Bill Burr Teases Possible Return of ‘Breaking Bad’ Character on ‘Better Call Saul’

“I got my fingers crossed,” comedian tells TheWrap of Saul’s henchman Kuby

Comedian Bill Burr is staying busy touring and running his upcoming animated Netflix offering, “F Is for Family” — but he’d carve out some time in his busy schedule to reprise an old favorite.

Burr told TheWrap that he’d gladly bring back Kuby, who played a key role on AMC’s “Breaking Bad” over the course of five episodes and a number of seasons, for “Better Call Saul.”

“The best chance is for people to continue watching that show,” Burr told TheWrap during a Monday interview. “Because it’s a prequel, the closer it gets to where he ended up meeting Mr. White — because I don’t my character’s backstory. I don’t know when I met Saul Goodman.”

Kuby was the brains — and mouth — of Goodman’s A-team enforcement duo. He was partnered with the brawn of Huell (Lavell Crawford), who appeared on 11 episodes.

“I got my fingers crossed, because I would love to play that guy again,” Burr continued. “I’d love to do anything with Vince Gilligan.”

For now, arguably the best stand-up comic in the country is sticking to the funnies. Burr’s semi-autobiographical cartoon comedy, “F Is for Family” — which he stars on, co-created, and executive produces — drops in its entirety Friday morning at 12:01 a.m. on Netflix.