“Two words: Nail. Salon.” Bob Odenkirk, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould talk about some of Better Call Saul‘s nods to Breaking Bad. Many of them are obvious, such as characters and locations, but there are a few that only eagle-eyed fans would have noticed.
(SPOILERS) In their Breaking Bad special, Mythbusters recreated Walt’s lethal junk in the trunk from the TV show’s finale. Series creator Vince Gilligan dropped by to see if the trap would be busted or confirmed.
You can now own the house that Jesse Pinkman bought in Breaking Bad. Located at Albuquerque Country Club in New Mexico, the two story 3500sq.ft. house has four bedrooms and lots of visitors from fans of the series.
A customer is creeped out when her pharmacist Greg is replaced by…sorta Greg in Esurance’s Super Bowl commercial. While we don’t want Breaking Bad to be a mere punchline, it’s great seeing an old friend. What’s up Mr. White?
There have been a ton of brief teasers for the Breaking Bad spin-off, but we’ve now got a two-minute preview which delves a little deeper into the early days of two-bit lawyer Jimmy McGill – who would later become Saul Goodman.
One of the greatest TV shows ever made gets one of the cutest series of vinyl figures you’ll ever see. The Breaking Bad collection features ten 3.75″ figures. They didn’t quite get Jesse’s look, but that Gus Fring figure is the bomb(ed).
The young minds behind this Breaking Bad parody should be pretty proud of themselves. They do a great job of poking fun at the show’s heavy themes while still paying homage to many of the best moments from the series.
Breaking Bad may be over, but that doesn’t mean you don’t still love swag. This holiday season, skip the snow globe with Rudolph and Santa’s sleigh, and go with this one, which features Walt and Jesse’s Winnebago, and a snowfall of blue meth.