Hey, guys! welcome to anotherBetter call Saulrecap. It's hard to believe that we only have two episodes left in the series.Finalseason of this amazing show. And yet, we still have no idea what will happen next. At this point during your runbreaking Baddelivered "Granite State", which felt like more of a filler episode so we could all catch our breath after the brilliant "Ozymandias". last week's episodeSaul, titled "Breaking Bad", delivered and remains perhaps one of the best entries of the season. So I imagine "Waterworks" will probably be the episode we'll have to go through to get to the grand finale, if you know what I mean, or maybe Vince Gilligan will shock us again and another amazing episode delivered that will blow us away.
Okay, enough waiting, let's move on to this week's episode, "Waterworks".
What Happened in Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12
We start with Saul doing his best Steve McQueen imitation, throwing a ball at the Constitution-lined wall in his office. Yeah, we're at it againbreaking BadArea. Francesca calls and reminds Saulo of the time. "You've got a lobby full of people here," she complains before threatening to leave at 8 pm. to the point, no matter what.
"Wow, you and your work ethic," jokes Saul. “Did I ever tell you how indispensable you are?” It's such a strange relationship. Francesca hates what she does, but she loves money too much to stop. Saul doesn't like her style, but he knows there aren't many others willing to do her dirty business - and I think Francesca knows that.a lot ofabout his business.
Saul blatantly refuses to take any more customers and hangs up with his assistant. He then throws the ball a little too hard against the wall, causing one of his fake pillars to topple over. He then pulls out a document sent by Kim... divorce papers. oops Saul plays in his Bluetooth headset. "What are you waiting for?" he asks. "Show her in."
Kim remarried? Was Saul yelling at her new husband? So many questions, so little time.
The answers will have to wait because we are back in black and white land (ie the future) where we see a brunette Kim Wexler slicing a potato. Okay, so... the responses are coming fast and furious. A man enters the house. He brings out some Miracle Whip and Couples Debate Mayonnaise. Next, we see Kim mingling with a group of housewives as her husband chats with the boys at a barbecue. Our worst fears came true: Kim is domesticated.
This couple is clearly very intimate when we see them having sex. Kim and this mystery man spend the night building a jigsaw puzzle and watching TV - you know, kind of like my life. (No gender.) Clearly this man is very different from Jimmy/Saul. He's simple-minded, slightly aloof, and... well, let's just say he doesn't look like he could outsmart a pigeon. He leaves and tells Kim about a new Outback Steakhouse that just opened. "It's a date," she says.
I mean wow What a change. While Jimmy's guilt over Howard's death led him to become an exaggerated (and evil) version of himself, Kim went the opposite way and became a watered down iteration of the feisty lawyer we've come to love. She even works at an irrigation company ordering parts, making coffee, and attending those awful office birthday parties that seem to happen every week.
At lunch, after some patience, Kim chats with her colleagues, who discuss the effects of ecstasy. You ask what she eats. "Tuna sandwich," she replies. “I tried something different and made it with Miracle Whip instead of mayonnaise.” It's frightening how accurate this portrayal of everyday life is.
Later, Kim receives a call from Victor Sinclair. uh-oh She closes her office blinds and closes the door, obviously preparing for the fireworks. After a brief pause, she answers the phone. "Kim Wexler," she says, as professionally as possible. "Hey Kim," comes Saul's voice. "Do you know who that is?" A hit. "I'm going to take that as a sign that you're doing it."
Saul then goes into his usual disjointed tone. He tries to keep things light, but she cuts to the chase. "What you want?" she asks pointedly.
"I don't want anything, I just thought it would be good to catch up... I thought you'd like to know that I'm alive," says Saul. "Yeah. I'm still here, still getting away with it. The feds couldn't find their own ass with two hands and a proctologist." Oh Saul. Let's go man. Show some humility. He comes into this scene as a lost ex-boyfriend.
"You shouldn't call me," says Kim.
"Come on, Kim," says Saul. "Blow on me, call me an idiot. Let me know you still have a pulse.” Is this the first time Kim has spoken to Saul Goodman?
