"Better Call Saul" season 3 won't be here until next year but lead actor Bob Odenkirk already has an idea on what he likes the show to look like.
"I'd love to see some of Saul during the years of 'Breaking Bad,' but off-screen, out of his office, not in his Saul mode. I'm curious what that person is," the actor told Variety.
In "Better Call Saul" season 3, Jimmy McGill is still making his transition into his future evil self that fans came to know in the spinoff's parent series "Breaking Bad" as Saul Goodman.
It appears Odenkirk is not the only one interested to see how Saul keeps himself busy when not out scheming, "Better Call Saul" creator Peter Gould also teased the possibility for the spinoff to continue Saul's story after "Breaking Bad."
"I don't think anything is predetermined," he said via Den of Geek. "We see 'Gene' [Saul's fake name] in Omaha, Nebraska, and to me that hints that maybe there's more to the story after Breaking Bad, so we'll see," he continued.
"Better Call Saul" season 3 will build up to the appearance of drug kingpin and restaurateur Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), who is one of the criminals Saul worked with in "Breaking Bad."
Other characters from the original series are expected to turn up as well. There are rumors about Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) swinging by in "Better Call Saul" season 3 as well.
Meanwhile, Odenkirk would also like to see light-hearted moments shared by Jimmy and Mike (Jonathan Banks) in "Better Call Saul" season 3.
With regards to Jimmy's girlfriend Kim (Rhea Seehorn), Odenkirk teases that "Better Call Saul" season 3 will further show why a woman like her will like such a sly man like Jimmy.
He teased that more of her "wilder" side will be fleshed out as well as her past. "We start to become aware that she's a complex character, and we start to see some of her attraction to Jimmy and the ways in which we're very different," the actor teased.
"Better Call Saul" season 3 is expected to premiere in February 2017.