Better Call Saul : Hidden details you missed in episodes’ titles

If you’ve seen Breaking Bad but not Better Call Saul, you recall Bob Odenkirk’s character, Saul Goodman. Odenkirk made the fraudster appear real and believable. Fans liked Saul Goodman, so fans were excited when Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould revealed they would continue the Breaking Bad plot.

Since Gilligan and Gould were involved, the show would have hidden meanings. Even the colors individuals wear in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are said to reflect their personalities or moods, so any tiny detail may impact, including the episode titles.

‘Better Call Saul’ is a Sequel series to ‘Breaking Bad.’

Better Call Saul is set before Breaking Bad, in the early to mid-2000s. It follows con artist Jimmy McGill as he transforms into Saul Goodman, a semi-reputable criminal defense attorney who gets involved with a Juarez-based drug gang.

Gus Fring and Mike Ehrmantraut also appear in Better Call Saul, which develops their backstories. Mike and Saul are first separated in the series.

Instead of being a tale about Saul, it’s a collection of prequel vignettes that expand Breaking Bad’s environment.

Hidden meanings are in many ‘Better Call Saul’ episode names.

Nothing is a given in Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, and everything might be a message. Both programs are packed with hidden mysteries and riddles.

Better Call Saul episode names may include secret messages. Every episode of the first season concluded with the letter O. Only “Alpine Shepherd Boy” was different.

Only one was different since it was meant to be branded “Jell-O,” and the creators wanted to avoid trademark litigation. The O’s symbolism is obscure, but it’s clearly purposeful.

The initial letters of each season’s episode unscramble to create “FRING’S BACK.” This highly buried code message would have been a welcome prediction of Gus Fring’s future debut on Breaking Bad.

‘Breaking Bad’ was symbolic.

Breaking Bad fans won’t be shocked because the same was confirmed from the start. Fans still speculate about the show’s minutiae years after it concluded in 2013 to find hidden meanings.

Breaking Bad episode names and episode count have hidden implications, as with Better Call Saul. Breaking Bad, with its chemistry-teacher-gone-bad storyline and opening titles, has 62 episodes.

Samarium, element 62, is used to assist cancer patients in easing discomfort. In this sense, the number of episodes represented Walter White’s story.

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