Bob Odenkirk Reveals 'Better Call Saul' Season 4 Premiere Date by Flashing His Bare Butt
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The 55-year-old actor has the premiere date of the series' upcoming season tattooed on his bare butt and he shows it at Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills.

AceShowbiz - Bob Odenkirk became the center of attention when he made an appearance at the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, July 28 in Beverly Hills, California. The Saul Goodman depicter revealed the premiere date of "Better Call Saul" season 4 by showing his bare butt to the audience.

The 55-year-old actor admitted that he was excited for the series' upcoming season and got the premiere date tattooed on his butt to prove that he's devoted to the show. "I wanted to show you guys something," he said onstage. "This is exciting for me. I'm sorry. I got a tattoo...all my life, I'm trying to think, like, what do I care about enough to get it, like, eternally marked on my ass. And so, I finally had something."

Odenkirk then pulled down his pants, showing the temporary tattoo which read, " 'Better Call Saul' Aug 6." The "Incredibles 2" voice actor successfully made everyone laugh at the event. "See that? I'm a real company man. I want everybody to know when it's coming back," Odenkirk quipped. "It was such a long wait. So where can I put the information where everybody will see it? So there you go."

"I really do think it might be our best season ever," Odenkirk gushed about the upcoming fourth season. "And I haven't watched it all. Of course, I read it all, and we did it, but I've heard from people who've been watching the cuts. They're very excited about it, and it's like I think we just know our show now, and we can move faster, and it's got more comedy, and more violence, and more drama coming at you faster."

On the same occasion, AMC also announced that "Better Call Saul" was renewed for a fifth season along with "The Walking Dead" spin-off "Fear the Walking Dead" and "McMafia".

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