Bob Odenkirk Reveals Plans for ‘Better Call Saul’ Series Finale
Aaron Paul, left, and Bryan Cranston attend the "Breaking Bad" final episodes premiere hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Wednesday, July 31, 2013, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

[Pictured are the stars of Breaking Bad (Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston), from which Better Call Saul evolved]

 

Recently, Bob Odenkirk revealed that the whole Better Call Saul cast will watch the series finale together.

Bob said, “We’re going to get together as a cast, at somebody’s house, and watch the episode.  And then we’re going to cry.”

He continued, “Rhea Seehorn, Michael McKean, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando:  This core group of actors are the best friends.

He added, “We’re going to miss each other awfully.”

Odenkirk continued, “In show business, you can’t guarantee that the next thing you do will be bigger than what you just did. Every project is an unsure endeavor so I’m more into doing something interesting that feels right.”

You may recall that Odenkirk suffered a serious heart attack, while he was filming an episode for the final season.  He made a solid recovery, and was back, filming, five weeks later, to finish the final episodes of AMC‘s Breaking Bad prequel.  That’s how Better Call Saul started, as a spin-off.

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