Better Call Saul season 3
A picture of James Morgan "Jimmy" McGill (Bob Odenkirk) also known as Saul Goodman from AMC's "Better Call Saul" season 3. Facebook/BetterCallSaulAMC

“Better Cal Saul” season 3 is going to be back on small screen on April 10. Meanwhile, the official Twitter handle of the show has been teasing details in bits and pieces. Earlier, it was revealed that Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) along with another major “Breaking Bad” character will be back on the show. Now, it appears that there is a hidden message in one of the show's recent tweets.

The showrunners have posted a short video on Twitter, in which Kim (Rhea Seehorn) is patting Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) hand before walking away. The tweet is captioned, “It’s all good, man! #BetterCallSaul will be back on April 10.” While it appears to be a normal tweet suggesting the show's release date, there seems to be a hidden message in it as well. (See the tweet below.)

Doesn’t “It’s all good, man” also sound like “It’s Saul Goodman?” Are the makers trying to say that Jimmy will finally become criminal lawyer Saul Goodman in the forthcoming season? This can be true, and can be a mere coincidence as well. However, going by the storyline of the show, it isn’t difficult to predict Jimmy as gradually identifying himself with Saul Goodman, the criminal lawyer from "Breaking Bad."

In the finale episode of the last season, Jimmy confessed to his brother Chuck (Michael McKean) that he tapered with the documents and bribed the copy store clerk. Chuck, being the smart one, has hidden a recorder before Jimmy came to visit it. He recorded him, and in the forthcoming season, he would likely blackmail him using the same. He could also present the evidence to the authorities.

Jimmy is apparently worried about the whole incident, and that is quite evident in the released sneak peak footage from season 3. (Watch the sneak peak below.) All this hints that he is close to becoming Saul Goodman.

Another cliffhanger that remains unsolved revolves around Mike (Jonathan Banks). He was last seen trying to kill Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis). However, he is stopped by an ominous intervention, hinting that other dangerous players may be seen in the next season.

“Breaking Bad” season 3 air date has been announced. The 10-episode season will air in the US on April 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET. The AMC show also airs on Stan in Australia. However, the streaming company has not announced about airing the third season yet.

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