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Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12 Release Date: Back To Walter

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12
Better Call Saul 6 Episode 12

In Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12, things are getting worse for Gene. He’s living a simple, boring life working at a Cinnabon in Nebraska. After getting recognized by another person driving a cab and pulling a heist at a luxury department store at the mall to get that person off of his back, he remembers those Slippin’ Jimmy days of being a low-rent conman.

The latest episode saw cameos by Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston reprising their roles as Jesse Pinkman and Walter White. The series has now progressed into a spot where their paths intertwine. The episode, aptly titled “Breaking Bad” takes us back and forth in the past, present and future. With only three episodes left in the series, let’s take a look at what went down without any further ado.

Better Call Saul 6 Episode 12

Let’s take a look at the last week’s episode of this Breaking Bad spin-off

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 11 Recap

The episode begins with Saul yelling “Ignacio did it!”, just like in that episode of Breaking Bad where Walter White and Jessie Pinkman kidnapped and took him to the desert, where they forced him into a grave. So, that’s how we began. Well, Saul was talking about Nacho Varga. See how roads intertwine seamlessly, thanks to Vince Gilligan?

The scene cuts to Francesca Liddy working as a property manager. She drives to a remote location but senses a presence behind her and turns around. She finds a gas station that has been abandoned and waits for the phone to ring. Saul/Gene is asking for information regarding Albuquerque and the Feds. He paid her for the info.

What Happened After Saul Flees From New Mexico?

Still, Francesca is followed, her mail is examined, and her phone is bugged. Jessie Pinkman was in the wind when his car was discovered by the border (of course, he fled via El Camino). Saul’s assets in shell corporations, such as his ownership of nail salons, laser tag, and an offshore account, were all seized. As for Walter’s wife, Skylar White, she was granted immunity.

Huell was back in New Orleans but avoided being pounced. Bill Oakley changed his position and is now a defense lawyer. Kim Wexler made one call to Francesca. She inquired about Jimmy/Saul. She was wondering whether he was still alive.

The Nasty Phone Call

Gene made his way to a different remote payphone and used it to call the operator, asking for a connection to Kim Wexler in Titusville, Florida, who allegedly works for Palm Coast Sprinklers. We can’t hear the discussion, but it was not good as he yelled into the phone before smashing the outdated equipment and slamming the door’s window in.

Marion was shown how to see amusing cat videos on YouTube by Gene when he spoke with her at Jeff’s house. He revealed a brand-new swindle to Jeff in private. Because Gene informed them that their business was concluded, Jeff felt hesitant. However, Gene rekindled their fuel and persuaded him to work the night shift because they also required barbituates.

Bar Fight

Gene later lost a bet with a drunk customer and performed poorly at a karaoke bar. The annoying man continued placing bets on Gene (who lost every bet on purpose so that more shots could be consumed). Gene deftly poured the beverages through a tube he had hidden inside his shirt.

Gene took him to a cab, but Jeff got him home since he was too drunk. Jeff covered the lock with duct tape before the man shut his door. Buddy quickly and stealthily entered the unlocked house and began taking pictures of Alfred Hawthorne Hill’s identification, credit cards, banking records, income tax returns, and other things. Buddy sneaked away with the tape, almost forgotten, but he came back for it.

Breaking Bad

In a flashback, Saul was dragged inside the RV after emerging from the makeshift grave by Walter White (portrayed by Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul). Saul discovered that the couple produces the “blue stuff.” figuring out that Walter was Heisenberg and Jessie was Igor. Walter wondered how he planned to get Badger out of paying him $80K. Saul assured him not to be concerned about their drug dealer.

The mobile meth lab wouldn’t start as usual when it was time to leave the desert. Jessie asked Saul, “Who is Lalo?” as she waited. Saul was astonished and questioned his motives. Jessie recalled how terrified he had been, believing Lalo had hired them to take him. Lalo, Saul retorted, was a nobody.

Gene’s Rage

After receiving a distressing call in the future, Gene hurried to see Jeff and Buddy. One con victim was a cancer patient. Because the man had the identical drugs Buddy’s father once took for pancreatic cancer, Buddy abandoned the job. Buddy had no desire to defraud this target. Gene was furious and fired Buddy and insisted that Jeff assist him in returning to the location to complete the work. We saw a flashback of Saul Goodman visiting Walter’s high school to meet him. Gene smashed the window of the cancer patient’s house in a previously shown scene.

Better Call Saul 6 Episode 12

Only Three episodes left!

Where To Watch Better Call Saul?

Better Call Saul airs on AMC and streams on AMC+ and Netflix.

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12 Release Date

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 12 will release on August 8, 2022 on AMC at 22:00 hours Eastern Time, United States. The next-to-last episode of the series is titled “Waterworks” and it was directed and written by Vince Gilligan.

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