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The show's co-creator Vince Gilligan has been working on a prequel based on the dodgy dealings of lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk. Paul has revealed he's been invited to reunite with his old co-stars as troubled youth Jesse Pinkman.
Not quite ready to forget about our favorite meth head, Jesse Pinkman, sources have told E! News that Aaron Paul may reprise his role as the lovable sidekick for AMC's "Breaking Bad" spinoff, "Better Call Saul!"
The new series was announced in September, just before "Breaking Bad" ended after five seasons...That's what's so great about 'Better Call Saul' -- it's a prequel, so all the characters that had died in the past seasons can come back to life."
News about Seattle City Hall, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Seattle and King County government and more Bachmann accuses Obama of thuggery' and impeachable offenses' Friday, October 11, 2013 by: Joel Connelly The Tea
Congresswoman Believes The Biblical End Times Have Started Because Obama Continuing our series of Pointing Out The Crazy, Outdated Superstitions of The People Who Decide Our Laws , here's Michele Bachmann telling Christian radio show Understanding
September 29, 2013 Saturday Night Live, which is definitely geared towards Democrats, took aim at Obamacare last night in a spoof that featured Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) of Breaking Bad. The sketch had citizens talking about their personal stories
Breaking Bad Recap 9/15/13 Ozymandias It is the strange fate of man, that even in the greatest of evils the fear of the worst continues to haunt him. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Last week's episode of Breaking Bad , To'hajiilee, ended with bullets
are working on a spinoff for actor and comedian Bob Odenkirk, who plays crooked lawyer Saul Goodman on the hit drama...Not much, since all we have at the moment is a development deal. From AMC's press statement: As conceived, the new series is based
The Syrian conflict has generated so much discussion and speculation among American Christians looking out for signs of Armageddon, the second coming of Jesus and the end of the world, that Lifeway Research decided to carry out a
A new finding from a research firm that focuses on faith issues says that two-fifths of Americans believe we're at the end times, living out Revelation biblical principles. An estimated 41 percent of respondents in the Barna Group poll who were at