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Co-creator Vince Gilligan originally envisioned the Better Call Saul season finale with a cameo from a Breaking Bad character, but it was shot down by the other writers. Here's how the Breaking Bad actor felt about that.
Once again, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould crafted an hour of television that proved how superior they are to the majority of live-action storytellers, and if Gilligan had his way, the episode would have featured a clever Breaking Bad cameo.
While we wish all shows on television could be as dense and thought-out as Breaking Bad was, that kind of quality control is more of the exception than the rule. And sometimes the details even flew over Vince Gilligan's head.
Any actors with major parts on hit shows are bound to be hit with celebrity status, and Breaking Bad was so huge that co-lead Aaron Paul will probably be asked by fans to call them “bitch” until he retires... even at his wedding.
The world of Breaking Bad was so rich and deep that years after its excellent series finale, fans are still talking about the ins and the outs of Walter White’s rise and fall, as there are still plenty of details and questions that were never fully explained. Creator Vince Gilligan just cleared one of them up.
Bob Odenkirk recently opened up regarding the question of Walter White appearing on Better Call Saul.
Luckily for fans of both series, actor Aaron Paul seems to think that Jesse Pinkman could very well show up on Better Call Saul in the near future.
Watching Bob Odenkirk’s ascent from Schmo to Joe on Better Call Saul is entertaining enough without Breaking Bad cameos involved, but they're awesome, and the method behind bringing people back makes a lot of sense.
With the second season of Better Call Saul premiering in two weeks on AMC, a new clip from the series has hit the web.
One of the most exciting parts of Better Call Saul is the possibility of Breaking Bad characters entering the world. Aaron Paul recently spoke to the possibility of Jesse appearing in the prequel show
Bruce Wayne’s investigation of his parents’ murder has been a slow undertaking on Gotham, but when the show returns next month, he’ll will finally learn the identity of this mysterious killer.
In Better Call Saul Season 1, Bob Odenkirk’s excellent performance almost had us forgetting all about our hopes and dreams for what Breaking Bad characters might appear on the show. But now our hopes are back in full force.
We all probably tell ourselves that we would exhibit adroit social skills when meeting a beloved celebrity, but there are a lot of people out there who are not so mentally sharp in the heat of the moment. Jesse Plemons knows this.
With so much great television on at the moment, you have to have some really captivating characters to differentiate yourself from the plethora of programming that’s available. While of course a series needs to have characters that the viewer really cares about, there’s perhaps an even more effective way of writing awesome characters. Namely: to make a character that’s a downright awful person.
Breaking Bad would not have been nearly as successful as it was without DEA Agent/Brother-in-law Hank Schrader. But it turns out a complete fluke stopped him from being killed off earlier in the series.