , from the cartel to the DEA. Will Gus survive the quickly-crushing walls around his drug operation? It seems unlikely, based on recent developments . Looking ahead to next Sunday, Walt will learn about Hank's case against his boss, which prompts him to pressure Jesse to get the job done. After all, if Hank is close to Gus, he's also close the men who manufacture the meth. Meanwhile, Skyler comes up with a money laundering solution. Check out the official promo for "Hermanos" now.