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“Better Call Saul”: 7 things to remember before watching the final season | AMC | netflix | Breaking Bad | SKIP-INTRO

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The successful American TV series “Better Call Saul” has released its sixth and final season. The first episode is already available on Netflix. This fiction follows the story of lawyer Jimmy McGill who becomes an advisor to Saul Goodman, Walter White, from “Breaking Bad”. This ‘Spin-off’ comes to an end with a season that promises to be as good as the previous ones. In this note, you will find information that will help you remember where the story ended.

In this sixth season we will see Bob Odenkirk as the cunning lawyer who always tries to get rid of him. In addition, we will see Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut, Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler, Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin, Michael Mando as Nacho Varga, Tony Dalton as Lalo Salamanca, Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring, and Daniel and Luis Moncada as Leonel and Marco Salamanca.

Bob Odenkirk. (Photo: AMC)

1. Jimmy and Kim are married

As you may remember, these lawyers had a small wedding in a courthouse in the fifth season. Kim decided to marry Jimmy so that the two would not be forced to speak against each other in court. If we go back further in the past, we will remember that Kim is really the third wife of Jimmy, because of the third season of “Breaking Bad”, this lawyer tells Walter White that his second wife cheated on him with her stepfather.

2. Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will appear

The characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, played respectively by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, starred in “Breaking Bad” between 2008 and 2013; and will appear in the sixth season of “Better Call Saul”.

Peter Gould, co-creator of the prequel series, confirmed this during the Paley Fest event held in New York: “I don’t want to surprise the audience, but I will say that the first question we’ve been asked since we started the show was, ‘Are we going to see Walter and Jesse on the show?’ Instead of evading, I will say yes. You need to find out how or the circumstances or anything, but I have to say that it is one of the many things that you will find out this season, I think.“.

Return to “Breaking Bad”. Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston as Jesse Pinkman and Walter White in an image from the sixth and final season of “Better Call Saul.” Photo: AMC.

3. Jimmy & Lalo and the Salamanca family

In the first season, Jimmy mixed with the Salamanca family. Now, he works as their lawyer when they need him, even if he doesn’t like it. In season five, Gus had planted evidence that Lalo would be murdered, robbed and set on fire. Jimmy represented him under a false name, Jorde De Guzman, and was able to get him out on bail.

4. Lalo knows that Kim is Jimmy’s wife

In season five, when Jimmy goes missing while receiving Lalo’s bail money, a worried Kim visits Lalo. At that moment, she tells him that they are married. This does not seem like a good sign.

Kim suffered from fatigue and overwork in ‘Better Call Saul’ (Photo: Netflix)

5. Kim’s work

In the fourth season, the lawyer Kim started a new job. This time, as head of the banking division of the law firm Schweikart and Cokely. However, after Jimmy is nearly killed in the desert in season five, she quits her job and goes back to work as a public defender.

6. Gus Fring and Hector Salamanca

Héctor Salamanca is responsible for the death of Gus’ business and romantic partner, Maximino Arciniega. Maximino was one half of Los Pollos Hermanos, the chicken company that Gus’ brother operates, and a chemist working on his own strain of methamphetamine.

As you remember, Don Eladio made Hector kill Maximino in front of him. Since then, they hate each other.

Gus Fring in a scene from “Better Call Saul.” (Photo: AMC)

7. Jimmy and Howard Hamlin

Jimmy has a personal vendetta against Howard Hamlim. The attorney blames Howard for the death of his brother, Chuck, Howard’s former colleague and Hamlin Hamlin & McGill (HMM) partner. Chuck was absent from the company when he began to suffer from an illness that prevented him from leaving the house. After Howard forced Chuck out of the company, Chuck committed suicide in a fire he started.

In season five, Howard offered Jimmy a chance to work at HMM when he saw the business he had started building as Saul Goodman. This is why he felt guilty for Chuck’s death. Jimmy did not take it well and was very offended.

Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) has an offer for Jimmy that is hard to refuse. Photo: AMC.
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