It has been 9 years since the legendary series of Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad. In 2015 the spin off was released, Better Call Saul and although there were high expectations, Few had faith in him due to the bad streak that this type of prequels have had in other franchises.
Seven years later, the series starring Bob Odenkirk has shown that it is one of the best AMC productions and one of the best currently on the market. Catalogue from Netflix. LThe second part of the sixth season has arrived and the end of Better Call Saul.
For the first time in the entire series during episode 10, named ‘Nippy’, Jimmy or Saul Goodman made a direct reference to the character of Walter White and his development throughout the history of Breaking Bad.
Since the sixth season of the Spin off premiered The participation of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul in three different scenes was confirmed. Though Better Call Saul has shown that they achieved their own success without the need for the nostalgia of breaking badthese cameos are well received by fans of the series.
To the surprise of many, it was confirmed that the next episode of the series would be called Breaking Bad. Coincidence? Saul Goodman’s first appearance in breaking bad occurred during the eighth episode of the second season that was named Better Call Saul.
How will the appearance of Walter White?
The same actor who gives life to Walter White revealed in an interview the process they had to carry out in order to record the scenes they would have in the series without raising suspicions, he also mentioned that there were only three scenes that were recorded.
“There’s a scene where Aaron is without me and there’s a scene where I’m without him. And then there’s a scene where we’re both. So there are three scenes to come. It’s great. But to be honest, because we shot everything in a bubble and completely out of sequence, I don’t even know what episodes we’re in.he said during SiriusXM’s Basic! podcast.
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