The Showrunner of “Better Call Saul” Reveals Final Episodes Put “Breaking Bad” In A New Light
Because viewers will finally learn how Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), the criminal defense attorney they knew and adored on Breaking Bad, came to be, Better Call Saul’s final episodes are shaping up to be remarkable events.
The show’s creator Peter Gould previews, “I got to say these last six episodes take some twists that I know I didn’t expect when we started this, and I think it’s all perfectly organic, but it’s quite unexpected at the moment. The sudden killing of [Spoiler] Howard (Patrick Fabian) at the hands of Salamanca cartel leader Lalo (Tony Dalton) in the midseason finale undoubtedly shocked viewers.
As the Rest of The Season Plays Out, Gould Alludes to Additional Surprises and Turns, so Prepare for Even More Shocks.
As the rest of the season plays out, expect even more surprises since Gould has hinted at further surprises. “I hope you’ll see it and be shocked and startled, and it’ll make you think,” the author said. Gould adds that he also hopes “you’ll feel the way I feel, which is that there’s really no other way it could have gone,” in addition to what he previously stated.
This makes us hopeful for Saul’s resolution since it reminds us of the unusual finale of Breaking Bad, which yet managed to delight and surprise fans. The horrific killing of Howard is acknowledged by Gould, who declares that “it’s an awful moment. This is horrifying and frightening. However, he does add, “There are other surprises left to come, not all of them entail a bullet.
Main Unanswered Questions Concern Over Kim’s Health Is Present Going Into the Final Instalments (Rhea Seehorn)
Concern regarding Kim’s (Rhea Seehorn) involvement in Jimmy’s future as Saul is among the most important unanswered questions going into the final group of episodes. Although she has been conspicuously absent from the black-and-white flashforwards in previous seasons, Season 6 trailers have hinted that she will be returning with more information.
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As Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, Respectively
Gould predicts that everything you see in the future will cast Breaking Bad in a new light, especially Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s significant returns as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, respectively, on the show.
Gould asserts that “viewers of this show are going to experience a different Breaking Bad than they would have before these last few episodes,” while it is unclear whether their involvement would involve previously untold moments for their characters.