Walt works alongside Gale at Gus' sleepy little coffee shop Los Frijoles Saltarines. Then Jesse shows up, and Walt's mid-life crisis looks a hell of a lot brighter now.
In which coffee and cakes bring Walt and Jesse together, Mike teaches Jesse important life lessons, Gus meddles in Walt's love life, and coffee shop turf wars are an actual thing.
“I want you to promise me something. If you ever wanna drop off Walt’s radar for a while, just come here.” Saul’s promise sets Jesse on a life-altering course of change and growth. But Walt’s trying to force his way back into Jesse’s life, and if he ever found out that Saul and Jesse are more than just friends... Set in S3; runs from the end of “Mas” onward to the end of S4.
When Jesse suggests skipping town instead of killing Gale, Walt never imagined the two of them would end up living together in the snow-capped forest of New Hampshire under assumed identities. With no one to trust but each other, Walt and Jesse share a spark that opens up a whole new world of possibilities.
As the duo grow closer, Walt learns why he and Jesse keep coming together against all odds: natural, basic chemistry.
After the events of Felina, Jesse tracks Saul down to Omaha, Nebraska and asks him to find Brock. What happens instead gives Jesse a chance at a normal life, the happily-ever-after he’s been searching for in a post-Heisenberg haze. But Jesse’s haunted by his past in more ways than one, and it’s not long before the ghost of Walter White threatens to unravel Jesse’s new life.
S1 AU. Jesse and Walt are a married couple going on five years of domestic drudgery. When Jesse discovers Walt's been hiding a cancer diagnosis, he pays a visit to divorce attorney Saul Goodman. But Walt isn't letting Jesse go without a fight, and his combative tactics all but push Jesse toward Saul, who's everything Walt isn't. As tensions climb and culminate, Jesse's got a secret of his own, one that could put himself and Saul in danger if Walt ever finds out.
Honestly, Saul should be used to this by now. A good seventy percent of their encounters involve Mike presenting what he wants, Saul flailing his arms and protesting, and Mike just glaring at him pointedly until Saul relents or, in this case, grievously injures himself.
Jesse decides to take his five million dollar payout to Las Vegas, the city of neon glitz, questionable life decisions, and gambling-induced bankruptcy. With Saul along for the ride though, Jesse's in for a hell of a weekend. (Set in S5A after the Chicks 'n Guns deleted scene from 5x08.)