30 thoughts on “Easter Eggs You Missed In El Camino

  1. Walt's bloody hand print on a tank in the lab Jesse was kept prisoner in… They had some of the original props from the BB finale, and one of them was the tank Walt puts his hand on just before dying… Vince Gilligan didn't have the heart to wipe the fake blood off, so he left it there as an Easter egg. (Of course in the movie, this all happens before Walt dies, making it a significant break in continuity, but almost impossible to see.)

  2. Everyone in El Camino flashbacks was fat or older. Fat Todd, Fat Jessie, Old Mike. Old Jane. Old Skinny Pete, Old Badger.

  3. When Breaking Bad ended in 2013, it was hard as hell to say goodbye to the show…..now, after 6 years, El Camino comes out and at the end of it I said, "OMG now i have to go through the torture of saying goodbye all over again"

  4. Todd looks way older and fatter in the movie flashbacks. It is the only thing that bothered me about the movie. Great ending to a great show.

  5. In the scene where Skinny pete and Badger watches the news on TV, Suzanne Ericsen in standing next to the guy who talks

  6. Stop fat shaming jesse(todd) already! Enough is enough! Don’t you think he feels bad enough already? Understand he just did his job! He wasn’t filmimg just for el camino at that time, but for other roles which required him heavier, too. He is an amazing actor and ge gave his best performance in this movie. The end.
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    Oh yeah, another thing. Vince said there was walter’s blood left on the lab equipment from the last episode Felina because he didn’t have the heart to wipe it off. So if you look closely in the scene where they make jesse run back and forth you might even see it. Eather way, it’s there.

  7. Rabid dog was clearly a hint towards what they do to Jesse like keeping him in a cage and on a leash.

  8. 2:50 Also, “Arroz” backwards is “Zorra” which means bitch in Spanish. A clear reference of Skylar

  9. Throughout the series, I learned about Jesse by hating him and slowly loving him and eventually sympathetic towards the end.

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