Cameo of a ‘Breaking Bad’ character in ‘Better Call Saul’
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‘Better Call Saul’ has brought a character from ‘Breaking Bad’ by surprisewhich fans will recognize, in the newly released series finale.
In ‘Saul Gone’, Jimmy McGill’s alter ego, Gene Takavic (Bob Odenkirk), is arrested and becomes the “counselor” of former rival Bill Oakley (Peter Diseth). Afterward, they meet with the feds while being watched by none other than, marie schrader (Betsy Brandt), from the original show (you’ll remember her as the wife of the late Hank (Dean Norris)).
Gene is told that he is facing big charges for his crimes and is offered 30 years on a guilty plea. Marie tells him all the damage she has caused and he decides to play the role of the victim. When he starts to say that he is just a man who has lost everything, the prosecutor asks him if he thinks any jury is going to believe him, to which he scoffs that he only needs to convince one person.
Like Marie, we can also see a flash back of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Saul, at the end of ‘Breaking Bad’ when they make themselves “disappear”. As they argue over what to do with a time machine, Walt laments about how rich he’d be if he’d stayed on. Gray Matter Technologies. Saul remembers his 22 years and the accident that left his knee damaged forever. “My knee has not been the same” he admits, and Walt says: “So you’ve always been like this”.
In an interview with rolling stonethe co-creator of the series, peter gould, admitted that there were more cameos that he would have liked to see in this ending. “I would have loved to see Patrick Fabian (Howard Hamlin) back, or have Dean Norris too.” said. “Anna Gunn (Skyler White) would have been great if she fit into the story. I love the whole cast. I’m greedy. scenes“.
“It would certainly have brought them back. And, of course, Michael Mando, Nacho’s shadow is present throughout the season. The feeling I had in this episode was similar to ‘A Christmas Carol’. Gene becomes Saul and is visited by three ghosts. In every moment that he receives one of these visits, you realize that he is a man trapped in a loop.” He went on to say: “It’s not an exact analogy, but I hope those flashbacks help show the change he is experiencing in this episode. It’s changing, and that’s a hard thing to do.”
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