Experiencing Ehrmantraut Withdrawal? Better Call Saul!

Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut in Breaking Bad
Most people love opening a nice clean garage. What’s Mike’s problem?

We're psyched that Jonathan Banks will return to the role in the upcoming Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul, which according to Deadline,

centers on [Bob] Odenkirk‘s unflappable criminal lawyer Saul Goodman. Banks will be a series regular on the show conceived by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and Breaking Bad writer-producer Peter Gould. The prequel series, slated to debut on AMC in November, will chronicle the evolution of Saul before he ever became Walter White’s lawyer. The deal with Banks means that Saul will have his trusted private investigator/fixer Michael “Mike” Ehrmantraut by his side.

Any other BB reprises in the new series (c'mon, Jesse) are still only rumors, but until then, we can still enjoy Grandpa Mike's fairy tales.

**Note, Ehrmantraut withdrawal effects include despair, insecurity, dizziness, cold sweats, insomnia, excess body hair, and gut-clenching fear. However, the presence of Ehrmantraut, while relieving withdrawal, often creates almost identical side-effects, which may with time become fatal. Use with caution.


  1. Joe Brosnan

    I’ve been getting through my Ehrmantraut Withdrawal with weekly doses of Community, which this season is featuring Jonathan Banks as a hilarious criminologoy professor, but having good old Mike back in November should be the cure I’ve been searching for since BB ended.

  2. Teddy P

    It will be good to see him again.

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