In Breaking Bad, Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is the trade name of Jimmy McGill, a sleazy “criminal” lawyer who again gives up his identity and goes into hiding. He resurfaces in his own TV series, Better Call Saul, incognito as Gene the Cinnabon employee in Omaha, Nebraska.
Jesse Pinkman may have gotten in a little over his head when he decided to become partners with his former high school chemistry teacher. However, upping his meth production has allowed him to increase the number of T-shirts he owns which are great for showing off those tribal tattoos.
In Breaking Bad, Mark Margolis plays Hector “Tio” Salamanca, Tuco’s uncle and a formerly feared enforcer for Don Eladio. In old age, he is wheelchair-bound and unable to speak, but the brass service bell he uses to communicate is nearly as dangerous as anything he could say.
In Breaking Bad, the friendly and mild-mannered Gustavo “Gus” Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) expertly manages the Los Pollos Hermanos fried chicken chain. But this is only a front for his large-scale meth operation. You might say that Gus has two faces.
High school chemistry teacher, Walter White, went from collecting homework to collecting cash in the critically-acclaimed series, Breaking Bad. Often referred to as “Heisenberg” in the drug world, it has become harder to tell if the former cancer patient is the protagonist or the antagonist. This could have something to do with the pork pie hat and the menacing stare or perhaps the increase in greediness.
While Marie Schrader supposedly holds a job as a technician at a radiology center, she is best known for being a kleptomaniac with a penchant for all things purple. From her home decor to her wardrobe, if it is purple Marie probably owns it. Whether or not she obtained it lawfully is debatable.