"Do you want me to say something," she says. "You should turn yourself in."
bam There it is.
"I don't know what kind of life you live, but it shouldn't be too much," she continues.
"Said the pot to the pot," Saul snaps before going on a rant about everything from Lalo to his business. He calls her a hypocrite and tells her to turn herself in, as she is the only one with a guilty conscience. He doesn't give her a chance to respond, and when she finally does, her response is simple: "I'm glad you're alive."
You can see her facial expression almost turning into fear during this part. She listens to Jimmy, the man she loved, but something is wrong with the man... is he a little more... an idiot? Is that the right word? Viscous? A little butt? Normally I like Saul, but this scene made me see him through the eyes of an outsider and it's brilliant.
As Saul wrecks the phone booth, we see Kim take a long moment to collect her thoughts. A knock on the door pulls her into the main room, where she sings "Happy Birthday" with the other classmates. (The birthday boy's shocked surprise is hilarious.)
After the break, Kim is seen waiting for a bus. Two figures approach and wait with her. (Maybe something, maybe nothing. My paranoia is through the roof.) She heads to a familiar spot: the Bernalillo courthouse, where she walks through the metal detector with the other guests and waits in line for an elevator. She looks at a lawyer who engages his client. As usual, Kim doesn't show any emotion, but we know what she's thinking: We're a long way from the good old days.
She finally jumps on the elevator... where exactly? Does she make a deal?
The scene shows Cheryl Hamlin alone in her house. A bell sounds. it's Kim She enters the Pearly Gates (towards salvation?) and meets Howard's wife. The meeting begins silently. Kim pushes a piece of paper towards the woman, who takes a moment to read the long document.
as expected,allExists. Jimmy and Kim's plan to ruin Howard, along with his death at the hands of Lalo.All.
Cheryl sighs. "Howard was murdered? Why?"
"He was in the wrong place at the wrong time," says Kim, before adding that Howard didn't suffer, as if that was any consolation.
"He didn't suffer," Cheryl replies. "The lies you two made up? The picture you painted? That's all he is now. That's all anyone remembers."
"I want to change that," says Kim.
Cheryl asks if Kim will go to jail. That's up to the district attorney, says Kim. Yes, she filed her statement. I honestly feel bad. And while my first thought is screaming, "Damn it, Lalo!" I know better. Jimmy and Kim dug their own grave. You got deeply involved with the wrong people and ruined many lives in the process. As Kim told Jimmy a while back, they were too busy having fun to think about the repercussions.
Chances are, the district attorney won't charge you for not having any physical evidence. So, Cheryl asks, why are you doing this? We didn't get an answer, but I suspect it's because Kim wants to A) cleanse her soul or B) save Jimmy from Saul.
Once again, and I've said it many times this season, congratulations to Rhea Seehorn on her incredible performance. The bus ride scene where shein the endfalling apart is... easy, wow. heart touching. Everything seems to hit her at once - guilt, shame, regret, sadness, fear. Everything comes up. Damn, what an achievement.
Now we're back with Saul literally breaking into the cancer victim's home. As our captain expected, your final target is passed out on the ground. (A strange thought occurred to me: Saul looks like he wants to be caught. He doesn't have the strength to turn himself in and prefers to drown in a blaze of glory. Note that he doesn't even try to hide his footprints in those robbery scenes, his fingerprints are all over the place.) damn room!) Saul gets to work and gathers all the information he needs. He is about to leave when something pulls him back into the house. He goes upstairs and we see our cancer victim move... uh oh. Saul wanders around the second floor picking up some cigars and drinks. He finds some watches, puts them in his pocket, and notices an urn containing a dog's ashes.
Outside, Jeff sees a pair of lights come on behind him.
Back at Saul, he peers over the banister - the target is gone. In fact, he's in the bathroom at the bottom of the stairs. Saul takes the urn...
... outside, Jeff sees the car parked a few meters away: a car...
… Saul sneaks up to the crabeater with the urn, but breathes a sigh of relief when the man passes out again. Saul goes to the door, sees the car and goes back inside.
