in the new breaking bad why did gus kill his worker?

when i saw it i was like what the hell why did he kill him?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    That and he proved to be incompetent, and Gus has zero tolerance for incompetence. He was unable to see that Gail was about to be killed, wasn't able to get there in time, didn't collect any evidence after being there, got identified at the scene of the crime, wasn't even able to find Jessie even though he had never left town, and wasn't able to answer any of Walt's questions about knowing if a batch went wrong. When you pair that last aspect with what Gail said at the beginning of the episode, that Gus wants perfection, it starts to make a lot more sense; love him or hate him, Walt gives perfection, this other guy didn't.

    • zserghn7 years agoReport

      Who would hate Walt?

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  • 7 years ago

    People are looking for a plausible answer when there is none -- basically there is a hole in the plot. The proper question to ask is: "Why did the writers deviate from a logical story line?" This is especially obvious when Victor's character and behavior change dramatically and inexplicably between Seasons 2 and 3. Also, Gus's entire M.O. changes here. Maybe there was a change in the writing team or some kind of conflict which produced a lack of consensus on the story line, Or maybe they needed to support something that will occur later in the plot, However, this assumes that the audience will have poor memories and not spot the inconsistencies in the characters and the story. If it's not logical, it's simply a hole in the plot. There is no explanation.

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  • 9 years ago

    It may have been because he was at the scene of the crime. I don't think it was for any of the other reasons like not being as good as a cook as Walt for instance. Consider this, when Gus walked in he knew he was going to kill his worker. He went straight to the chemical suits. Walt's speech had no impact on Gus's actions.

    Source(s): Logic and observation
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  • Bob
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    He was seen at the crime scene, and Gus wanted to show Walt and Jesse what he was capable of.

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  • Ben
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    He was scene at the crime scene and could be identified by the witnesses.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Was curious on the answer too

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