“Better Call Saul” Season 5 will take Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) one step closer to the corrupt lawyer that the fans saw in “Breaking Bad” series. The fans are waiting for the characters from the main series Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) to make a cameo appearance, perhaps as an ending to the spin-off, but a new theory suggests that this is a bad idea.

For the most part, the spin-off series has kept the spotlight on Jimmy. There have been a few big characters from “Breaking Bad” that have been introduced, like Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) and Mike (Jonathan Banks), but this has only added to the excitement of the show. Adding Walter White, however, will have a different effect, according to a theory by Screen Rant.

If the spin-off series ends with Jimmy meeting Walter White, the fans will be talking about the character from the main series. This will not be fair to Jimmy, who is the lead of “Better Call Saul.”

The producers appear to have considered this already. That is why the spin-off series has not only been about the backstory of Jimmy, but it also explores the events that happen after the end of “Breaking Bad,” a time when the lawyer has to live a life of doing a menial job that has nothing to do with the law.

In case Walter White and Jimmy do get to meet, or if this is hinted at in the show, that means the two shows are connected in that moment. A previous theory by Screen Rant suggested that this could get the fans excited. However, it doesn’t have to be the end of the spin-off. The producers have the option of continuing the show in the future timeline, showing Jimmy’s redemption story.

“Better Call Saul” may be a spin-off, but the show has managed to win the hearts of the fans with an unexpected back-story of Jimmy. The show got 11 Emmy nominations, which shows just how popular it is.