Transcript for 'Better Call Saul' Takes Place Six Years Before 'Breaking Bad'
"Pop news." Hand off my verbal baton. Time for "Pop news." Here's Haines Haines. Breaking news about the "Breaking bad" spin-off which is easily one of the most anticipated new TV shows. Its writers are revealing they've set "Better call Saul" six years before he meets Walter white. They jump around in time and anything is possible and "Breaking bad" in "Better call Saul" and Walter white will only show up if it makes sense. Look for the show early next year. I'm hoping for a Walter white appearance. That sounds like a tease. I think Jesse will be on there. I just -- Walter white would be a surprise. He may show up. For fans. Folks in Ohio are jumping to are a different reason. Folks in Missouri are jumping out of bed the news they're about to get an official state exercise. The jumping jack. If you're not familiar with the exercise, Ryan has kindly agreed to give us a demonstration. Got you. Oh, my rheumatism. Okay. You're showing your age. Show us what a jumping jack looks like. He's channeling his inner P.E. Class. This is great. How long do I do it? You keep going until I say stop. Okay. Apparently -- Keep the jacket buttoned. I've got information about this jack. You do your thing. Be a model. You realize you're on live television, though. The exercise was invented by a Missouri born general who led U.S. Forces in world war one so they're serious part as part of a training drill for cadets and news readers and turns out it's not the only state with the official exercise. Now you are a doing river dance. This is not -- . Maryland, their official exercise is walking, Ryan if you'd like to demonstrate that and walk right off set. Okay. And in -- thank you, Ryan. -Week-o 9--week-old baby has been a viral star. Mom Angie says she was watching her two older daughters feed the animals when a stranger said to her, um, ma'am, there's a lemur on your baby. Apparently the lemur was quite taken with the little baby's toys. Don't that remind you of "Seinfeld." "A dingo ate your baby." That's "Seinfeld"? Yes. Oh, gosh. We'll have a crash course. Today is national etch a sketch day, the so-called magic screen has been around for 54 years with more than 100 million sold. Brian lee madden -- is that madden or madden -- he's been working away etch a sketching some portraits. Let's take a look 59 his sketch. First we have Ryan -- Wow. That's pretty good but one of your eyes is crooked. And a broken nose. Bring that down a nose. Put the sweat beads on. Wait. We have bianna's -- bianna? Oh. That's pretty good. Dan. And the one you've all been waiting for. Sara Haines. And that's a bam. Oh. We'll be right back.
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