There is a large part of the patrol car with two police officers in it. We hear one of the officers ask the other, "Would you take a look at this?" We assume he's talking about Jeff's car. "What would you call it? Could someone call it a fish taco?" Yeah, he's just talking bat The pair clearly don't know about Jeff or Saul, but our main characters don't.
After a long slap (and a long conversation about fish tacos), Jeff appears to be panicking. His taxi sped off and he crashed into a car parked nearby, much to the police's surprise. The alleged criminal gets out of the car and looks helplessly at the officers - and Saul, realizing the situation, runs away.
Backbreaking BadIn the timeline, Kim is sitting in Saul's office, silently filling out divorce papers. Francesca appears. The three characters silently perform their actions. (Well, I guess the call wasn't the first time Kim has met Saul.) Finally, Saul asks, “What do you think? Very good, right?
"So Florida," he continues. "Because there?" Before she can respond, he adds, "You're going to be sorry you didn't take your share of the Sandpiper's money. That would buy you a bunch of swamps."
She gives him a confused look, almost stunned at the man he's become.
"Have a good life, Kim," he says, casually dismissing her.
Kim gets up and looks like she is going to say something, but decides against it and leaves. We catch a familiar sight: Kim smoking a cigarette. The camera pans slowly and... we see Jessie leaning against a nearby wall. (I honestly expected this, but man... what a moment.) Jessie walks away into the rain and then asks, "You're a lawyer, right?" He says he recognizes her. "You defended my friend Combo. Cristiano Ortega.
After more talking from Jessie, he asks, "Is Goodman the real deal?" He has an assistant (Emilio) who confronts him in real time. "That guy," Jessie asks again. "He is good?"
"When I first met him, he was," Kim responds ruefully.
After the break, we go back to the future with Saul sitting alone on a bench waiting for the bus. (That's whereSaulcollide withNobody?) He jumps out of the vehicle and gets into the car. He drives home. He drinks some liquor. Hang up the phone and wait. It does what Jimmy used to do: summon calls with your fingers. It somehow works.
"Hey Dad, it's me, it's Jeff," says Jeff at the police station.
Saul plays along.
"That's no big deal," says Jeff. "They think I committed a robbery."
Saul asks if he had any of the stolen goods when the police arrested him. "No," replies Jeff. Then there is nothing to be afraid of. Saul assures Jeff that he will have the best legal representation. So he calls Marion, maybe a little too arrogantly. He offers to pick her up in an hour, but something is wrong with Marion. Why would Jeff call Saul instead of her? And how does this guy know so much about the legal system?
After hanging up, she pulls out her sleek laptop.
Saul drives his car and happily sings "The Tide is High" by Blondie. He knocks on the door. No answer. He finds himself inside and scares Marion, who had the headphones on. What did she hear? Saul quickly finds out: an old Better Call Saul commercial. (The commercial reflects her glasses, no less colorful. Nice details.)
Ultimately, all Marion had to do at Google was "Scammers in Albuquerque." Saul appeared, larger than life. She picks up the phone to call the police. Saul takes her phone and grabs the cord like he's going to strangle her. Saul is many things, but not a murderer. Marion taps the life alarm around her neck. Saul warns them to stop. "I trusted you," she says.
This statement seems to bring Saul back to life. Maybe he didn't want to get caught. Maybe he just thought he was untouchable... a god who walked among mortals. The big criminal the police never found. Everyone else - Heisenberg, Mike, Lalo, Gus - died, but not the great Saul Goodman. At least until now.
The life alarm triggers a response from an operator. Marion exclaims that a criminal is right in front of her. Saul looks really hurt. He runs to the door and - leaves the credits.
Wow. That was a lot to process. Honestly, the best way to describe these final episodes is like a waking nightmare. Away from each other, Kim and Saul were trying to start over in the usual way. But just like Chuck warned, Saul will do italways beSlippin' Jimmy, a con man with a penchant for criminal behavior. He can't help it. He lives to cheat. And that may have cost you a lot of time.
I'm honestly surprised that Kim lasted this long without passing out. Apparently, his attempt at reincarnation (sort of) wasn't enough to get rid of his guilt. However, for the most part she seemed to be fine. I'm sure her work and marriage redundancy(?) made it easier to contain her inner turmoil and she may have changed at some point.
