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Chip away the stone
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^^^Gus is definitely about to show up. The writers have admitted it will happen this season. It's probably Gus who is behind tracking Mike and having the "Don't" note placed on Mike's windshield.
 
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^^^ It's certainly possible they'll give us at least a season of him mostly or completely as "Saul," but that means it could be another season or two before he completely becomes that guy. My point was that it wasn't going to be one or two seasons of "Jimmy" and four or five seasons of "Saul." The Saul we know from BB won't come into full existence until nearer the end of the series run, I strongly suspect.


I see a short blend into BB up to the point where Jesse hires him, and maybe a bit more from Saul's perspective during the BB time frame. I also think it is viable to do a season in the post BB time frame.

They have a lot of fodder. Vince Gilligan will use every bit.



Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.

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^^^ Bringing in Jesse might work well. I think it would be a challenge to pull off continuing past the introduction of Walter White, though. Would they simply introduce his name, but never show Saul's interactions with him? That may be like an elephant in the room that we're not allowed to look at. Would they insert scenes from BB into BCS? That wouldn't likely work because of the obvious signs of aging on the actors. Would they film scenes between Saul and Walter that happened during the BB timeline, but we never saw during BB? Seems like that would be kind of a disservice to the complete work of art that BB is.

I'm not saying going into the WW timeline would be impossible, especially considering how talented the BCS creative team is, but it would probably be far from the path of least resistance.
 
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Watched the second episode of season 3 last night. Pace is slow, anticipation keeps me watching, missing Jimmy's over the top antics.




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You didn't think breaking down the door to Chuck's house and acting like he was going to kick his ass over the top? Smile


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I love this show. It's one of the only shows I can sit down and watch and never get bored and am always disappointed when the credits roll. Need more! Smile


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I like the show a lot, with the pace of the show I don't think we need to worry about seeing any of the BB cast anytime soon.

I really hope for a Mike spin off, I like his part more than Jimmy/Saul.


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What I like about this show is the attention paid to character development. Like the Sopranos, and other intelligent series the characters have depth and complexity and lots of conflicts. The plot does not matter so much to me. The humor is probably what i like the most.
 
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I like the show a lot, with the pace of the show I don't think we need to worry about seeing any of the BB cast anytime soon.

I really hope for a Mike spin off, I like his part more than Jimmy/Saul.


This IS his spin off, kinda. We have seen his beginnings right along side Jimmy.


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I've always loved the Mike character, and agree that BCS is almost BCS&M. Can't help but think that the powers that be at AMC debated doing a BB spin-off where Mike was the primary focus instead of Jimmy. I don't see a Mike-centered show after the end of BCS simply because of the signs of aging on Johnathan Banks by the time BCS ends.
 
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Maybe I missed it in BB but I've always wondered where the name "Saul Goodman" comes from. I can't help but think it's a spin off of the phrase "it'S ALL GOOD MAN". Anyone have any insight?





 
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Maybe I missed it in BB but I've always wondered where the name "Saul Goodman" comes from. I can't help but think it's a spin off of the phrase "it'S ALL GOOD MAN". Anyone have any insight?


Saul used that phrase in an early episode where he ran a scam in Chicago.


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Thank you!





 
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Things aren't happening fast, but the tension is ratcheting up. Odenkirk is doing a great job.




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