It’s all good man, but it’s all good for the last time in the Breaking Bad universe for Saul Goodman. 59-year-old Bob Odenkirk has had a blast time playing the con-artist turned lawyer for a long time, and he’s been as charismatic as he was when he first appeared in the second season of Breaking Bad as Saul Goodman.
After 13 long years, Odenkirk has pulled the curtain on the character as Better Call Saul aired its season finale today. As obvious as it would be, Odenkirk was sad that the character that he loved and was so good in will finally have to bid goodbye to him. The actor showed much he would miss the whole experience in a goodbye video too.
A Heartfelt Message For The End Of An Era
Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul have been two very excellent shows, with each of them earning its reputation as some of the greatest TV shows of all time. The characters in the show have been equally well-written, and the actors cast for those roles have been cemented as pop culture icons, too.
Bob Odenkirk is one of the actors from the show who has a legendary status in the ranks of memorable TV characters. His portrayal of Jimmy McGill is hands down one of the best performances in a TV series ever, and it’s no surprise that he’s having a hard time letting it go after all these years. The Nobody actor recently shared a short video where he bids goodbye to the iconic character-
— Culture Crave 🍿 (@CultureCrave) August 16, 2022
It’s all good man, and we’ll miss you forever.
Bob Odenkirk Has Plans To Watch The BCS Finale With Cast Members
Better Call Saul is over, and we’re all sad about it ending as much as Bob Odenkirk is. The 59-year-old actor has revealed that he shared a strong bond with fellow cast members too, and he plans on watching the season 6 finale with them as well.
Odenkirk shared the idea about the plan with People at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards last Saturday, and honestly, it’s adorable. He said-
“We’re going to get together as a cast at somebody’s house and watch the episode. And then we’re going to cry.”
After being a part of something so memorable and popular, I’d be in tears too if it were to come to an end.
Better Call Saul is available for streaming on Netflix.