And yes, the shady "Better Call Saul" lawyer "would love the limelight" of representing the president.
"I just envy the fans for the surprises that are coming."
There may be no way to figure it out.
"The bigger picture is nothing like what you expect," the series star told HuffPost.
The Season 2 premiere had a perfect Walter White Easter egg.
"I am never finished with a project. I work until the very last second or penny spent. And then I slink around knowing that it could have been better if "only this, or that," etc."
"No meat? Bulls**t."
Robin Williams gave his final dramatic performance in indie movie "Boulevard." The film, which premiered at the Tribeca Film
Remember in Season 3 of "Breaking Bad" when Saul and Walt are considering purchasing the car wash over the laser tag franchise
Last December, Paul F. Tompkins stirred excitement among fans when he tweeted a photo of the "Mr. Show" gang hinting that
Banks: Well, it’s a brand-new adventure for me because I don’t know him. Those first two shows that you see, I’m just meeting
Image via Tumblr He snorted crystal meth off the blade of his knife: Image via Tumblr Flash back to six years before the
Last night, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, and Michael McKean took the stage at the 92nd Street Y to talk with moderator about the highly anticipated "Breaking Bad" spinoff "Better Call Saul." I interviewed Banks the previous day for the Washington Post and avoiding spoilers felt like dodging carefully planted land mines in a desert war zone.
Odenkirk made his first appearance as a witty, corrupt lawyer, Saul Goodman, on Season 2 of "Breaking Bad." But when he got