The clue is in the name of the latest episode: “Breaking Bad.” But after six seasons of Bob Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman leading the charge, we finally got those long-awaited cameos from Breaking Bad alumni Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.The action in the episode flips between the Better Call Saul timeline and the “future” of what happens to Jimmy McGill/Saul following his deal with Ed, aka the Disappearer.
The black and white scenes of Saul’s alias Gene Takavic in Omaha have always fascinated fans, and as we head toward Better Call Saul’s endgame (just two episodes left now!), Cinnabon Gene is proving just as important as the titular Saul.Better Call Saul telling its own story away from the series it is a prequel to, Breaking Bad, all changed with the arrival of the villainous Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) in Season 3.
Taking us back to that fateful night where we first met Saul in the desert of Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 8, the worlds of Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad fully come together.Rhea Seehorn's Kim Wexler and Bob Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman.Having the two star-crossed lovers put their differences aside and walk off into the sunset doesn’t seem very Better Call Saul, leading some fans to think Kim is ready to hand Jimmy over to the authorities for the ultimate case of revenge being a dish best served cold
With only two episodes of Better Call Saul left, place your bets on what’s being cooked up in the lab
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