If you need a laugh today, you’re in luck!
As a new season of AMC’s Better Call Saul nears, ET is taking a moment to look back at laughs from last year with an exclusive first look at the season two outtakes.
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Bob Odenkirk, who plays Jimmy McGill (six years before his Breaking Bad persona, Saul Goodman), and Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim Wexler, Jimmy’s love interest, are scene-stealers in the blooper reel. Breaking Bad alum Jonathan Banks also gets some laughs.
In one particularly funny moment, Odenkirk and Seehorn pretend to be fake newscasters sitting with their hands resting on a faux table -- really, a DIY contraption -- and giggling over the absurdity of their situation. In another outtake, the co-stars begin laughing when a section of the couch starts to move, causing Odenkirk to disappear into the cushions.
Earlier this year, Seehorn spoke to ET about the evolution of her character, admitting she was “rewarded” with a strong arc.
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“It was fun to play somebody like that, who really holds their cards to their chest,” Seehorn said of her character. “Even though we see more and more of her, she’s kind of a poker-face person.”
“She's not all one thing or the other,” she continued. “This moral ambiguity and this grey scale is so much what the show is about. There are no heroes and there are no villains. What is good and bad or what is right and wrong? People are having to ask themselves where they fall in that scale. It isn't all one thing or another. And I'm so happy to be included in that.”
Better Call Saul returns for season three in 2017.
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