SPOILER ALERT: This post contains significant plot details from the first four seasons of AMC’s Breaking Bad.
Over four seasons, Breaking Bad‘s Walter White has evolved from neutered sadsack to duplicitous badass, adding “wholesale meth manufacturer” to his résumé, beating Mexican drug lords on their own turf and winning some power back from perhaps the toughest of all foes: his wife. As can be expected after such a journey, White has all but turned his back on morality (see: Lily of the Valley). But at least he still values the righteousness of democracy, even if he’s using his burgeoning reputation and an implication of physical harm to sway votes. (On second thought, maybe that’s not really democracy after all.)
Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, a real institution in California, is gearing up for its student body presidential election. Candidate Summer Kennedy sought out White’s enemy Gus Fring (killed by White in Season 4 using an elderly kamikaze and a wheelchair rigged with explosives), to film an endorsement video. So Maxwell Ulin, another candidate, one-upped his foe using the same cunning of a behatted Heisenberg, getting White to oppose Fring — and his candidate of choice — one more time.