Bob Odenkirk plays the protagonist, Saul Goodman, in the series, Better Caul Saul. The dramatic cliffhanger left at the end of Monday night’s episode of Better Call Saul turned to be a challenge for Odenkirk himself.
Here’s what Bob has to say
In a chat on Variety After-Show on Instagram, Odenkirk answered some questions from the fans. He then revealed that one of the season’s last two remaining episodes were particularly taxing.
He revealed that he almost got killed shooting one of the episodes, shooting the entire thing nearly killed him.
Other revelations made by the star
By the end of the episode, it is clear that Saul Odenkirk’s relationship with girlfriend and fellow legal manipulator Kim Wexler has gone down. It has deteriorated to the point of no return when Wexler opens two options: either break up or get married. Fans’ who suspect Kim’s proposal serves an ulterior motive aren’t all wrong.
Odenkirk also goes on to reveal that his favorite cameo from Breaking Bad was of Robert Forster. He appreciates Forster’s Ed Galbraith the most out of all the cameos the series has ever had.
Odenkirk then went on to reveal that for him, it was harder to play Jimmy McGill than to play Saul Goodman. However, he said that Jimmy is more rewarding to play. Saul, he claimed, is an effort, but he’s a performance.
The one thing about Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad that doesn’t make any sense to him. It is that when Saul first appeared and his assistant is walking away in the first scene and says something about wanting to grab her, this scene doesn’t make sense to Odenkirk.
It was also revealed on the show that a member of the star’s family had contracted the pandemic coronavirus.
Let us know what do you think about these revelations?