Better Call Saul season 6: Why Kim Wexler is more dangerous than Saul Goodman

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Better Call Saul season 6: Why Kim Wexler is more dangerous than Saul Goodman

Better Call Saul, the criminal and legal drama that tells the story of Jimmy McGill, a petty criminal who becomes a criminal lawyer, con artist and cartel defender, will be coming to an end after six seasons on the air through the transmission network AMC, starting on Monday, April 18, when the first wave of episodes of a total of 13 that the latest installment has is released.

It is planned that the second part of season 6 of Better Calll Saul will premiere on July 11 on AMC, but the truth is that with the final episodes, fans of the crime drama will be able to immerse themselves in depth in the life of Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), who until the fifth season has shown passivity when it comes to making money. But, the first promotional trailer for season 6 reveals that she is putting together a plan with Saul (Bob Odenkirk), and there are indications that she could surpass him in this area.

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This week, the show’s official Twitter account released a video of the Odenkirk and Seehorn characters arguing as they stood at the end of Better Call Saul season 5. With Jimmy McGill digging deeper into Saul Goodman’s world, things began to get dicey for both him and Kim Wexler, as the criminal attorney attempts to build his name while also putting himself in a position to earn millions working for the mob.

According to the Better Call Saul season 6 promotional trailer, Kim Wexler will begin to bring out her true self. The crime drama character whose future is one of the biggest mysteries of the final episodes apparently has his fair share of darker and even more dangerous impulses than Jimmy McGill himself. This is due to his greater ability to understand the consequences after analyzing between what is right and what is wrong; And frankly, that doesn’t seem to faze her that much.

You have to be clear that sometimes his ability to handle some challenging situations can help Jimmy, but also keep in mind that it could lead to more trouble. Fans should be prepared for everything that comes with season 6, which will highlight the darker side of Kim Wexler and that mystery about the character, which Bob Odenkirk touched on in a recent interview.

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Chances are, the fact that Kim Wexler doesn’t appear in Breaking Bad could make you think she’s on the run because of something she did. While some believe she may have died before the events of the original series with Walter White (Bryan Cranston), Bob Odenkirk admitted last year that that’s not necessarily what might have happened with Rhean Seehorn’s character.

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