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Stephen King Makes A Bold Claim Over The Recent Episode Of Better Call Saul

Stephen King Makes A Bold Claim Over The Recent Episode Of Better Call Saul

New York Times-bestselling novelist Stephen King, who is known for his horror and fantasy genre books, has shared a new tweet on his verified Twitter account and praised the latest episode of AMC’s television drama series, Better Call Sall, with special words.

Better Call Saul is a version of Breaking Bad created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. It is about James McGill, who is a self-employed lawyer, and tells seven years before his appearance in Breaking Bad.

Stephen King seems to have found something to spend time at his home in these tough times when he is stuck home. He tweeted out and made a bold claim over the latest episode of Better Call Saul.

The 72-year-old iconic author said that the ‘Bagman’ episode of the series is one of the best 50 minutes of TV in this quarantine year. In addition, the most surprising thing is that the desert scene of Mike Ehrmantraut actor Jonathan Banks.

Here’s what Stephen King wrote:

“The ‘Bagman’ episode of Better Call Saul is one of the better 50 minutes of TV this quarantine year. Amazing trek through the desert. Most amazing thing? That Mike Ehrmantraut could make it so soon after being stabbed in the gut.”

The series’ actress Rhea Seehorn commented and said:

“Thank you very much, from all of us, Mr. King!!!!”

A fan named Andy wrote:

“That’s why he didn’t carry the bags.”

Check out the tweet below.

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