Better Call Saul's Jimmy must defend Mike's inept business partner Daniel in episode 2 of season 2.
Face Off, regarded as one of the best episodes of Breaking Bad, is well known for ending Walt and Gus' dynamic.
Fans have seen from the very beginning of Better Call Saul that Jimmy McGill is almost as dishonest as the Saul Goodman they see in Breaking Bad.
In many respects, Jesse Pinkman is the lifeblood of Breaking Bad.
Better Call Saul's fifth season has one of the season's funniest storylines, Mr. Acker, in which Jimmy, at Kim's request, defends a guy Mesa Verde, Kim's biggest customer, is attempting to evict.
Because Saul Goodman is such a brilliant character, he gets along fantastically with just about everyone he meets on either programme.
It's difficult to envision a world without Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill at this point because of how firmly established he is in popular culture.
Oh, those were the days. When Walter was a young high school teacher with cancer in the past
Jimmy/Saul took on a lot of smaller cases before he embarked on big tasks for the Salamancas and the great Heisenberg.
The comedy in El Camino wasn't all that funny. Instead, it's a poignant and thrilling neo-Western that gives Jesse Pinkman's character the ideal send-off.