Bryan Cranston Details Saul’s Better Call Breaking Bad Crossover Scenes
As fans wait to see Walt and Jesse return to the world of Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston has teased several scenes.
There’s been a lot of speculation about cameos from Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the spinoff show’s final season. You better call Saul. As the final episodes prepare to begin airing on AMC, the actor Bryan Cranston teased exactly how the pair will make their long-awaited return to the breaking Bad universe.
You better call Saul had been just as popular as the show it was inspired by, and after following Bob Odenkirk’s dodgy lawyer for five seasons, the sixth season brought the show a touching distance from Walt and Jesse. While showrunner Peter Gould has confirmed that the two actors will appear in ways no one has yet guessed, Bryan Cranston told SiriusXM’s Basic! podcast a bit more about how the pair figure on the show. He explained:
“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 together. So there are three scenes to come. is pretty cool. But to be honest with you — because we shot everything in a bubble and completely out of order — I don’t even know what episodes we’re in (laughs).
They took us privately to Albuquerque, went to a private area of the airport, [and] as soon as we got off the plane, an SUV was waiting for us on the steps. So the last step on the tarmac was two steps and then in the car. We were completely masked. It’s very Breaking Bad. It was exciting because nobody knew, or could know, that we were in town.”
Bob Odenkirk teased several Walt and Jesse scenes last month
While Bryan Cranston broke down that the breaking Bad cameo appearances are not a unique moment, You better call Saul Bob Odenkirk, the lead, has already hinted that Walt and Jesse will appear on more than one occasion in the final episodes of season six. In a previous interview, Odenkirk said:
“[It was] so good. Seeing Bryan and Aaron play Walt and Jesse… It’s not just once… And it was great. Well, I know what’s going on. I can not tell you. If I told you where he is today, you would know… But it’s sad to see him go. He is still alive in my heart and I will see what happens in the next episodes. You will see…”
Although this is the end for the breaking Bad franchise at the moment, that shouldn’t last long as there are already plans in place to develop more spin-offs of the series. While there’s been no exact word on what they might be focusing on or when they can be expected, AMC’s Dan McDermott has previously said they’ll be leaving the door open for more drama from from breaking Bad universe if creators and stars were on board. With You better call Saul proving just as popular as its predecessor, it probably won’t be long before we revisit the world again.