Satisfying as the season five premiere of "Breaking Bad" was, most of us still spent the hour mourning the absence of super villain Gus Fring, who was (SPOILER ALERT) killed in a dramatic showdown at the end of season four.
But all's not lost: Buzzfeed has uncovered a 1982 appearance by Gus Fring (then known as his actual name, Giancarlo Esposito) on "Sesame Street" where he plays a camp counsellor named Mickey who shows Big Bird the ropes of being at camp.
Of course, if any of our own camp stories were even remotely entertaining as what Mickey and Big Bird experience, the childhood rite of passage wouldn't be the stuff of adult nightmares and/or anecdotes. And even if you've never been to camp, breathe easy: you can still live vicariously through the dynamic duo as they go swimming, eat waffles, play sports and take the bus.
As for you, "Breaking Bad" aficionados, you can use this clip to see how Mickey could easily turn to a life of crime after coaching Big Bird through homesickness and his hesitation to jump in a lake. It takes a strong man to put up with an emotional oversized bird - and an even stronger one to open a fried chicken chain years later and use it as a methamphetamine empire. Not that we're saying either are related.
We miss you, Gus.
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