Bob Odenkirk, who played Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad and its spinoff Better Call Saul, shared a stunning tribute to the latter in the form of a fan-made stained-glass window.
The window features representations of Saul and his partner-in-crime, Kim Wexler, along with several Easter eggs from Better Call Saul. Two devoted fans of the show created the artwork.
The stained-glass window includes the inflatable Statue of Liberty that stands guard over Saul’s office, the scales of justice in the show’s logo, and the various items on Saul’s desk.
These items include the eyes in a rearview mirror, a Cinnabon, Howard’s vanity license plate, Hector Salamanca’s bell, and the lantern that started the house fire that killed Jimmy/Saul’s brother Chuck. Better Call Saul fans will appreciate the significance of each of these Easter eggs.
The Amazing Glass-Stained Window Tribute To Better Call Saul
This window is on the 3800 block of N. Kenmore in Chicago, Made lovingly by James and Xiumei Velasco. What a nice tribute!! pic.twitter.com/NGlxV73Xe9— Mr. Bob Odenkirk (@mrbobodenkirk) April 5, 2023
Odenkirk recognizes that Better Call Saul’s success was mainly due to its fans’ support. He has previously expressed appreciation for Better Call Saul’s fans, thanking them for giving the show a chance after it spun off from Breaking Bad. Odenkirk himself shared the image of the window, which is a testament to the show’s popularity and the devotion of its fans.
Although Better Call Saul has now ended, the love and appreciation for the show will continue for years to come. The stained-glass window tribute is just one example of the creative ways in which fans will continue to express their admiration for Better Call Saul and the Breaking Bad universe.