At the end of Breaking Bad, Saul told Walt he'd end up working at a Cinnabon in Omaha. Better Call Saul begins with him doing just that.
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In Better Call Saul Season 1, Jimmy McGill meets Tuco Salamanca, a high-strung meth dealer from Seasons 1 and 2 of Breaking Bad.
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On Better Call Saul, Tuco's henchman include No-Doze, also from Breaking Bad, and Nacho, whose name ("Ignacio") Saul referenced during his first appearance on Breaking Bad.
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At the end of Better Call Saul Season 1, Jimmy begins wearing Marco's pinky ring, which he wore as Saul Goodman throughout Breaking Bad.

On Better Call, Jimmy and Kim scam Ken Wins, an obnoxious stock broker whose car Walt blew up in Season 1 of Breaking Bad.
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Officer Saxton, who responded to Skyler's 911 call in Season 3 of Breaking Bad, investigated Pryce's robbery on Better Call Saul.

On Breaking Bad, this toy pig helped save Mike's life in Season 5. On Better Call Saul... it's just a toy pig.

On Breaking Bad Lawson reluctantly sold Walt a couple weapons. On Better Call Saul, Mike is reluctant to buy Lawson's sniper rifles.
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In Season 1 of Breaking Bad, Walt holds Domingo "Krazy-8" Molina captive before eventually killing him. On Better Call Saul, Krazy-8 appears as one of Tuco's drug dealers.

Throughout Breaking Bad, Hector "Tio" Salamanca is a non-speaking, wheelchair-bound former bigwig of the cartel. On Better Call Saul, Mike meets a younger, healthier Tio for the first time.
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On Breaking Bad, The Cousins were sent by the cartel to murder Walter White. On Better Call Saul, Tio used them to intimidate Mike and his family.
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Saul Goodman always wore tacky colorful suits on Breaking Bad. On Better Call Saul, Jimmy wore them in an attempt to get fired from Davis & Main.
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On Breaking Bad, Jesse sold meth and bought a gun at The Dog House. On Better Call Saul, Jimmy and Kim eat there to celebrate Kim winning the Mesa Verde business.

Better Call Saul is getting closer and closer to the world of Breaking Bad. Check out some of the biggest connections.
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