After the break, Mike and Jesse are out in the middle of the desert, anticipating the meeting with their methylamine buyer. Jesse is antsy, but Mike, as ever, reassures him. A dark car pulls up and out come some guys, led by Declan, their buyer. Mike has brought one gallon, for free, and when Declan takes it back and tests it and verifies it's legit, Mike will provide the other 665 gallons, in exchange for what he would like to be rounded up to an even $10 million. Big numbers like that are just so easy to divide up between partners, see. Declan goes through the dance where he acts noncommittal for a moment before saying his people should be able to put together that kind of money; after all, it'll be worth it just to get the blue stuff off the streets. An ocean of silence follows, to the point where I wonder if the sound cut out, followed then by Declan asking more pointedly if this means the blue stuff will be off the market. So Mike has to explain that they have a third partner, who is not selling. He assures Declan that this won't be a problem for him, as their territories don't overlap. But it IS a problem. Declan says he's looking to use this buy to increase the scope of his market. So we have a standoff. Declan wants Fring's blue meth off the streets, and he'll pay $15k a gallon for the full thousand, but not a drop less. Mike says it's not his meth to sell, but Declan says it's not his problem.
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