The story of Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul) was left on a huge cliffhanger when Breaking Bad came to an end on AMC and Netflix in 2013. Last seen speeding away from the meth lab where he was kept prisoner, Jesse’s story was revisited in new Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Story. While the new film revisits plenty of features from the series, some fans are wondering if they’ve seen Kandy Welding Co before.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Breaking Bad and El Camino.
Kandy Welding Co is the company Jack Welker (Michael Bowen) hired to work on his meth lab.
At his clubhouse, Jack and his neo-Nazi crew had built an entire lab to produce Heisenberg-standard meth.
They captured, tortured and imprisoned Jesse in order for him to subserviently cook them crystal meth.
However, with the risks of Jesse escaping, Jack and his right-hand man Kenny (Kevin Rankin) hired a welding company to build a structure that would allow him to cook while still being restrained.
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Breaking Bad: Neil and his Kandy Welding Co van (Image: Netflix)
This is where Kandy Welding Co come in as a flashback in El Camino shows Neil (Scott MacArthur) installing a structure that would allow just that.
Neil installed a fishplate and gussets into the lab which would stop Jesse escaping, no matter how fast he could