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How ‘Better Call Saul’ Recreated ‘Breaking Bad’s’ Most Iconic Set

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Ethan Shanfeld SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched the 11th episode of “Better Call Saul” Season 6, titled “Breaking Bad.”When set decorator Ashley Marsh found out “Better Call Saul” was going to revive the iconic RV from “Breaking Bad,” she was psyched.

And luckily, the original “Krystal Ship” had been kept safely stored at the Sony lot. There was only one issue: the RV was “completely gutted on the inside.”Now, “Breaking Bad” had always used two “RVs” — one fully functional vehicle for exterior and driving shots, and a separate soundstage for shooting the interior.

To recreate that set for “Better Call Saul,” Marsh “religiously rewatched ‘Breaking Bad'” and took “8,000 screen grabs.” With careful attention to detail, the team had to replace every beaker, tub of methylamine, round-bottom flask and more.

Everything we see inside the RV on “Better Call Saul” was new. “We had to go back and buy everything,” Marsh tells Variety. “We literally just stared at photos until we figured out what these items were.”To make sure the RV interior looked exactly like it did in “Breaking Bad,” Marsh then set out to find a 1986 Bounder — the same model used for the exterior shots — to gather seats, lights, a mini-fridge door and window coverings.

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