Better Call Saul Season 6 breaks bad and turns on water works

Turns out, Kim took Jimmy’s advice. She returns to Albuquerque and files an affidavit in which she recounts what happened: how she and Jimmy teamed up to destroy Howard, and how Howard was murdered by Lalo. She then brings the document with its gory details to Cheryl, who is understandably appalled. Again, Seehorn mostly sat and reacted to how her co-star, Sandrine Holt, reacted when Cheryl uttered the final words that revealed her husband’s tragic fate.

Cheryl wants to know what happens next – will Kim go to jail? Maybe…but probably not. As Kim has stated, it is up to the District Attorney to file charges, and it most likely won’t happen because of the lack of corroborating evidence. Kim also tries to emphasize that Howard wasn’t in pain when he was killed, but Cheryl reminds her that Howard’s reputation was ruined just before he died, and that’s all anyone remembers now. about him. Kim replied that she wanted to change that… somehow. “Why are you doing this?” Cheryl asked.

Kim had no answer. But then we saw her on the bus, and we were forced to watch her completely break down. Director Vince Gilligan kept the camera trained on Seehorn’s face as it slowly cracked, bit by bit, until she was overwhelmed with emotion, sobbing. It was brutal to watch. As well as another scene that follows – flashbacks to when Kim and Jimmy last saw each other six years ago. It involves the former couple signing their divorce papers. Jimmy is in full Saul mode, and is rather cold to Kim, dismissing her with merciless, “Have a good life!” before returning to his criminal clients.

After the deed was done, Kim went outside of Saul’s strip mall office. It was pouring rain, which is completely unusual for this location. As expected, Kim needed a cigarette after a painful encounter earlier, and she lit one. As it turns out, she’s not alone – outside is none other than Jesse Pinkman, who asks to be smoked. Kim obliges, and Jesse goes on to write a very Jesse-like story about the weather, and about his criminal friends – one of whom Kim had actually represented years ago. Finally, he asked Kim about Saul Goodman. Another friend of Jesse’s is Saul’s agent (because he likes commercials), and Jesse wants to know if a lawyer is any good. “When I knew he was him,” Kim replied. Like I said: brutal. Better Call Saul Season 6 breaks bad and turns on water works

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