Breaking Bad might have finished, but this thing does not mean that certain characters cannot make a surprise appearance in its prequel, Better Call Saul.
Better Call Saul and the series Breaking Bad both have their original and some compelling characters that drive the series forward. However, they each also share several characters which also continues to show how connected these stories are.
Some of the character appearances in Better Call Saul from Breaking Bad:
Krazy 8 was not featured too heavily in the series Breaking Bad. He was a very small part of a larger machine and was not the most powerful crime boss in the area.
To the surprise to many fans, Better Call Saul brought the character back and they even managed to flesh Krazy 8 out further.
Tuco Salamanca also appeared almost out of nowhere in the first season on Better Call Saul. The fans of the series knew that he was a bit unstable unhinged performance that was put to the screen by the cast and crew.
Gus Fring- is a terrifying villain and a leader of one of the most dangerous drug cartels in either of the two shows. Bringing the character back seemed like a pipe dream since the character was written so perfectly throughout the Breaking Bad.
Gale Boetticher- Glee’s appearance in Better Call Saul was very much just like a cameo, as it was primarily done to demonstrate that Gus was thinking ahead to how his production line would be functioning.
Gale’s appearances was a great piece of storytelling continuity which also gave the fans some fun and good moments.
Hank Schrader- Since there are so many drug-related crimes in Albuquerque, it is hardly a surprise that the DEA is one the case. Luckily, one of them Hank returns to the screens to stop the dangerous criminals.