Walter White and Jesse Pinkman don’t know what to make of Tuco Salamanca’s uncle, Hector. The old man is wheelchair-bound and can’t speak, and Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s characters don’t even know if he is aware of what’s going on around him.
But there’s more to “Tio” than meets the eye. That becomes clear when he starts ringing a brass bell attached to his chair. The bell is Tio’s voice. It’s a little charred from an explosion, but it rings as clearly as it did when Tio tapped on it.
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