“Better Call Saul” has been bringing more and more “Breaking Bad” characters onto the show. Giancarlo Esposito’s Gus Fring is on it now. Do you ever feel left out of the party? No. “Breaking Bad” had such a natural beginning, middle and end to it. It felt complete to me. I was able to walk away without feeling, “Oh man, I wish we could do more. It feels like an open wound.” It really felt like it had closure to it. Most shows are canceled without being completed. But “Breaking Bad” wasn’t like that. It had a brilliant close, and I felt great about it. It was time to move on. So, no, I’m just a big fan of “Saul.” I love the show, I think it’s brilliantly done, and Bob [Odenkirk] is killing it. The look is very familiar, and yet the characters are mostly different, what’s going on is different. It’s interesting and alluring.
Do you ever think they may call you onto the show, ask you to bring back Walter White? The answer is: I don’t know. I don’t!