Ironically, it is a phone call from Saul that convinces her to confess. Again, I think her change of heart is accompanied by a desire to save Jimmy. She looked at Saul Goodman quite surprised and looked even more shocked during the phone call. Maybe she knows he's never going to stop until he's dead and wants to avoid another needless murder... we'll have to wait until the end of next week to find out, but geez, we're ready for the finale.
Final thoughts on Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12
So yes, I was wrong. This episode was definitely not filler. It's not thatYes reallyWe will. Like 1+ fine. How crazy was it to see Kim in Saul's office talking to Jessie? Of course, the part felt very fanservice, but also very natural. the worlds ofBetter call Saulebreaking Badcome together in a way that should make every other prequel green with envy. This is brilliant stuff.
As for Saul, I still feel sorry for him. Yes, Jimmy did turn into a criminal, but only because the world just wouldn't allow him to go straight. Chuck remains the main catalyst for Jimmy's downfall (and his death clearly hit Jimmy psychologically), but Kim's overt "betrayal" was the final push. Does he deserve to go to prison? Probably. Like I said, Saul is a terrible man, but Jimmy was actually a decent guy who needed a strong moral figure to guide him home. Chuck, Howard and Kim weren't strong enough to carry Jimmy on their backs; and everything collapsed under his negative influence.
So I think Kim will try to rectify the situation by acting like a sturdy rock that Jimmy can hold onto in his distress - or the person she should have been in the first place.
This is my reading of things. What do you think will happen in the final episode next week? Good theorizing!
Season 6, Episode 12: 'Waterworks' After years of blending in and keeping low in Omaha, Gene Takavic, a.k.a. Saul Goodman, is about to lam it. In the closing moments of this episode, he is outed for good by a terrified but determined Marion, who has discovered the truth about her overly helpful pal.What did Kim say to Gene? ›
She tells him, “You should turn yourself in.” Gene doesn't like that very much, and dares her to turn herself in, pointing out that Gus and Mike are both dead so she won't face any consequences. Kim also says, “I'm glad you're alive.” And that's about it. I was wrong that Gene was trying to get her to come to him.What did Jimmy McGill confess to? ›
The key to Jimmy's confession and transformation was admitting that he was the cause of Chuck losing his malpractice insurance, something that led to his death.How did Marion figure out Saul? ›
In drafting Marion (Carol Burnett) to bail out Jeff, Gene tripped the wrong curiosity wires in that sharp, not-to-be-underestimated Marion. With the help of Ask Jeeves, she realized that he was actually Albuquerque conman Saul Goodman.Why did Kim cry on the bus? ›
We decided that people will understand that she is crying for not just what happened in Episode 12 – she's crying for everything that we have seen for six seasons and the tragedy of what she could have been, the tragedy of what Jimmy could have been, and the lives affected and the hurt and the relationship that was ...Does Saul become gene? ›
Saul Goodman first requested an identity change in Breaking Bad season 5's penultimate episode, "Granite State." With the help of Ed Galbraith, also known as "The Disappearer," Saul became Gene Takavic, the manager of the Cinnabon in an Omaha shopping mall.What did PETA do to Kim? ›
Meet Kimberly Kowdashian! A PETA-supported sanctuary in India won custody of Kim the cow—who was likely exploited for dairy—after her former owner was caught abusing her on the street.Who is Kim's first baby's dad? ›
Kim Kardashian is the second child of Kris Jenner and Robert Kardashian. The social media star now has four children with her third ex-husband, rapper Kanye West. North 'Nori' West is the first child of Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, and was born on June 15 2013.Does Jimmy McGill have a personality disorder? ›
Antisocial personality disorder
The arc of his character is carefully constructed to resist moralizing. Just as we start to make up our minds about Jimmy, a new side of him is revealed that's incompatible with that judgment.
The condition is a controversial one, since many researchers say the connection between electronics and physical ailments just isn't there. Some researchers call the condition idiopathic environmental intolerance, but for the sake of clarity, we'll call it electromagnetic hypersensitivity, or EHS.
