Spoilers for ‘Better Call Saul’ below.
Better Call Saul co-creator Vince Gilligan has admitted to making a mistake in the series’ penultimate episode. On the Monday August 8th episode (according to AMC’s American broadcast) of the spin-off of ‘Breaking Bad’viewers saw the true thoughts of Gene (Bob Odenkirk) as he considered murdering both an elderly woman and a cancer patient, hinting at the corrupt lawyer’s death before the series finale next week.
Although fans’ eyes are now on the ending, Gilligan admitted to botching a key detail in the script for the last episode, titled ‘Waterworks’.
“In this last episode, which I’m very pleased with and it was a group effort like everyone else, I realized that Gene, at the end of the last act, should have been talking to Jeff on his Bluetooth headset.” he revealed during the Television Critics Association virtual press tour (via TVLine).
“Because we had pointed out in the previous episode that he was Saul again with the earpiece. I screwed up on that when I wrote the episode.”
Gilligan admitted he also has a “pearly white” regret about his time working on ‘Breaking Bad’: “Aaron Paul’s teeth were too perfect. This poor guy just got kicked over and over again, story wise, And he also smoked a lot of meth and his teeth were perfect like Cary Grant’s.”
It looks like fans will be saying goodbye to the beloved franchise forever, as while Gilligan acknowledged there’s room to do more, he said he’s ready to move on.
Yes, I could do more with this universe,” he told rolling stone. “And maybe one day I will, especially if I fail at everything that comes next. Then I’ll be back, crawling back. But right now, whether there’s room for other stories or not, which probably is, I feel like it’s time to do something.” new.
‘Better Call Saul’ arrives in Spain through Movistar + and Netflix.
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