While Season 6 may not be happening, Breaking Bad does live on thanks to the prequel series Better Call Saul. Because of that show, we're finding out just who Saul was before Walter and Jesse walked into his office, and how he made the transition from Slippin' Jimmy to Saul Goodman. But nevermind before, what about what happened after?
Saul didn't even get to make an appearance in the series finale, and the last we heard of him he was headed off to Nebraska with a new identity, after telling Walt to turn himself in. Although he finds himself pretty much starting from scratch again, you have to imagine that things will be just fine for Saul, and not all that different.
He may have a different name, but he can't change his nature. He's a lawyer, and that's what he'll continue to be, despite the revelation at the start of Better Call Saul that he stuck to his plan to work at Cinnabon. Eventually, you have to think he will defer to type, even with the ghosts of his past standing on his shoulders.
Although he'll steer clear of the more criminal cases, he'll make a steady living as a small time lawyer in Omaha, and continually hope the past never catches up with him.
8. Huell Gets Off The Couch
Huell, in the grand scheme of things, was a fairly inconsequential character in Breaking Bad. Sure, he had his moments, but he was largely just there. Post-BB, though, is when his fame has really taken off. He's become the star of countless memes, partially thanks to the image of him lying on Walt's money, but mostly due to the fact he was left waiting in that safe house. And waiting. And waiting.
You get the point.
It's plagued fans for a couple of years now. Did he ever leave? Did he even get off the couch, or is he just sat there in perpetuity, awaiting someone to either come and rescue him from this safe house prison or die in the process?
Funny or Die did a spoof video of what happens next to Huell, imagining that he actually ends up moving his wife and kids into the house, and that's the version of events I'm quite happy to believe here. However, according to Vince Gilligan, the DEA would go back for him just a few hours after we last see him, and he'd soon be a free man. Which is way less fun.