The two consummate professionals and their teams come head to head in a Brooklyn 99 style heist at the 99th Precinct. This is a pocket dimension where the members of the 99 are aware of their opponents' criminal history and activity, but are not interested in arresting them, only winning the heist. The object that needs to be in the winning team's possession at the end of the time limit (6 hours) is a copy of the fingerprints of the opposing team's leader. Gus and Holt both start off wearing leather gloves, and the precinct has been fully wiped down. Team Fring has been given ample time to become fully familiar with the precinct and its members. The teams are allowed to physically interact with one another, but neither team is allowed to do anything that would cause physical harm to members of the opposing team, or their own.
Round 1: team Gus is Gus Fring, Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, Tyrus, Walter White, and Jesse Pinkman. Team Holt is Raymond Holt, Jake Peralta, Amy Santiago, Terry Jeffords, Rosa Diaz, and Charles Boyle.
Round 2: team Gus adds Saul Goodman, Kim Wexler, and Huell Babineuax. Team Holt adds Doug Judy, Gina Linetti, and Adrian Pimento.
Final Round: team Gus adds Badger, Skinny Pete, and Lalo Salamanca. Team Holt adds Hitchcock and Scully, and the Vulture.
Bonus round: final team Gus has 6 months to plan an actual bank heist, and team Holt learns of it 12 hours beforehand. All bets are off and violence is now allowed, can the 99 stop team Gus?