Bob Odenkirk's son confirms "He's going to be okay" - / Film | MCUTimes

Bob Odenkirk’s son confirms “He’s going to be okay” – / Film

It has been a tense day as fans all over the world have been waiting for an update on it Bob Odenkirkcondition after a medical emergency last night and luckily the news is good.

Odenkirk collapsed during the filming of last season Better call Saul and was rushed to the hospital. His son and representatives have finally spoken just moments ago, confirming that the comedian and actor had a heart attack but is recovering.

The first word was from Odenkirk’s son, Nate, and it was a simple phrase that made us all sit on pins and needles to let out a sigh of relief.

Hollywood Reporter followed up almost immediately with a slightly more thorough and detailed story that includes quotes from Odenkirk’s reps. The point is that he is stable, alert and in true nice guy form, paying tribute to the medical staff who saved his life.

A congregation, if ever there was one

When I say “nice guy”, I mean it. You would be hard pressed to find someone who has a negative thing to say about Bob Odenkirk. He has an impeccable reputation for being supportive of his colleagues, friendly with his fans and a complete professional in everything he does.

I had a friend who worked in a local video store who once told me about the time he was desperately trying to find a copy of Mr. Show. It was always in demand, customers kept asking to rent it, but it must have been before it was officially released on DVD.

He somehow asked for a contact number and who should pick up the phone, but Bob Odenkirk himself. When he heard that this little video store in Austin, TX, wanted a copy for rent to his customers, he ended up sending his own personal copy of the series.

That’s the kind of guy Bob Odenkirk is, and that’s why you saw such an outpouring of love on social media when the news broke about his medical emergency. It’s nice to see how everyone could stop fighting for a brief moment and unite behind a universal desire that Bob Odenkirk pulls through.

A heart attack is not something to mess around with, but luckily he got help quickly and it puts him in the best position to recover and continue to entertain us hopefully for decades to come.

From all of us here / Movies, come on, Bob!

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