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Relive Saul’s Early Meetings With Walter White With Breaking Bad Full Episodes

Better Call Saul Season 3 is just a few weeks away, and to celebrate the show getting closer and closer to the world of Breaking Bad, AMC has curated a special collection of full episodes that highlight Walter White’s earliest encounters with world’s best “criminal” lawyer, Saul Goodman. Check out these memorable episodes:

“Better Call Saul” (Season 2, Episode 8)
When Jesse’s friend Badger gets busted by the cops, he and Walt turn to colorful attorney Saul Goodman for help. But when Saul informs Walt that the best way to free Badger is to give the DEA the mysterious Heisenberg, Walt and Jesse must plan an elaborate scheme to get Saul on their side. And just like that, a criminal partnership is formed.

“Caballo Sin Nombre” (Season 3, Episode 2)
After Skyler asks Walt for a divorce, Saul has trouble convincing Walt to continue cooking meth. Although he tries to cheer Walt up, Saul ultimately calls on Mike to monitor things on the homefront. Elsewhere, Saul helps Jesse buy his house back.

“Sunset” (Season 3, Episode 6)
When Hank and the DEA close in on Walt and Jesse’s RV, they turn to Saul for help. Enlisting the aid of his secretary Francesca, Saul is able to keep Walt and Jesse out of trouble again.

“Abiquiu” (Season 3, Episode 11)
After Skyler becomes aware of Walt’s side business, she becomes skeptical of Walt and Saul’s plan to launder his drug money through a laser tag franchise. Despite Saul’s objections, Skyler is eventually able to find a practical solution that she and Walt agree makes the most sense.

“Full Measure” (Season 3, Episode 13)
After Walt kills Gus’s dealers to protect Jesse, Gus looks to exact his revenge. Walt and Jesse turn to Saul to help “get Jesse out of town” and throw both Gus and Mike off the scent while Walt plots an even bolder retaliation of his own.

Check out the special collection of “Meet Saul Goodman” episodes, available on Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, AMC mobile apps and amc.com, before they’re gone on April 1. Then stay tuned for other curated batches of episodes in the coming weeks.

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