'Better Call Saul' Season 6 Episode 11: Fans go BERSERK after Walter White, Jesse Pinkman make GRAND return
There was a lot of hype about Walter White and Jesse Pinkman making an appearance in the sixth and final season of ‘Better Call Saul’. At first, no one believed the rumors, but everyone went berserk when the creators of the show confirmed that the aforementioned characters will be featured in the final set of episodes of the ongoing edition. After patiently waiting for almost two months, episode 11 finally saw Heisenberg and EGOR making a comeback to the ‘Breaking Bad’ universe with none other than Saul Goodman.
Although most of the episode was all about Gene and the things he did to survive, we came back to the times when Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) was still a part of the drug syndicate. In one of the scenes, we saw Saul Goodman entering a trailer and being followed by two men. In a few moments, we get to know that they are none other than Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). Saul is really surprised after learning that they cook meth in this little trailer and make a living out of it. All three gentlemen start talking about the deal they had and Saul was talking about $80,000 to get away from a situation. The scene between Saul, Walt, and Jesse inside the Crystal Ship, saw the pair explaining their business to Goodman and him explaining attorney-client privilege to them both.
They finally get out of the trailer and sit in the iconic RV that Walter and Pinkman had. During the conversation, Pinkman asked Saul about Lalo and he said that he is “nobody”. Their scene ended with Walter starting the RV and leaving for somewhere.
The reintroduction of Walter and Pinkman into the ‘BCS’ world was really extraordinary. Fans felt the same and flooded social media with amazing reactions. One of the fans wrote, “This is going down in tv history I can’t believe I’m witnessing Jesse Pinkman live on my screen.”
Another social media user wrote, “I blinked and the GOATs appeared.” Another fan tweeted, “I AM IN TEARS!!!” Another Twitter user wrote, “HOLY S**T! WALTER WHITE AND JESSE PINKMAN ARE IN THE HOUSE, BABY!!!”
this is going down in tv history i cant believe i’m witnessing jesse pinkman live on my screen #bettercallsaul— Kim Wexler (@bettyarianas) August 2, 2022
“I’m currently foaming out the mouth with excitement,” another social media user said. “Ohhhhh s**t they brought back HEISENBERG & JESSE. #BetterCallSaul this is lit,” wrote another one.
“Watching Walt and Jessie bickering back and forth again makes it all worth it,” wrote another one. “That was such a dope scene and amazing transition back to gene too,” said another fan.
Ohhhhh shiiiiit they brought back HEISENBERG & JESSE #bettercallsaul this is lit— The Rap Album GO To (@NewEraJunkieNY) August 2, 2022
Watching Walt and Jessie bickering back and forth again makes it all worth it #BetterCallSaul— Ghost of Amber Heard's Bed Turd (@polisciberbully) August 2, 2022
That was such a dope scene and amazing transition back to gene too #bettercallsaul— Chase Pletcher (@ChasePletcher4) August 2, 2022
My heart is so happy seeing Walt and Jesse on the screen 😩 #bettercallsaul— Meghan McCaffrey (@MeghanMcCaffrey) August 2, 2022
Another fan said, “My heart is so happy seeing Walt and Jesse on the screen.”
In the concluding moments of the episode, we saw Mike talking about potential clients with Saul and one of the names that came forward was Walter White. This means we might get to see more of Walter and Jesse in the upcoming episode. This would make sense because Bryan Cranston recently said in an interview that he and Jesse shot at least three scenes, with one being with two of them in the same frame.
With only two episodes remaining, let’s hope that we get to see them again in the ‘BCS’ universe.
'Better Call Saul' Season 6 returns to AMC and AMC+ for a new episode every Monday at 9 pm EST.
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