The extractor: A king. Two kings.
Breaking Bad writers love nothing better than throwing in on-the-nose symbolism at the end of scenes. The “King” is obviously Heisenberg—he’s Ozymandias, he has an “empire,” we hear him called a Kingpin about 547 times.
But TWO kings? Whaaaaat? Could be him and Jack, could be him and Todd. Maybe even him and Jesse. Or perhaps the original king was Gus Fring and the second is Walt—he’s become just like Gus.
As told on the official podcast, this line was improv’d by Forster and they kept it in subsequent takes
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