10 ‘Better Call Saul’ Facts to Break Bad By

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AMC’s Better Call Saul carries on quite a few traditions from its Breaking Bad predecessor, but did you know Saul’s prequel journey was originally envisioned as a half-hour comedy? Or that some of Walter White’s famous threads put in a cameo six years before their origin? These are just some of the criminal facts to uncover in the seventh episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which lawyers up to defend AMC’s Better Call Saul!

Keeping in line with some of its Breaking Bad inspirations, AMC’s prequel Better Call Saul borrows its use of clothing to indicate character traits, as well as the state of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk)’s car, which itself pays homage to Saul’s ride in the pilot episode. Interestingly, Saul gets a bit more technical than Breaking Bad in its photography, using digital over 35mm film, and a small Panasonic camera for more unusual shots.

‘You Think You Know TV?’ is a ScreenCrush original series that dives deep into the worlds of your favorite TV series and freeze frames a few tidbits you might not have known, as with our first installments for The X-Files (with whom Saul shares a surprising connection), The Flash, Arrow, Mad Men, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. Our companion series ‘You Think You Know Movies?’ has already tackled everything from Star Trek to Mad Max to The Avengers, but now it’s time to head into the court of Better Call Saul with facts and evidence from our latest video!

Watch TV and movie installments of ‘You Think You Know’ down below, in addition to our Better Call Saul entry above, and let us know what shows we should cover next!

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