Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby Katiemay » Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:04 pm

El Bastarde wrote:
[i]Just realized while watching the last episode that Nacho's dad's place is where Walt's meth lab is(?)


Really?? I never noticed.


Strike that. I don't think it is now. The business where the meth lab was was a commercial laundry. This is an upholstery business. I get confused by textile related businesses.

Upon looking for clarification, I read this:
http://screenrant.com/better-call-saul-breaking-bad-connections-easter-eggs-references-crossover/
Some are obvious but others I had no idea about. Certainly not all inclusive, especially since it's only through season 2, but still neat and shows further how much thought goes into even the small details.
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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby El Bastarde » Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:58 pm

^Yeah, I've read a few of those but had no clue about Nacho being mentioned by Saul in that one scene. Cool stuff.
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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby willbreathes » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:08 am

Maybe Nacho's dads place is where Walt finally dies at the end of BB? Because meth was definitely being cooked there.
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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby ghost » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:04 pm

Like Breaking Bad, I didn't watch this when it first aired. In the past month or two, I watched seasons 1 and 2 on Netflix and then watched season 3 online. As you've all said, it's great. Same as the others, this sentence also has a comma. Kim is a good, normal/strong female character. I don't think Breaking Bad had any female characters like that? It's interesting to read through this thread before posting and see all the different reactions to individual episodes and storylines. The writing for the show keeps you wondering and guessing all along the way. I'm looking forward to the next season. So Chuck is definitely going to die in that fire? How will it affect Jimmy? How long are Kim and Jimmy going to last? What is it that ultimately ends their relationship? Does Jimmy ever get back to being a lawyer as James McGill or will he be Saul Goodman when the year suspension is up? Mike? Gus? Hector? Nacho? Tuco? It's fun to watch for Breaking Bad links in the epsiodes.
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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby ghost » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:56 pm

Katiemay wrote:
El Bastarde wrote:
[i]Just realized while watching the last episode that Nacho's dad's place is where Walt's meth lab is(?)


Really?? I never noticed.


Strike that. I don't think it is now. The business where the meth lab was was a commercial laundry. This is an upholstery business. I get confused by textile related businesses.


In Season 3 Episode 6 of BCS, Gus goes to and looks around the for sale commercial laundry.

EDIT: With Lydia


willbreathes wrote:Maybe Nacho's dads place is where Walt finally dies at the end of BB? Because meth was definitely being cooked there.


The place where Walt dies is the bad guy meth lab at their bad guy base out in the desert.
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Re: Better Call Saul (Breaking Bad PreQuel)

Postby El Bastarde » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:12 pm

Yay, welcome aboard. I didn't start watching BB until the very last episodes were airing so you're still better than I am.

Kim is a good, normal/strong female character. I don't think Breaking Bad had any female characters like that?

People seem to hate her because she acts like a normal person would but I thought Skylar held her own pretty good in BB. She's not on Kim's level but she definitely took the bull by the horns in dealing with many issues like the laundering and dealing with the douche she cheated with.

So Chuck is definitely going to die in that fire? How will it affect Jimmy?

Sure seemed like it but I thought when Chuck nailed his head at the end of Season 2, I thought that'd be super-serious and it kinda wasn't. Either way, that scene of watching his illness unravel on him was hard to watch.

Does Jimmy ever get back to being a lawyer as James McGill or will he be Saul Goodman when the year suspension is up?

I have a feeling that "Saul Goodman" won't show up until the end of the show...this show feels like it's his transformation into that and when he "becomes Saul" is when the show ends and it moves onto BB.

In Season 3 Episode 6 of BCS, Gus goes to and looks around the for sale commercial laundry.
EDIT: With Lydia


I was pumped to see Lydia...she was an interesting character but it felt like we didn't get enough of her in the end of BB.
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