James Morgan "Jimmy " McGill, better known by his business name Saul Goodman and also later by the assumed identity of Gene Takavic, is the titular protagonist of the series Better Call Saul, a prequel/sequel spinoff of Breaking Bad, in which he is also a main character.What is the point of the Cinnabon scene in Better Call Saul? ›
The fact that Saul Goodman is spending his time after Breaking Bad managing a Cinnabon in Omaha is a direct callback to the final conversation had between Saul and Walter White before they parted ways for good.What was the point of the ant scene in Better Call Saul? ›
The next episode turns a seemingly odd final shot into a full-on metaphor as "The Guy For This" opens on a horde of ants devouring Saul's ice cream, signifying Saul's oncoming corruption as he finally grows more involved with the cartel.What was the check Saul ripped? ›
Saul returns to his office to find a pile of bills and a mysterious check for $26,000 from a law office with the last name McGill. Saul rips the check up in disgust. It turns out the check is from the firm of Saul's older brother, Chuck.What did Pete give Kim on her airplane? ›
As Kim entered her private plane, the stewardess revealed a box of chocolate-covered ice cream treats called Dibs saying they were a gift from Pete.What was Chucks letter to Jimmy? ›
Chuck even wrote how their mother loved Jimmy more than anything – a sly jab for being the "favorite son" - and Chuck described being proud of Jimmy for working in HHM's mail room. As later became evident, Chuck felt the mail room was where Jimmy belonged and resented his attempts to become a lawyer.Why did someone pour powder on Kim? ›
The attack may have quite possibly have come from a protester opposing Kim's love affair with fur. In November Kim was the target of a PETA campaign. The animal rights group today told TMZ it was not behind the attack - but noted that whoever did throw the flour may managed to send a message out to the reality star.Does Jimmy ever become Saul? ›
Jimmy slowly becomes (or regresses into?) a street-wise, no-nonsense, tough-minded hustler who is well-connected to the underworld. As he finds himself on the other side of the law, he develops a new persona: the criminal lawyer Saul Goodman.Who is the Cinnabon man in Better Call Saul? ›
Cinnabon appears in the first episode of every season of Better Call Saul, except for season 6. It is located inside a large Omaha, Nebraska shopping mall. Jimmy McGill, living under the false identity "Gene Takavic" is the store manager, depressed with his situation and longing to unearth his true passion as a lawyer.Do the twins appear in Better Call Saul? ›
Leonel and Marco Salamanca first appear in Breaking Bad, and they later make appearances in its prequel series, Better Call Saul.
Khloe Kardashian is cutting off her support for PETA in the wake of her sister Kim Kardashian's flour bombing at a perfume launch and charity event last week. 'I just received word that the woman responsible has very close ties to PETA, despite PETA publicly stating otherwise,' Khloe wrote Monday on her blog.Which Kardashian sister posed for PETA? ›
(CBS News) Khloe Kardashian says she is cutting ties with PETA after learning the woman who flour-bombed her sister Kim last week is linked to the animal rights organization. The reality star's announcement comes four years after she posed nude for PETA's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign.Is Kim Jimmy's wife? ›
Jimmy and Kim marry in a simple courthouse ceremony. Kim finds that Kevin is still willing to have Kim as Mesa Verde's outside counsel despite Jimmy's representation of Acker. Jimmy is asked to represent Lalo Salamanca, a member of the Mexican cartel who was arrested under an alias for murder.Why did Jimmy turn Irene's friends against her? ›
Jimmy pulls a series of psychological and social manipulation tricks to turn Irene's friends against her so that she believes refusing the Sandpiper settlement is against the interests of her fellow clients. She decides to accept, meaning Jimmy will receive his much-needed share.Are Jimmy and Kim in love? ›
While interesting and complete as individual characters, Jimmy and Kim really seem to complete each other — but you wouldn't exactly call their relationship "healthy." As Kim said herself, while they love each other, together they're "poison."Whose child is Chicago? ›
Get to know Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's four children: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.Who is Chloe baby daddy? ›
Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian are also parents to a 4-year-old daughter, True. Khloe Kardashian is now a mom of two.Why do Kardashians use surrogates? ›
Well, according to a source, the use of a surrogate is down to “medical reasons: "There were medical reasons that factored into her decision to use a surrogate, but not putting such a strain on her body was a huge motivation", they told Heat Magazine.What was Chuck's mental illness? ›
One of the subplots of the show follows Chuck's obsessive compulsive order (OCD), a mental illness where people suffer from intrusive thoughts and compulsions.What mental disorder does Saul have? ›
Antisocial personality disorder
Sometimes he even exceeds normative morality to the point of altruism (like when he saves the twins' lives from Tuco's revenge in Season 1, how he takes exceptionally good care of his brother Chuck during his illness and how he risks his career to save his assistant Huell from jail).
