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Bob Odenkirk on Fan Expectations for Saul and Saul’s Pre-Bad Good Side

This week, Bob Odenkirk speaks with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about fan expectations of Better Call Saul and talks to the St. Paul Pioneer Press about what viewers will learn from Saul’s past. Plus, Odenkirk appears on Conan to read from his new book. Read on for more:

• Talking to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Bob Odenkirk says Better Call Saul is “very rich and unique, and nobody’s judgment after the first episode will mean anything. You’ve got to watch the whole thing.”

• The St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press talks to Bob Odenkirk about the Saul of Better Call Saul, who’s “trying to come to terms with the side of himself that is actually good at manipulating things and actually finds expression in being a smooth operator.”

• Bob Odenkirk goes on Conan to read from his new book, and MStars has video of him detailing “what he would be like should he ever run for the role of President of the United States of America. And from the sound of it… it seems he’d be pretty honest. In fact, perhaps too honest?”

• The Chicago Sun-Times interviews Bob Odenkirk about A Load of Hooey and some of the topics he satirizes in the book.

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