We Won’t See Jesse Pinkman Again After Better Call Saul, According To Aaron Paul

For the last 15 years, Aaron Paul has been synonymous with Jesse Pinkman, the character he originated on “Breaking Bad” back in 2007.

Now, after 64 long hours of television and the “El Camino” feature film, Paul is finally saying goodbye to everyone’s favorite b****-dropping boy from “Breaking Bad.” Paul recently appeared in the final season of “Better Call Saul,” the “Breaking Bad” prequel series starring Bob Odenkirk as James Morgan “Jimmy” McGill, aka Saul Goodman.

It had been three years since he revisited the character in “El Camino,” but as Paul described in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, his return on “Better Call Saul” was like “reconnecting with a familiar friend.””You can be away from that friend for some time, but when you are back in each other’s company, it’s like no time has passed,” Paul said.

“We all know our characters so well having played them for years,

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