Emmys 2012: Three reasons 'Breaking Bad's' Giancarlo Esposito will win... and three reasons why he won't

To say that Giancarlo Esposito's Emmy nomination was a surprise wouldn't be 100 percent correct. After all, "Breaking Bad" has become an Emmy favorite, and Esposito's role of Gustavo Fring was an iconic role on the show for at least two seasons. But just because the role was iconic doesn't always mean that it's going to get recognized (Ian McShane, for instance, never got nominated for playing Al Swearengen in "Deadwood"). So seeing his name on the list of nominees was unexpected, but makes sense, given what we know about Esposito's performance in the AMC show's fourth season.Now, as we look at the list of nominees in the supporting actor in a drama category, there's a good chance that Esposito might walk home with the prize. Why? Well, the first reason is a doozy...[Warning: spoilers about "Breaking Bad" seasons 4 and 5 will be spilled from this point forward!]Gus Fring is the best TV villain......



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