Better Call Saul Season 6 Will have More Walt & Jesse, Bob Odenkirk says, “it’s just the beginning.”

The most recent episode of Season 6 of “Better Call Saul” brought back many memories. Walter White and Jesse Pinkman made a GRAND return to the popular AMC show. Saul Goodman, Walter White, and Jesse Pinkman were all in the epic scene. Walter and Saul brought Jesse into their crystal ship. As Saul walked into the trailer, he was shocked that the two people were making a drug like a meth there.

All three men start talking about their deal, and Saul (Bob Odenkirk) mentions $80,000 to get out of the situation. On the other hand, White and Pinkman told the lawyer about their business, and Goodman told them both about attorney-client privilege. Fans went crazy when Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul returned to the “Breaking Bad” world and blew everyone away with how well they got along. But White and Pinkman’s story isn’t over yet, and we can expect to see many more of them in the left episodes.

The actor who plays Saul Goodman/Gene Takovic on the show, Bob Odenkirk, has made everyone curious about the last two episodes of the current season by saying that Cranston and Paul will also be back in those episodes. During an appearance on ABC’s “The View,” the 59-year-old actor said that his and his wife’s appearance in “Breaking Bad” was just the beginning. He told the audience he’d see them again in the last two episodes, which are much more “powerful.”

“In reality, it was just the beginning. More of them are there. “The scenes that come are powerful,” Odenkirk said in the interview.

The “Nobody” star also told everyone who thinks they’ve seen the last of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the “Breaking Bad” universe that they “haven’t.” So don’t think you’ve seen everything, because you haven’t. He also said, “I love that everyone thinks they will come. Then they see them and say, “Great.” We were able to see them again!’ I tell them, “On our show, you never know what’s going to happen next.”

Better Call Saul is getting more exciting, and with only two episodes left, nothing is off the table. Now that we are in the future, Gene is still trying to do what Saul Goodman used to do, and we have a terrible feeling that it won’t end well for him. Let’s see what happens.

Every Monday at 9 p.m. EST, AMC will air a new episode of Season 6 of “Better Call Saul.”

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