Season 6 of Better Call Saul will have more Walt & Jesse Drop Hints Bob OdenKirk

Star The final two episodes of Better Call Saul season 6 have a number of “dramatic” scenes starring Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, according to Bob Odenkirk.

Star The final two episodes of Better Call Saul season 6 have a number of “dramatic” scenes starring Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, according to Bob Odenkirk.

Showrunner Peter Gould shockingly revealed that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s characters would arrive at some point in the final season before the Breaking Bad spinoff returned to AMC this past April.

Audiences eagerly awaited the return of the adored meth cooking pair from Breaking Bad throughout the course of the following few months as they sat and watched.

When the title of season 6, episode 11, “Breaking Bad,” was made public last week, it served as the first sign that Walt and Jesse would soon be back.

After that, during Walt and Jesse’s statue dedication in Albuquerque, creator Vince Gilligan dispelled all scepticism, almost guaranteeing their appearance in the upcoming episode.

Now that the highly awaited episode has aired, viewers have finally had their first look at Walt and Jesse (along with their mobile meth lab) and their eventual attorney in Better Call Saul season 6.

In the prequel/sequel series, it seems like viewers haven’t seen the last of the Breaking Bad characters.

Bob Odenkirk hinted that Better Call Saul may feature more Walt and Jesse during a recent appearance on The View. In response to a question about Cranston and Paul’s appearances in the recently released episode 11, the Better Call Saul actor quickly advised viewers to brace themselves for more surprises, claiming Walt and Jesse’s return “was just the start” and hinting at future appearances from the pair that are more “powerful.” Odenkirk’s comments are below.

The truth is, it was just the start. There’s more of them. The scenes that come up are powerful. I love that everybody thinks they’re gonna show up. Then they see them, they go, “Great. We did it — we saw them again!” I’m like, “You never know what’s gonna come next on our show.” So don’t be sure you’ve seen the last — I’m telling you, you haven’t.

Odenkirk’s remarks shouldn’t surprise ardent Better Call Saul viewers all that much. There was no feeling of closure for the Breaking Bad era timeframe in Better Call Saul season 6, episode 11.

The episode finishes with Saul choosing to see Walt at his high school and offer his help in expanding his drug operation against Mike’s concerns, while Gene chooses to break into a target’s home who is also terminally ill from cancer.

Given the cliffhanger conclusion, Better Call Saul is obviously still examining how important Saul was to Heisenberg’s ascent to power and juxtaposing the two timelines.

Walt and Jesse will reportedly make additional appearances, thus the remaining two episodes will probably continue to explore this aspect. Walt and Jesse needed a major distributor throughout the events of Breaking Bad, and Saul was the one to bring them to Gus Fring through their shared link.

However, Better Call Saul indicates that Gus initially had no interest in conducting business with the amateur meth producers, indicating that Saul’s ability to persuade him to change his mind most likely led to the eventual failure of everyone involved.

For the final two episodes, Walt and Jesse will return to help the prequel programmed recreate these incidents from Saul’s point of view.

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