Bob Odenkirk on Saul's Unique Qualities, Reveals Favorite Books

This week, Bob Odenkirk addresses Better Call Saul when speaking with Flavorwire and doing a Reddit AMA. Plus, he talks about his six favorite books with The Week. Read on for more:

• Talking to Flavorwire about his new book, A Load of Hooey, Bob Odenkirk says he believes Better Call Saul "will be a unique show, not really comparable to much else, and I think it will take a little time for critics and audiences to put it into perspective."

• During a Reddit Ask Me Anything, Bob Odenkirk remarks that Better Call Saul is "not 'more' Breaking Bad…it's a unique thing, and if you'll give us a few episodes, you'll really start to see the qualities that make it something altogether new."

• Bob Odenkirk provides The Week with a list of his six favorite books, including The Dog of the South by Charles Portis and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird.

L.A. Weekly talks to Bob Odenkirk about his new book, A Load of Hooey, and learns he'd like to parody Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters "and I do intend to parody it and make it about the 'Los Angeles River' — eulogizing Hollywood types." promotes Bob Odenkirk's appearance on Comedy Bang! Bang! this Friday as an immigrant father of seven DJ sons.

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