Bob Odenkirk talks ‘Better Call Saul’, SNL 40, WGN’s Bob Bell

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CHICAGO -- You may know Bob Odenkirk from "Breaking Bad", or the Oscar-nominated film "Nebraska," or from "Mr. Show" with David Cross.

Maybe you grew up with him in Naperville or Berwyn.

If you watched the Saturday Night Live special on Sunday night, he was one of the featured guests because he was a writer on the show from 1987-1995.

These days, he’s starring in his "Breaking Bad" spinoff show, "Better Call Saul" on AMC - and was back home in Chicago Monday night being honored by Michigan Avenue Magazine where he's the cover-boy of their latest issue.

On the red carpet, Dean caught up with Odenkirk about his new projects, and also being part of SNL history and it's ratings-busting broadcast over the weekend.

Watch the full interview in the video player above.

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  • Steven Reisner

    Would like to know more on the “old shows—–ray Rayner,bozo,Garfield goose.I think every adult 50-60 should have access to these classics.thank you.