‘It Would Be a Damn Shame If They Didn’t’
Better Call Saul is coming close to the end, and fans are still wondering if the two people who started the franchise will appear – Bryan Cranston as Walter White and Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman. The series co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould may have finally revealed what’s in store. Read on.
What the Creators Said
Both Gilligan and Gould had remained coy so far, whenever they were posed with this question. They were asked the question once again during the premiere, and instead of dodging the question, they said that the two worlds will indeed, crossover. Gilligan said it would be a damn shame if the show ended without Cranston and Paul. He later added, “You heard it here first.” Gould then said that if a crossover does happen, now is the time. This is a hint to the show being a prequel to Breaking Bad, and how various events in Jimmy McGill’s (Bob Odenkirk) life leads him to Walter White.
How Cranston and Paul can Appear in Better Call Saul
The question is, how can they cross paths? In the original show, Walter is forced to team up with Saul Goodman to cover up his shady business. But Gould coyly said that the two worlds will crossover in a way you haven’t seen before.
We got to see Cranston and Paul for the last time in 2019’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Film. The movie released almost six years after the show wrapped up. Either way, the cameos are all but sure to happen, and we can leave it up to Gilligan and Gould to execute it perfectly.