Better Call Saul: Meet the Characters in the Breaking Bad Spinoff (E!)
The AMC drama is on the hunt for lawyers to support Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman. Among them:
- Dr. Thurber, described as a brilliant attorney in his 50s who is now restricted by an unusual affliction.
- Beth, a successful lawyer who’s had a hard life which is complicated by her romantic entanglements with somebody else at the firm.
- Burt, a “Kennedy type” who’s winning at life and is a name partner at a firm.
- And because it’s Saul Goodman, not everything is black and white in the world. The show is also looking for Eddy, a smart and calculating criminal who knows the ropes.
- Then there are twin brothers Zach and Luke who spend their days skateboarding and scamming.
Five minute sketch of Gus Fring. Idk just a quick idea I might turn into something.
Breaking Bad AU » lady characters in the leading roles
High school chemistry teacher Skyler White learns she has terminal lung cancer. To secure her family’s future, she locates former student Jane Margolis, and the two begin producing and selling methamphetamine. As Skyler descends further into a life of crime and faces more and more difficult decisions, adopting the name “Heisenberg” for her second identity, she also has to avoid the watchful eyes of her sister Marie Schrader, a hardass DEA agent hellbent on discovering Heisenberg’s true identity. However, Marie isn’t even the worst of her problems - her boss and distributor Lydia Rodarte-Quayle, a calm, brilliant, extraordinarily successful drug kingpin, does not tolerate any mistakes. And Skyler’s partner Jane also has her own problems to deal with, like her addiction and the draw she feels toward the withdrawn girl she meets at rehab, Andrea Cantillo.
Thank you to these guys, thank you to the best cast on TV. -Vince Gilligan
Breaking Bad Appreciation Week Day 6: The cast
el mejor gif que he visto en tumblr ><
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EL TAGADA DE LOS POBRES dflñsdfl *-*
weon esa wea es cerca de mi casa *—*
que fantasilandia weon , la plaza la lleva asdfghj *-*
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I gave “Felina” six weeks, six fucking weeks to settle in my mind before I started writing a first draft and I STILL only want to talk about “Ozymandias.” Cuz “Felina” was boring.
When I first saw it I was so excited, with such high expectations. But afterwards a sense of dissatisfaction nibbled at me. I said to myself, “Hey, what the fuck. That was pretty good! I mean … right? What is this contrarian rebel crap?” I was underwhelmed, a little disappointed. I couldn’t discuss it with anyone because I had no passion for it. I had nothing to say.
So I convinced myself “some time” and distance would give “Felina” nuance and then some earth-shattering concept would surface about the series, about Walt, about anti-heroes, about storytelling, about the meaning of one sinner in the hands of Vince Gilligan. “This is a good plan,” I said to myself, drunk on confidence, half-believing.
It was a shitty plan. Six weeks passed. After a second viewing, three more weeks, and six drafts, “Felina” is still boring. “Ozymandias”? Still amazing.