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|“||You're not cut out for this line of work, Walter. You should get out, while you still can.||„|
|~ Krazy-8 to Walter White during their last conversation.|
Domingo Gallardo Molina, better known as Krazy-8, is a character in the AMC crime-drama Breaking Bad. He was a meth distributor formerly associated with Jesse Pinkman, and the cousin of Emilio Koyama. He acted as the main antagonist for the first half of season one, and a minor character in Season 2 and 3 of Better Call Saul.
He was portrayed by Max Arciniega.
According to himself, he was born in Albuquerque. He has an uncle called Alex who wrote songs for the furniture store infomercial.
He began working as a meth distributor with his cousin Emilio Koyama-as well as a DEA informant. Krazy-8 is seen delivering cash payment to Tuco Salamanca but Nacho Varga stops Tuco and lets Krazy-8 go.
Krazy-8 delivers a cash payment while Hector Salamanca is watching but Nacho brings back Krazy-8 and beats him savagely.
The next week, Krazy-8 is still injured being beaten by Nacho. He delivers another payment to Nacho, who tells him that Krazy-8 gave him the right correct amount of cash and lets Krazy-8 go. Krazy-8, secretly a snitch to the DEA, reported the location of Emilio and Jesse's meth lab. It led to the bust of the lab and the arrest of Emilio.
Walter White | Krazy-8 | Emilio Koyama | Joaquin Salamanca | Tuco Salamanca | Don Eladio | No-Doze | Nacho Varga | Saul Goodman | Kenny | Gustavo Fring | Neil Kandy | Casey | Mike Ehrmantraut | Marco and Leonel Salamanca | Hector Salamanca | Lydia Rodarte-Quayle | Tyrus Kitt | Jack Welker | Todd Alquist | Jesse Pinkman | Rival Dealers