After Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) and Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), there are now strong assumptions that Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) will grace in Better Call Saul Season 3. In fact, while promoting the second season of his television series The Path, the 37-year-old star hinted the possibility of his appearance in the Breaking Bad prequel.
In an interview with Collider, the Need for Speed star was asked if there was any way that fans will see him in the upcoming television crime drama. "I know that they will do it if they find an appropriate way to do it. It's not like I'm banging on their door, but it would be awesome," he said.
In fact, when he saw the Better Call Saul Season 3 stars and crew at the AFI luncheon, he fooled the show's co-creator Peter Gould when he said that he is all ready for the wardrobe fitting for the television series. Aaron Paul said it will be awesome if he will be in the third installment of the Breaking Bad prequel, especially that he is seeing the characters from the original show returning.
"When I saw my dear friend, Max Arciniega, who play Krazy-8, come back, it just made me so happy. And that was a throwback to the very beginning of the series," he expressed. However, he later explained that the only problem that they have to deal if he will ever appear in the show is its timeline.
Better Call Saul happened before Breaking Bad took place, thus Jesse Pinkman was still very young that time. But if Krazy-8 returned, why can't he?
Meanwhile, in another interview in The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen DeGeneres also asked Aaron Paul if he will be seen in Better Call Saul Season 3. "God, I hope so. Maybe I already shot it? We just - or they just - wrapped the last season," he teased.