Bob Odenkirk, star of Breaking Bad's offshoot "Better Call Saul," is relieved that the show is a hit with audiences and critics. (11 April)

SAN DIEGO – Pop culture is still addicted to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Especially Aaron Paul.

"I love Jesse, I love this guy so much I miss him!" Paul said about the young meth-cooking business partner of Bryan Cranston's Walt at the age of ten comic-con panel for " Breaking Bad ".

"Probably the biggest show ever on television" – at least according to Panel Moderator and "Bad" actor Bill Burr – the AMC drug drama ran the story of Chemistry teacher Walter White and his confrontation with criminal life for five celebrated seasons a Drug Kingpin after Diagnosis

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"I never knew that would turn out to be something," said Producer Vince Gilligan shared the show's success alongside many of his cast during the Comic-Con presentation. With Walt, he wanted to "just start with a character who was very (sensitive and compassionate), and then shake off all the fans of the show like dog ticks."

Here are five funny facts from the "Breaking Bad" reunion:

Jesse Pinkman (left Aaron Paul) and Walter White (Bryan Cranston) make one Break from cooking in "Breaking Bad." [Photo: FRANK OCKENFELS, AMC]

The Beatlemania moment of the show came early

"Breaking Bad" began as "just a little show in New Mexico", said Cranston and as the public began to pay attention to her "He surprised us." He knew that the series had an impact on the second and third seasons when the directional signs were stolen to their sets. "I thought," Me Do not just mess me, but something happens. "Cranston said.

Credibility was important from the beginning

Much" break ing bath "came from a realistic place, especially when it came to the inherent violence in drug trafficking Being something was introduced on the first day, said Gilligan. "You just do not want to be the 'Hogan's Heroes' of meth shows – if the show is about making and selling meth, you want to take it seriously."


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"Better Call Saul" "Gilligan," says Gilligan, "we will not see Walt or Jesse in the next episodes." However, "I'd guess we'd be very careless if they did not appear on the show before they got to He also believes that each of these "bad" characters could "have their own supporting role." I do not want to say that everyone will do it. "Paul is all about getting a Jesse Pinkman show:" You say there is a chance? "He said hopefully. Gilligan's answer? "Everything is possible."


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