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Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad spinoff, has exactly one month until it premiere, and we have slowly gotten in teaser trailers and even a funny chicken king commercial. Today, however we get a much juicier trailer that shows ill intentions and is much more reminiscent of something we would see in Breaking Bad. Without further ado, let’s get right to it.

There is quite a bit to cover in this quick trailers. First, Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) is talking with Kim (Rhea Seehorn) where he says, “Never bad to be early; except in death, and taxes, and… some other things (clearly sexual innuendo).” These two have a weird off-and-on again relationship, and Seehorn plays the put-off kinda-girlfriend with great success. Their relationship fascinates me, and I’ll be interested in seeing where they take it.

We then get Mike (Jonathan Banks) asking Jimmy for breakfast, and it flashes to them in a car where Jimmy has apparently cleared his morning, they appear to go racing off into the desert, although this is likely a cut scene. They are up to something nefarious for certain. 

A few scenes pass by, and we start to see just how bad the relationship between Jimmy and his brother Chuck (Michael McKean) has developed into. Chuck sinisterly says, “Don’t forget what happened here today, you will pay.” Another cut scene, and we get what appears to be his response, “You destroyed our family, you happy now?” This of course could be taken out of context, as trailers tend to do, but it does fit the developing plot.

Next we see what appears to be Chuck jumping a fence, Mike apparently building a bomb or maybe a listening device, Mike with a sniper rifle taking aim, and it all ends with a visit from Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) at Los Pollos Hermanos!

What a tense, action-packed trailer! Did you guys like it, and are you ready for Season 3? What role do you think Gus will play in Season 3? Speak up below in the comments!

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Source: EW