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Michael Ehrmantraut ist eine fiktive Figur in Breaking Bad und seinem Spinoff-Prequel Better Call Saul, gespielt von Jonathan Banks. Mike ist ein ehemaliger Polizeibeamter in Philadelphia, der für Gus Fring - und gelegentlich für Saul Goodman -. Michael "Mike" Ehrmantraut arbeitet als Handlanger für Saul Goodman und kommt immer dann zum. Die Rolle des Mike Ehrmantraut war in Breaking Bad eigentlich nie vorgesehen. Ihr Auftauchen haben wir den Terminproblemen des Saul. Immerhin wurde Mike in der siebten Episode der fünften „Breaking Bad“-Staffel von Walter White (Bryan Cranston) höchstpersönlich erschossen. Jonathan Banks (* Januar in Washington, D.C.) ist ein US-amerikanischer Wiseguy ( bis ) war er für einen Emmy nominiert, ebenso für seine Rolle als Mike Ehrmantraut in Breaking Bad und Better Call Saul
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Jason Normandy. Robert Truman. Mike admits to her that he was involved in corruption in Philadelphia, and confesses that he "broke" his son Matt by persuading him to go along.
Matt's partner and another cop killed him for fear he would report them, so Mike retaliated by killing the two of them, then moving to Albuquerque to be near his daughter-in-law and granddaughter.
Stacey accepts Mike's explanation and consoles him. The detectives leave for Philadelphia, and one privately assures Mike that he has little to fear.
Mike aids Jimmy in proving the Kettlemans staged their own disappearance, then helps Jimmy recover and return the money the Kettlemans embezzled.
On one of his "muscle" jobs, Mike is employed by Daniel Wormald "Pryce" to protect him during a drug deal with Nacho Varga. Mike has no weapon, but remains calm and controlled.
After the deal is complete, Mike explains that he investigated Nacho beforehand and determined he was operating without the knowledge of his bosses in the Salamanca drug cartel, giving him an incentive to ensure that the transaction went smoothly.
Impressed by Mike's work for Pryce, Nacho approaches him with a request to kill his boss Tuco Salamanca , Hector's nephew.
Nacho fears Tuco may learn about his outside drug deals, and that his erratic behavior will draw unwanted police attention to the Salamanca drug business.
Rather than kill Tuco, Mike engineers a public altercation so that Tuco is sentenced to prison for assault. Hector convinces Mike to say that the gun Tuco was carrying was his to reduce Tuco's sentence, but Mike suspects Hector knows the truth.
He intended for a "Good Samaritan" to free the driver, but learns from Nacho that when someone did stop to help, the truck driver called Hector first, and Hector's crew cleaned up the scene and killed the Good Samaritan.
Mike decides to kill Hector and procures a black market sniper rifle. As he prepares to fire at Hector, he is suddenly interrupted by the horn of a car.
Mike finds his moves have been tracked by Gus Fring , the owner of the Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant chain, which is part of the cartel's drug trafficking chain.
Gus meets with Mike and explains that he does not want Hector dead until the time is right. He encourages Mike to continue to disrupt Hector's drug trafficking and attempts to pay him, but Mike does not accept the money.
Mike joins Stacey at group therapy sessions to help her overcome Matt's death. Mike quits work at the parking lot and conducts actual security consulting at Madrigal.
Lydia Rodarte-Quayle informs him the consulting contract was supposed to be a paper transaction, but Mike argues that his inspections provide plausible cover if anyone questions the payments.
When Lydia complains to Gus, he tacitly approves of Mike's actions. At the group therapy sessions, Mike confronts another attendee over his lies, which causes a temporary rift between Stacey and Mike.
Conflict between the Salamancas and Gus' organization lead to Hector Salamanca suffering a stroke, and Gus discreetly pays for his recovery to the point where he recovers his mental faculties and can move his right index finger.
Gus initiates plans for a meth lab to be built under an industrial laundry, which is part of his plan to end reliance on cartel cocaine smuggled from Mexico.
Mike arranges for structural engineers to secretly visit and assess the site while Gus silently observes.
Gus selects Werner Ziegler to oversee construction of the lab, and Mike arranges for living quarters for Werner and his men during the months-long project.
Mike takes to Werner, and tries to cover for him to Gus when Werner inadvertently reveals minimal details of the lab's construction to patrons at a local bar.
When construction falls behind schedule, a homesick Werner escapes, intending to meet his wife at a nearby spa. Mike catches up to Werner and realizes that he has inadvertently revealed the existence of a construction project to Hector's nephew Lalo Salamanca , who has arrived to take over management of the Salamanca drug business.
Gus orders Werner's death, and offers to send someone to do it, but Mike executes Werner himself. Werner's death forces Gus to halt construction of the lab.
Mike reacts with disgust at Gus's seeming lack of compassion for Werner and refuses Gus' offer to continue paying him during the delay.
Mike continues to struggle with Werner's death and drinks to excess. He becomes alienated from his family when he loses his temper with Kaylee, which leads Stacey to ask Mike to keep his distance.
A gang with whom Mike had a previous altercation beats and stabs him. He awakens at a ranch in Mexico which has ties to Gus, where his wounds have been treated by Dr.
Barry Goodman. Gus asks for his aid against the Salamancas because Mike understands Gus' need for revenge. Mike secretly points police to Lalo's car and its ties to the murder of Fred the money wire clerk, which causes Lalo's arrest.
Gus wants Lalo released, so Mike gives Jimmy details about the work he did to investigate to Lalo. Jimmy uses the information to accuse police of witness tampering, enabling him to win Lalo's release on bail.
Mike spends time with Kaylee and tells Stacey he is over the recent events that angered him. Several gunmen stop Jimmy, take the cash and prepare to kill him.
