TV - Movies
The Better Call
Saul Season 1
Episode Detail
That Went Right
Over Our Heads
By TOMMY MCARDLE
The production team behind "Better Call Saul" are known for rewarding their loyal fan base with interesting title schemes which they created for Season 2 episode and 6. But anagrams and naming schemes are not the only fun things to look for.
"Better Call Saul" fans who take a closer look at every Season 1 episode title will note that each of the 10 episodes' titles ends with the letter 'o', except for "Alpine Shepherd Boy.” The creators and writers said they came up with the idea to end every episode of the season with an "O" at the lunch table.
Head writer Vince Gilligan said they formed this idea while making "Alpine Shepherd Boy," and that they originally wanted to name the episode "Jell-O" in reference to the advertisements Jimmy puts on Jell-O cups at a local nursing home. However, the team was not legally allowed to name the episode “Jell-O” and instead settled with the nod to the figurine that Mrs. Strauss presents Jimmy.