Ever since Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul was announced a few years ago, talk of potential cameos has been non-stop.
Although the show is set years before the events of the main series, certain key characters have popped up along the way.
Mike Ehrmantraut played a pivotal role in the first two seasons of Saul, and Breaking Bad baddie Gus Fring is set to appear in the upcoming third.
However, the cameo of cameos would be from none other than Walter White, and it seems that actor Bryan Cranston may actually get involved... though not in the way we'd hoped.
According to star Bob Odenkirk, Cranston could get involved with the show at some point, perhaps behind the camera.
Asked whether he keeps in touch with his former Breaking Bad co-star, the Jimmy McGill actor told ShortList: "We don't text all the time or hang out in bars, but I see him occasionally.
"He watches the show, he's proud of it. There's talk of him helping out soon, maybe directing an episode – we'd like to get him on board."
While this suggests that he won't be involved in season three (boo!), Odenkirk did reveal that "the plan is to bring [McGill/Goodman] to where we met him in Breaking Bad".
Perhaps a brief cameo then? C'mon, give us something!
The star recently hinted that we may be getting more cameos in season three on top of Fring actor Giancarlo Esposito.
"There are other characters from that show that are starting to appear, so that is super-exciting, and it raises our stakes, and it raises our game at Saul," he said.
"It's just awesome, and I just envy the fans for the surprises that are coming this season. I guess as it comes closer to Breaking Bad, it's going to happen more and more."
Better Call Saul returns to AMC on Monday, 10 April, and should be available on Netflix afterwards.