Showrunners of TV series with cult fan bases, it is time you learned that you can never say anything about a movie or a spin-off or really any derivative work and expect your viewers not to obsess over it. So, now that Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has told Entertainment Weekly, “I would love to see a Saul Goodman spin-off show when it’s all said and done,” the Internet is off and running. In an online interview segment Late Night with Jimmy Fallonsourced from Tumblr questions, Bob Odenkirk answers one user’s request that he “[d]escribe your ideal episode of Better Call Saul: The Spinoff.” It turns out that Odenkirk is mostly preoccupied with whether Saul will even make it through Breaking Bad‘s final season alive — which we have to admit has us concerned. We’ve grown so close to these characters that we don’t want anyone to die… except, of course, for Walt.
See what he thinks on Flavorwire right here!

Showrunners of TV series with cult fan bases, it is time you learned that you can never say anything about a movie or a spin-off or really any derivative work and expect your viewers not to obsess over it. So, now that Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has told Entertainment Weekly, “I would love to see a Saul Goodman spin-off show when it’s all said and done,” the Internet is off and running. In an online interview segment Late Night with Jimmy Fallonsourced from Tumblr questions, Bob Odenkirk answers one user’s request that he “[d]escribe your ideal episode of Better Call Saul: The Spinoff.” It turns out that Odenkirk is mostly preoccupied with whether Saul will even make it through Breaking Bad‘s final season alive — which we have to admit has us concerned. We’ve grown so close to these characters that we don’t want anyone to die… except, of course, for Walt.

See what he thinks on Flavorwire right here!