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Saul the lawyer from Breaking Bad may be getting his own spin-off

Shortly, the last half season of Breaking Bad will begin and that’s gonna be it. No more Walt, no more Jesse, no more dead drug lords. But it looks like that the character of Saul, played by Bob Odenkirk, may be getting his own spin-off, probably as he high tails it the fuck out of New Mexico.

Deadline stresses that no deals are in place yet and the project is “in its nascent stages,” but that Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and series writer/producer Peter Gould are having conversations with AMC and Sony about a Saul series they would produce. Gilligan and Gould created Saul together when he was introduced as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman’s oh-so shady attorney in Season 2 of Breaking Bad.

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Aaron Paul (Jesse from Breaking Bad) wins the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor

Monday Morning Awesome: Aaron Paul, last night after winning an Emmy for Breaking Bad. Last night Aaron Paul won his second Emmy for his portrayal as Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s Breaking Bad.  He tearfully thanked Series creator Vince Gilligan for not killing off his character earlier in the series.  Aaron Paul’s was the only win for Breaking Bad out of the show’s seven nominations this year. Video of his acceptance, see if before it gets pulled.

Last night Aaron Paul won his second Emmy for his portrayal as Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s Breaking Bad.  He tearfully thanked Series creator Vince Gilligan for not killing off his character earlier in the series.  Aaron Paul’s was the only win for Breaking Bad out of the show’s seven nominations this year.

Watch his acceptance speech below before it gets pulled:

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In honor of tonight’s Breaking Bad Season 5 premiere; Here is Gus Fring as a child on Sesame Street

Giancarlo Esposito, the actor who portrays meth distributor Gustavo “Gus” Fring on Breaking Bad, played a much less menacing character named “Mickey” on five episodes of Sesame Street in 1982.

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