Some people thought that, as nice because the ending of Breaking Bad was, Aaron Paul (who was basically a co-lead within the collection) bought quick shrift within the finale. El Camino sought to rectify that, and in my view (and that of most who watched El Camino) it was an enormous success. It was the Breaking Bad ending that we didn’t realize it was missing.
Snow Globe, conversely, is the origins story to Todd’s snow-globe shrine to Lydia that we didn’t notice El Camino was lacking. The film itself featured Todd’s snow globe, in fact, and Todd’s pitiful affection for Lydia was by no means doubtful. However Snow Globe gives some obligatory perception. Set someday earlier than the occasions of El Camino, it sees Todd meticulously constructing the snow globe that features the 2 of them whereas calling Lydia to substantiate a gathering whereas additionally asking her on a date. Lydia doesn’t a lot decline as she (rudely) hangs up on him, however Todd — who can not settle for that Lydia won’t be into him — merely interprets her rejection as concern that their telephones are being bugged. It’s very Todd.
Clearly, Gilligan was smart to maintain it out of El Camino. It’s one among a number of scenes that didn’t make the ultimate lower, together with an prolonged scene with Badger, in addition to an extended scene with Jane. As bonus options or DVD extras, these will likely be improbable, and yet one more little merchandise to place into the Breaking Bad universe.