Many people devote time every week to sleuth out all of Better Call Saul’s references to Breaking Bad. Now, AMC has done the work for us!
Since the very first episode of Better Call Saul, fans have loved to see the show reference it’s predecessor, Breaking Bad. AMC and the show-runners are surely aware of this and include Easter Eggs in just about every episode. With Easter Eggs, come fans who meticulously search for them. However, with Better Call Saul season 3 over, AMC has revealed of this year’s references to Breaking Bad!
By following the link in that Tweet you’ll see that AMC has broken down the Easter Eggs by episode and supplied a video for each. The videos range between 30-to-90 seconds, so you can absolutely watch them all in one sitting. It’s easy to lose count over a 12-week period, but Better Call Saul really did a great job of bringing in so many Breaking Bad characters in organic ways this year.
What would it be like if Kim and Nacho met?
According to Michael Mando, like this:
As I’m sure you can guess by the quality, this isn’t a deleted scene, but rather a fun moment between two cast members who don’t share screen-time together. Also, check out the DVDs on the rack for some early-2000s nostalgia.
Additionally, you can catch Michael Mando in the upcoming film Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film releases on July 7th and Mando will be playing one of Spider-Man’s foes, The Scorpion.
– Little Barrie, the band behind the Better Call Saul title theme, has a new album dropping next month. In fact, some of the tracks on the album were intended to be used for Better Call Saul. I definitely recommend picking up the album, Death Express, once it’s officially released.
– With the third season of Better Call Saul wrapped up, you can now listen to every episode of the Better Call Saul Insider Podcast for the season. If you’re as starved for Better Call Saul content as I am, the podcasts are a great listen. Check them all out here.