Laura Fraser is best known for her portrayal as Lydia Rodarte-Quayle in AMC's "Breaking Bad." In the series, Lydia originally worked with Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), and now that Gus is already in "Better call saul" Season 3, it's only fitting for Lydia to return as well. Episode 6 titled "Off Brand" reveals that Lydia is the one responsible for finding the laundromat which will be used as a front for Gus' Superlab - his real money-making business.

Some sources say that Lydia will only be in the series for a short time, however, her appearance still made a lot of "Breaking Bad" fans excited.

Fraser said in an interview with Variety, that she is a big "Better Call Saul" fan, and she was on a holiday in the Canary Islands when she got the news that the producers wanted her on the show and that offer just made her holiday even better.

Doing Lydia again is hard, Fraser said

Fraser said that it's hard to repeat something, and her reappearance should be a less intense version of her "Breaking Bad" character. She added that she keeps on trying to bring the old character back, and it's not easy. In "Better Call Saul" Season 3 episode 6, Lydia is still coping, and she thinks that what she is doing is going to bring her more power and more control. But the actress said that Lydia has been scared and that she never really was able to control her own destiny.

The 40-year-old actress also knows that fans of "Breaking" may not be happy to see her again, but she added that it's also fun when people that you love come back. Meanwhile, another beloved character makes his most awaited return.

Saul Goodman is back, at last

Jimmy McGill's alter ego has finally made his appearance during "Better Call Saul" Season 3 episode 6.

Fans have waited at least two seasons for it, and when the moment finally came, it made a lot of viewers excited to see more of what's going to happen in the series. The show is now getting close to Jimmy's transition to his darker side. The recent episode shows Jimmy celebrating the results of the hearing, where he made his brother look mentally incompetent so that he could get a lesser sentence.

"Better Call Saul" Season 3 episode 6 ended with Jimmy celebrating that fact that he already has some interested people who called about his commercial making business. He does not want to ruin his law practice by having his old name attached to him, and so he chose a new moniker - Saul Goodman. "Better Call Saul" airs Mondays at AMC.