With better call Saul Completely exhausted, fans can only speculate about the open questions that remain unanswered after the finale. breaking Bad byproduct. whereas better call Saul helped fill in the backstory by Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), there are still some big mysteries about the character’s past. Not only are fans wondering what could happen, as Banks has thought of those things himself.
Per Entertainment Weekly, Banks previously addressed Mike’s story breaking Bad The reunion actor is very curious about Mike’s love life and believes the hit man and crime scene fixer isn’t someone who gets a lot of physical affection. What surprises Banks most about her son’s mother is her absence from both of them. breaking Bad and better call Saul was never explained.
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“Who did Mike love? Because you don’t touch Mike. If that person comes along and touches his shoulder, he’ll almost fall under that kind of gentleness, that kind of touch. My biggest thing was – and it really disappointed me – my son had a mother. Who? What was that? And I would love to see that character coming.”
after the final better call Saul, there are countless fans on social media who are suggesting a new prequel series about Mike Ehrmantraut’s younger years as a sneaky Pennsylvania cop. Of course, if this type of series were ever greenlit, a new actor would most likely be in the role, although Banks could potentially appear in flash-forward sequels. There’s no sign at AMC that such a series is really being considered, but should it ever come out, we might find answers to Banks’ questions.
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Patrick Fabian wanted Howard Hamlin to meet Gus Fring
Entertainment Weekly also revealed the missed opportunity Howard Hamlin actor Patrick Fabian had in mind for his character. While Howard had an unfortunate encounter with cartel maniac Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) in season 6 better call SaulShe didn’t share the screen with Gus Fringe (Giancarlo Esposito). Fabian has a hard time not imagining Howard and Gus in the same scene, pointing out that they may be the best dressed in the room.
“I wanted to do a scene with Gus Fringe. I wanted to run away from him somewhere. I figured we would definitely meet at a community event and I could make a suit with Giancarlo. He would say something and he would look at me and we would admire each other’s suits and there would be such a symbolic idea: ‘We are like-minded individuals.’ Because I think we’re unique. He’s just in a different store. So that’s what I always expected.”
While the two characters didn’t necessarily meet face-to-face, Howard nonetheless became part of this world with his final resting place beneath the Superlab.