In a recent interview, he said that he does not think he has to one-up Walter White of “Breaking Bad” because the people behind the mother series were all part of the conceptualization of “Better Call Saul,” anchored on the phenomenon of “Breaking Bad.”
He also added that while he is known more to fans as the sleazy lawyer Saul Goodman in “Breaking Bad,” he still finds himself more like Jimmy McGill than Saul Goodman since the former is not living with the world directly and he is suffering for it.
During a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Bob Odenkirk assumed his in-character Saul Goodman and poked fun at Jimmy Fallon. The segment was quite fascinating for viewers as Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman managed to pull off the segment without breaking into a smile, making one thinks that his assault on Jimmy Fallon was for real, details Crossmap.
Even though the series is still to hit the TV screen early next year, fans of “Better Call Saul” got a glimpse of the transforming Jimmy McGill through the two officially released behind-the-scene photos of the show’s Season 2 last month.
One of the photos focus on showrunners Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan, the other image shows McGill appears to be in trouble as he is seemingly being confronted by two men.