My apologies for spoiling the year-old, in case you’re one of those Breaking Bad fans still trudging their way through the first four seasons on Netflix. (If you didn’t know by now, I don’t know how you could expect his faceoff with Walt to be peacefully resolved.) But anyways: Gus Fring’s exit might not be so permanent, as actor Giancarlo Esposito told E! that there have been faint discussions about his return to the show. While dropping phrases like there has been talk” and “there has been certainly ideas floating around,” he also offered a more formative nugget about how Gus might reappear post-showdown: “I want to come back in Walt’s dream and haunt him.” Which obviously the obvious take, given that Gus can’t exactly stroll back through the doors of a Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant as though half his face isn’t missing. But any final taste of arguably the best non-Walt, non-Jesse Breaking Bad character is alright by me, as it should be by you. In other news, Esposito is up for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama—an award he should run away with, if there’s any justice.