El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

Continuity mistake: Jesse Plemons gained a considerable amount of weight since "Breaking Bad" ended. As such, Todd Alquist is noticeably husky in his flashback appearances in this movie, even though in the original timeframe, he was more slender.

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Continuity mistake: In S5:E14 of BB, it shows that Jesse is chained to the roof to teach Todd how to cook. Like if the setup was already there on the same day they kidnapped him. But in El Camino, they show the scene where the Nazis are planning out of the setup for Jesse to cook in and the roof setup is not there yet.

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Suggested correction: Kenny mentions that Jesse "tried to rabbit on us once already", so this is after he escaped. He says "I'm thinking he's gonna figure out a way to break this thing." They're not having Neil build the structure in this scene, they're having him change and/or reinforce it.

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Continuity mistake: At the beginning of El Camino, Jesse shows a much thicker beard than he had in his final appearance in S5:E16 of Breaking Bad.

Continuity mistake: When Jesse escaped, he left the .45 inside. When he went to Skinny's house, he suddenly has it with him.

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Suggested correction: This is a different gun than the one we see him drop in Breaking Bad. The gun he brings into Skinny's house was in the glove box of the El Camino. We see in the flashback (when they are burying the housekeeper) that Todd kept that gun in the glove box.

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Revealing mistake: The dead housekeeper's body is moving its hands like it's alive after it's unwrapped out of the carpet.

Deliberate mistake: In the lab where Jessie is working, the canister that Walter had put his bloody hand on when he dies at the end of Breaking Bad still has the bloody handprint on it from that episode. However, this part of the film takes place before that episode happens. In the behind the scenes, the director stated he didn't have the heart to remove the handprint and decided to leave it in as a little "Easter Egg"

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Jesse: Alaska... Start over. Start fresh.
Mike Ehrmantraut: One could.
Jesse: Put things right.
Mike Ehrmantraut: No. Sorry kid, that's the one thing you can never do.

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Trivia: The working title during production was "Greenbriar." Eventually, the title "El Camino" was unveiled, which in addition to being a model of Chevrolet car, also translates to "The Path" or "The Way" in Spanish.

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