Better Call Saul stars Bob Odenkirk(Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman) and Rhea Seehorn(Kim Wexler) came together again for an exclusive conversation about the series.
On Thursday, the official and verified Twitter account of Better Call Saul shared a series of videos and released the conversation, where the duo showed rare details about the fifth season of the series, and also Odenkirk and Seehorn had a lot of fun during this exclusive conversation.
As they responded to the questions that send from Better Call Saul fans, a special video made the event funny enough. Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston took part in the commentary as a fan named Phillip Bixby and sent a video message to ask his question for Bob and Rhea.
In the video, Cranston’s question was both of them and asked favorite sushi restaurants in Albuquerque. He said:
“Hi, this is Phillip Bixby from Reno, Nevada. And my question is both of you. What’s your favorite sushi restaurant in Alburquerque?”
Bob Odenkirk jokingly answered:
“Raw ish from the ocean in ABQ, in New Mexico. Yeah. Well, they have sushi restaurants and we do go to them.”
Rhea Seehorn chimed in:
“Japanese kitchen, right? Isn’t that something? That’s a thing.”
“Mostly we eat barbeque. I highly recommend that you trade sushi for a barbeque when you are in Alburquerque.”
“Or barbeque your sushi.”
There have been continuing the speculations since the release of Better Call Saul in 2015 about whether Breaking Bad’s leading actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul would appear in the final season of the series.
During a recent interview with ‘Collider,’ one of the creators of Better Call Saul, Peter Gould, shuts down these claims and talked about the possibilities of the reunite for Cranston and Paul. He previously said:
“I like to think that we don’t have as much of an obligation to have Walt and Jesse back in Better Call Saul because they’re such a great appearance in El Camino. But having said that, I would love to have them back. I’d love to have Bryan direct an episode. I got to write an episode [of Breaking Bad] that Bryan directed and I was on set with him every day, and it was a wonderful experience. He’s a magnificent director. He’s one of the few directors who has a facility for the lightest comedy and the darkest drama. He’s remarkable.
And Aaron Paul is possibly the happiest human being I’ve ever met, and he makes everybody around him happy. So yeah, I would love to have them back.”
Watch the Twitter video below.
— Better Call Saul (@BetterCallSaul) July 10, 2020