Fans of “Breaking Bad,” be prepared for some great stuff coming up a week from Sunday. “Better Call Saul” may be one of the most-anticipated shows of the year, and for good reason. You’ve got Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, and executive producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould returning to hopefully bring some more story to a character who already was a blast to listen to the last time that we had him on TV.
Well, how would you like some episode title scoop? Apparently, Gilligan and Gould are going for some sort of specific theme here. According to a new report from SpoilerTV, the first five episodes of the season are entitled “Uno,” “Mijo,” “Nacho,” “Hero,” and “Jello.” Bizarre, no? If nothing else, though, we are at least being given something here that is memorable. One of our biggest TV pet peeves is when a show decides to give their show super-gimmicky titles that often make it hard to differentiate one episode from the others.
Now that we’ve said that, take a look at the short synopsis below for some other details on what to expect in the premiere alone:
“Jimmy tries an unconventional method for pursuing potential clients.”
Above all else, what we hope to receive in this story starts with a great mixture of comedy and drama. We’ve heard that “Better Call Saul” may make you laugh at times, but it is much like the original “Breaking Bad” in that it is intended to be a drama.
What do you want to see on the “Better Call Saul” premiere? Share some of your thoughts right now with a comment.