Vince Gilligan has released some details of Better Call Saul. Some interesting nuggets:
* Will be an hour long comedy-drama rather than a half hour comedy since they weren't comfortable with the ratio of jokes needed to fill a half hour (but will be far more light in tone than Breaking Bad)
* It will still take place in Albuquerque and will be a prequel
* They are going to try to work in as many of the same characters as possible, meaning you'll likely see Gus and (especially) Mike as fairly big players; Vince also dropped a bomb shell that Jesse and Walt might be worked in for cameos somehow (Jesse's connection to Emilio would make this easy for Aaron Paul to appear, but they'll have to get creative to find a way for Walt to be in a few scenes).
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And this, my fellow Breaking Bad aficionados, is why you should be thankful that one among you reads makeup blogs.
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Evolution of Jesse Pinkman
Also, for those that missed it, Bob Odenkirk said last week in an interview that the writers are still considering a prequel-sequel combination for the new "Better Call Saul" spin-off.
Vince Gilligan believes Jesse is in prison for the murder of two federal agents.
Ok, I've got all 66 or whatever episodes on DVR right now. I'm through to about the 6th episode of season 2.
Love it so far. Easy to see why it was so popular.
Also, Skylar was kind of a *****.
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Cincinnati Reds - 75, 76, 90
Chicago Blackhawks - 10, 13
University of Kentucky - 78, 96, 98, 12
Cincinnati Bengals - None
Chicago Bulls - 91, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98