Mike was tracking Jimmy for Gus, and kills all but one of the attackers, who escapes. When Jimmy's car breaks down Mike and Jimmy take the money and walk cross-country, camp overnight, then resume their trek the next morning.
When they see the surviving gunman is still searching, they work together to kill him. Jimmy and Mike make their way to a truck stop, where Tyrus and Victor pick them up.
Jimmy posts Lalo's bail and says he was alone and his car broke down, so he walked in order to avoid risking the money.
Mike updates Gus, who realizes Juan Bolsa hired the gunmen in the belief that he was protecting Gus' business by keeping Lalo in jail.
Lalo intends to skip bail and return to Mexico. Nacho brings him to the same place where Jimmy received Lalo's bail money so that Leonel and Marco can pick him up.
Instead, Lalo searches for Jimmy's car. After finding it, he returns to Albuquerque with Nacho and goes to Kim and Jimmy's apartment.
Mike calls Jimmy to alert him to Lalo's imminent arrival and directs Jimmy to leave his phone on and hidden so Mike can listen in.
As Mike trains a sniper rifle on Lalo from a nearby roof, Lalo reveals he found bullet holes in Jimmy's car.
Kim tells Lalo that passersby probably shot at the car for fun and berates him for not trusting Jimmy.
Lalo appears satisfied and departs. Jimmy asks Mike why Mike is protecting him, but Mike hangs up. Mike informs Gus that Lalo is en route to his home in Chihuahua and Nacho is with him.
Gus tells Mike he sent gunmen to kill Lalo and says Nacho might be able to help. Jimmy goes to Mike's house and demands to know why Mike has been aiding him.
Mike tells Jimmy that Lalo will be killed that night. By time of Breaking Bad , Mike still works for Gus, and does occasional work for Jimmy, who continues practicing law under the name Saul Goodman.
After Walt allows Jane to die from a heroin overdose, Saul dispatches Mike to clean Jesse 's apartment.
Mike removes all traces of the drugs and provides Jesse advice that enables him to avoid incriminating himself when speaking to police after Mike leaves.
When Jesse later goes missing Mike tracks him down and drives Walt to the location. Mike sees Walt arrive home, followed soon after by Tuco's cousins, who intend to kill Walt in retaliation for Tuco's death.
Gus then anonymously warns Hank, who is able to fight back. He survives the attack and kills one cousin, and Mike kills the other in the hospital.
The cartel disrupts Gus' meth distribution and he has Mike investigate. Mike kills the four cartel operatives sent to harass Duane Chow, one of Gus' chemical suppliers.
He later hides in one of the Los Pollos Hermanos trucks during a drug run so he can learn the cartel's tactics and implement countermeasures that protect future drug shipments.
While Walt and Jesse have been cooking meth in the underground superlab, Jesse has become more unstable. Knowing Jesse intends to kill the dealers, Walt acts first and runs them down with his car, then tells Jesse to flee.
Gus keeps Walt on, but requires that he work with Gale again. Walt correctly fears that once Gale knows enough to take over, Gus will have Walt and Jesse killed.
Walt tricks Mike into looking for Jesse in the wrong place, giving Walt time to meet Jesse and tell him to find Gale's address.
Mike later escorts Walt back to the lab on the pretense of responding to a chemical spill, but Walt knows Mike is supposed to kill him. Intending to kill Jesse too, Mike instructs Walt to call Jesse and persuade him to come to the lab.
Instead, Walt tells Jesse to kill Gale so that Gus will have to keep them alive to continue meth production. Jesse kills Gale. Victor arrives soon after and brings Jesse back to the lab.
Mike and Victor keep watch over Jesse and Walt while waiting for Gus. Knowing he was recognized at Gale's house, and hoping to demonstrate that he can still be useful to Gus, Victor begins producing a batch of meth, revealing that he has learned the process by watching Walt and Jesse.
Gus arrives, kills Victor in front of Walt and Jesse, then tells them to get back to work. Mike increases security at the lab, including installing video cameras and personally standing watch over Walt and Jesse while they work.
Mike informs Gus they may be able to drive Walter and Jesse apart. Gus agrees, and Mike takes Jesse with him on dead-drop retrievals and other tasks.
Jesse foils a prearranged attack on Mike, boosting his confidence and increasing his loyalty to Mike and Gus.
After another Los Pollos Hermanos truck is robbed and the meth stolen, Jesse aids Mike in retrieving it. His competence convinces Mike and Gus to continue making use of Jesse, and he goes to Mexico with them for a meeting between Gus and the cartel leaders that is intended to end their dispute.
Jesse produces a superior batch of meth on his own, and Gus offers to have him stay in Mexico to produce it for the cartel. Jesse is apprehensive, but the offer is a ruse.
During a party at Don Eladio 's house to celebrate the rapprochement, Gus uses a poisoned bottle of tequila to kill most of the cartel leaders, including taking the first drink himself to alleviate suspicion.
Mike is shot helping Gus escape, and Jesse helps both the ill Gus and injured Mike make their way to pre-planned medical treatment.
For the doctor Gus has hired, Mike's wounds are secondary to Gus' illness, and after Gus recovers, Mike remains in Mexico for several weeks while Gus and Jesse return to Albuquerque.
While Mike is recovering, Walt engineers Gus's death, after which he and Jesse destroy the meth lab.
Mike learns of Gus' death, blames Walt, and intends to kill him. As Mike drives back to Albuquerque, he encounters Walt and Jesse, who explain why they killed him.
They remind him that the security camera footage from the lab can implicate both Mike and them, and ask for his aid in destroying it.
Mike tells them the recordings were stored on Gus' laptop, which is now in police custody.