The date on the grave fits with a scene in Better Call Saul season 2's finale (set in 2002), where Chuck is rushed to hospital and his age is given as "late 50s." By comparison, Jimmy is in his early 40s when Chuck commits suicide.Is Chuck Jimmy's dad? ›
Chuck was born in Cicero, Illinois, United States and is the eldest son of Ruth and Charles McGill Sr. He is the older brother of fellow lawyer and titular character Jimmy McGill ("Saul Goodman").Is Chuck's condition a real thing? ›
Although Better Call Saul often presents Chuck as a kook, electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a genuine term, albeit not one that any medical organization would recognize as a genuine condition, since EHS has never been scientifically proven.Why didnt Chuck feel the battery in his pocket? ›
Jimmy pulls his cell phone out of his pocket, and again, Chuck thinks he's got Jimmy, demonstrating that the phone has no battery, hence why he couldn't “feel” it coming from Jimmy's pocket. Chuck is insistent that this isn't just a mental quirk – it's a real physical condition.Is a Chicago sunroof a real thing? ›
So, there you have it. A Chicago Sunroof is not a real thing.Why is Saul called Slippin Jimmy? ›
The "Slippin' Jimmy" name comes from Better Call Saul, where it is explained as a nickname Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) had acquired from his days pulling scams on people. It refers to the common practice of pretending to have a slip and fall to score an easy cash settlement from a business owner.Is the Better Call Saul Cinnabon real? ›
'Better Call Saul' star Bob Odenkirk in stable condition …
In earlier seasons, real-life Cinnabon employees played extras in the bakery scenes, but that's no longer the case. These days, Saul Goodman's co-workers — sorry, Gene Takavic's co-workers — are merely actors portraying Cinnabon employees.
Once he gets near the wheelchair, Gene also cuts a wire to make sure he would take the elderly woman all the way back home. Gene's charming personality grants him an invitation for dinner, and when Marion's son returns home from work, we finally understand what's happening.What made Chuck crazy in Better Call Saul? ›
Jimmy McGill, Chuck's younger brother. This is what's wrong with Chuck in Better Call Saul. Chuck McGill supposedly suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). EHS sufferers claim to be sensitive to electromagnetic fields, which explains Chuck's adverse reaction in the presence of electronics.What did Saul do in the sunroof? ›
UPDATE, April 6: In the season finale, it is revealed that a Chicago Sunroof is defecating through the open sunroof of a parked car. With just three episodes, AMC's Better Call Saul has become the best show on television.
