If you have not heard of “Better Call Saul” them you are probably not in this work. Tonight if the night where every TV lover will be glued to AMC. Besides the return of the hit series “The Walking Dead,” the network will be rolling out the premiere of the highly anticipated “Breaking Bad” spinoff, “Better Call Saul.”
“Better Call Saul” will reunite “Breaking Bad” fans will shady lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) and hitman extraordinaire Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks). The spinoff is set before Saul got wrapped up with Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), when he was going by the name “Jimmy McGill.” Fans will get to see how Jimmy McGill turned into Saul Goodman, and the events in his life that led to the shady strip-mall law office.
The spinoff is getting a special two-night premiere on AMC Sunday, Feb. 8 and Monday, Feb. 9 at 10 p.m. EST. Prepare for the big event by binge watching “Breaking Bad” on Netflix. We’ve rounded up the 11 must watch episodes featuring the very best of Saul Goodman:
Season 2, episode 8: “Better Call Saul”
“Hi, I’m Saul Goodman. Did you know that you have rights? The constitution says you do, and so do I. I believe that until proven guilty every man, woman and child of this country is innocent. And that’s why I fight for you Albuquerque.”
Badger’s (Matt Jones) arrest forces Walt and Jesse to hire a lawyer … Saul Goodman.
Season 2, episode 11: “Mandala”
When one of Walt and Jesse’s dealers gets shot, Saul suggests that they team up with a “businessman” in order to sell their product – Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).
Season 2, episode 12: “Phoenix”
Walter is fed up with not being able to spend his hard-earned drug money. With a lot of cash rolling in and no way to claim it as his own, Walt turns to Saul for some help. Saul suggests ideas like the old big bag of money found at the railroad tracks and sweet Uncle Murray who left behind some money. But Walt told Saul that he worked too hard to have someone think that he came into possession of a large sum of money through “blind luck” or an “imaginary relative.” That’s when Saul pitches the idea of funneling money through the donation website that Walter Jr. (RJ Mitte) set up for his father.
Season 3, episode 2: “Caballo Sin Nombre”
Skylar finds out about Walt’s “extracurricular activities” and Saul reassures him that she won’t go to the police. However that’s not Walt’s main concern – he’s more worried about losing his family. Saul tells him that there are plenty of other fish in the sea and to get back to cooking. Meanwhile, Jesse gets back at his parents by hiring Saul to buy his old house for half the price.
Season 3, episode 11: “Abiquiu”
Skylar (Anna Gunn) meets Saul for the first time to go over money laundering after the Mexican drug cartel attacks Hank (Dean Norris).
Season 4, episode 3: “Open House”
Skylar and Walt enlist Saul’s help to acquire the old car wash that Walt used to work part-time at. After Saul suggests tax fraud, illegal immigrants, tax fraud and violence, they hatch a plan in order to get Bogdan (Marius Stan) to sell.
Season 4, episode 13: “Face Off”
Saul tips Walt off that Tio Salamanca (Mark Margolis) and Gus are enemies. Walt heads to Tio’s nursing home to set up a plan for revenge.
Season 5, episode 7: “Say My Name”
The DEA goes after Mike, but Saul is more upset that Mike used “outside counsel” instead of him.
Season 5, episode 10: “Buried”
Skylar confesses everything to Hank, forcing Walt get things in order and bury his money in the desert. Saul suggests that they “send Hank to Belize,” but Walt refuses.
Season 5, episode 13: “To’hajilee”
“Don’t drink and drive, but if you do … call me.” Saul pays a visit to the car wash and meets Walt Jr., despite Skylar’s best efforts to keep him away from her son. Things become tense when Saul’s bodyguard goes missing and Jesse goes off the deep end.
Season 5, episode 15: “Granite State”
Saul decides to seek out Ed’s (Robert Forster) help to go into hiding. Ed creates a new I.D. for Saul … in Nebraska. But before Saul starts his new life, Walt makes one more request.