Aaron Paul Teases Possible Appearance in ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 3

While it would undoubtedly send excitement through the roof to see them on the show, having them appear in any kind of extended role just wouldn’t make sense given that they didn’t know Saul when Breaking Bad started. He responded, “God, I hope so”. We just – or they just – wrapped the (new) season.
Listen to the quote for yourself in the video below, starting at 1:50.Actor Aaron Paul has teased that his Breaking Bad character, Jesse Pinkman, could show up in the spinoff Better Call Saul.According to TVLine, Pinkman might be too young to show up in “Better Call Saul“, as the show takes place before the events of “Breaking Bad”.During an appearance on “Ellen” this week in order to promote the latest season of “The Path”, Aaron Paul suggested that he may have already shot something for season 3 – maybe. “Yeah, I would love to be on”. The actor wanted fans to be surprised when his character pops in Better Call Saul.

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The really interesting part about a possible appearance from Paul would be the timeline for Jesse’s return to the “Breaking Bad” universe.Despite playing Jesse for five seasons of Breaking Bad, he said coming back would have to be for the right reasons.Should this observation be true, fans will finally get the answer to what happened after Jesse chose not to kill his mentor/tormentor Walter White and then escaped the meth lab where he was being held against his will. It has already been reported that Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), a character who becomes Walter White’s boss and later his foe, appears set to make his return in Season 3. Moreover, Paul has been known to play coy about his character entering Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman’s (Bob Odenkirk) life once again. I could be (on the new season).’I owe [Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul creator] Vince Gilligan so much, ‘ Cranston told Ellen.Would you be excited to see Jesse Pinkman make an appearance in Better Call Saul?