At the beginning of episode three, “The Guy for This,” we see the ice cream cone once more — swarmed with red harvesters, a metaphor for how quickly Jimmy's life has become overrun.What does the ants in the ice cream mean? ›
That the ants are swarming all over and eating the ice cream works as a means of showing that the old Jimmy is slipping farther and farther away, as Saul Goodman and the people he works with/for take over. By the end of the episode, when Saul is dropped off at the same spot, the ice cream is almost all gone.What do red ants symbolize? ›
Red ants, on the other hand, are mostly associated with bad luck. Their presence in the house means loss of wealth. There is one exception though. If you see them with their eggs in their mouths, then you can breathe easy.Why did Chuck tear his house apart? ›
He then tore apart his house in search of the unfindable irritant fueling what Michael McKean, the actor who plays him, described as Chuck's “unscratchable itch.” “Searching for that source was a very active thing,” he said. “It was a man looking for a way out, and he had to settle for that way out.”Why did Jimmy McGill change his name? ›
The pain that Jimmy felt from Chuck's suicide, and his role in it, is what led him to try to distance himself from his family name once and for all and officially change his name from Jimmy McGill to Saul Goodman.How does season 6 of Better Call Saul end? ›
In the finale, however, Jimmy 'returns'. Halfway through his sentencing hearing, Saul diverts from his 'victim' speech, admits to being a key part of Walter White's drug empire, to falsifying statements about Kim's role in Howard's death and to triggering brother Chuck's suicide.What is episode 12 of Better Call Saul called? ›
We open episode 12 of Better Call Saul Season 6 in the Saul Goodman timeline when business was booming. Saul had clients left and right visit him to solve their legal troubles.Who was the burnt body in better call Saul season 6? ›
Better Call Saul's Season 6 premiere deals with the aftermath of Gus' attack on Lalo's home. In order to escape, Lalo burns a body beyond recognition and dresses it in his clothes.What happens in season 6 Better Call Saul? ›
The season shows the further evolution of Jimmy into the eponymous character, criminal defense lawyer "Saul Goodman", as he and his wife Kim Wexler (Seehorn) execute their plan to ruin the career of Howard Hamlin (Fabian) to force a resolution of the Sandpiper case.What happens to Kim Wexler at the end of Better Call Saul? ›
But as Monday's series finale confirmed, Kim Wexler lives on. In the last two episodes, she confesses to her role in torpedoing the reputation of Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) and inadvertently leading him to the moment of his death.
After being sworn in, Saul pulls a 180 and confesses to all of his crimes with Walter White, almost bragging about how Walt couldn't have built his drug empire and stayed out of prison without him. Saul also confesses about how he sabotaged his brother Chuck McGill's (Michael McKean) career, which led to his suicide.Will there be a season 7 on Better Call Saul? ›
Season 7 is been awaited by binge-watchers. The 7th season is thought to be the last and final one in the BCS series. Though there are people who believe the 6th season was the final one of the Better Call Saul American drama. The fans are secretly hoping this to not be the truth.Why was Kim crying in waterworks? ›
On the way home, Kim cries on the bus — she uncontrollably sobs. The toll of the last six years weighing on her. An insurmountable measure of emotional stress compels her to break down at this very moment. It's hard not to cry with her.Why did Jimmy name himself Saul? ›
Jimmy begins to use the alias "Saul Goodman", a play on the phrase "It's all good, man". He initially uses it as a fake name when performing his scams with Marco.What mental illness does Chuck have in Better Call Saul? ›
But the supporting cast are given plenty to do as well, including character actor Michael McKean, who plays Chuck McGill. One of the subplots of the show follows Chuck's obsessive compulsive order (OCD), a mental illness where people suffer from intrusive thoughts and compulsions.Who kills Lalo? ›
Lalo is killed by Gus in the season six episode "Point and Shoot". Gordon Smith said it was considered for Mike to kill Lalo, but this idea was discarded in order to let the "biggest big bads" in the series – Gus and Lalo – come face to face.Why did Gus have a body double? ›
A lookalike of Gustavo Fring was hired by Mike Ehrmantraut as a body double as part of an elaborate plan to protect the real Gus from a potential direct attack by Lalo Salamanca. Take the quiz to prove your knowledge.Is Lalo a psychopath? ›
Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton)
Lalo Salamanca is the evilest man in Better Call Saul, and may even be eviler than Jack Welker of Breaking Bad. Lalo Salamanca is simply a psychopath. His way of thinking is different than most people's. Unlike Jack Welker, Salamanca isn't motivated by the moment's pleasure.
Jimmy gets ambushed, shot at, saved by Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), stranded in the desert and forced to drink his own pee — all in one episode.Will Walter White be in Better Call Saul? ›
The final season of Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's Better Call Saul brought about the highly anticipated return of Breaking Bad's iconic, beloved duo, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).