'Breaking Bad'
(L-R) Cast members Aaron Paul, series creator Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, Jonathan Banks and RJ Mitte from the award-winning television series "Breaking Bad" stand by Tyvek suits and masks used in the series during a memorabilia donating event at the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington November 10, 2015. Reuters/Gary Cameron

The titles of “Better Call Saul” Season 2 had a hidden message that the producers hoped would not get revealed so soon. The secret message reveals who wrote the note for Mike in the finale episode. Two characters from the “Breaking Bad” TV series were supposed to be featured on the show, but were dropped later.

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When Mike (Jonathan Banks) was preparing to kill Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis) in the finale episode, he heard the loud noise of a honk. Upon investigating he found that someone had written a note asking him not to go ahead with his plans.

The note for Mike was written by Gustavo ‘Gus’ Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) or someone working for him, the producers confirmed in an interview with Variety. Some of the fans discovered that the first letter of each episode’s title is actually an anagram that spells “FRING’s BACK” when rearranged.

However, the producers pointed out that Gus works in “mysterious ways” and casts a “long shadow.” So, fans should not expect the character to be featured in a big way in the next season of “Better Call Saul.” The producers are still working on the plot of the next season and they are not sure if Gus will appear in a few episodes or not be shown at all.

The producers explained that they don’t want to get the fans’ hopes up. Since the fans have already decoded their hidden message, the producers don’t want to do a “bait and switch.”

The producers love to keep the fans in suspense and then surprise them. However, they don’t want to raise the expectations of the fans and then fail to deliver.

Another character from the “Breaking Bad” TV series was initially supposed to be featured in “Better Call Saul” Season 2. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the producers revealed that they had planned to bring back Betsy Brandt to reprise her role as Marie Schrader. Marie was supposed to be one of the X-ray technicians testing Chuck (Michael McKean), but they later decided not to do it because the cameo would have been distracting from the scene.