AMC’s and Vince Gilligan’s Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 10 will see the full transformation of Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman, all the while his personal life dramatically changes as well. For one part, his relationship with Kim Wexler is on the rocks, for another, he’s rising up in the ranks, he just got the car with the cool license plates, he got a new office —just like the one we saw in Breaking Bad—, and the good times are rolling.
Meanwhile, the characters in the series are falling like flies. If we’ve gotten used to one thing in this series, is that one episode after the other we see people dying. And we might just wonder who will be next as there are only four episodes remaining in this great Breaking Bad sequel. The demise of Lalo Salamanca was just the beginning. Now, let’s take a look at what’s coming up next week!
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 9 Recap
The opening scene of Monday’s episode shows Jimmy and Kim going about their daily lives as Mike and his team clean up the crime scene at Jimmy’s condo, wiping up Howard’s blood and removing an accusatory bullet. He helps a bodybuilder client try on a neck brace, and she receives hugs from a client’s grateful family. When Jimmy and Kim arrive home, everything is spotless and as if nothing ever happened, but they are still aware that something did. They reside in a hotel, and Jimmy tries to assure Kim that one day they’ll return to their normal routine and “suddenly realize we hadn’t thought about it at all.” She doesn’t appear convinced, though.
Gus, in the meantime, is coping with the effects of Lalo’s passing: He is asked to attend a meeting with the Cousins, Juan Bolsa, Hector Salamanca, and cartel leader Don Eladio. Bolsa reads a letter from Hector in which he accuses Gus of being responsible for Lalo’s recent disappearance and claims that Gus attacked Lalo, but Lalo managed to escape. Blood for blood, please. But Gus is calm: “I don’t think this calls for a response.”
Despite Hector’s angry protests, Don Eladio decides to call it a night because the Cousins still believe Nacho and the Peruvians killed Lalo. Gus is informed by the boss that he can oversee Juan Bolsa’s territory in the north while the Salamancas take care of the south. However, he cautions Gus to confront the “hate” he perceives in Gus’ eyes and to never lose sight of “who’s boss.” As Gus drifts off to sleep, we are reminded of what happened to his partner Max and the source of his hatred as he looks down at Don Eladio’s swimming pool.
Mike Helps Out
After spending so much time hiding, Gus comes home and opens the window blinds to let the sunshine in. Mike informs him that the police believe Howard killed himself after consulting with him, saying, “For all practical purposes, it’s over.” Mike responds that they will require a new crew and engineer when Gus asks when construction on the Superlab can begin again. Gus, however, is adamant: “Start now.” He then visits a restaurant where he enjoys a glass of wine at the bar while engaging in a lively conversation with a waiter named David, who is aware of Gus and knows he enjoys wine. He regales Gus with tales of his travels through Europe, and Gus reveals that he took note of a special vintage that David once mentioned and purchased a bottle, saving it for a special occasion. Gus’ demeanor abruptly changes when David goes to get more wine, and he quickly leaves, telling the bartender to inform David that he has been called away.
Jimmy & Kim Have A Falling Out
Jimmy and Kim obediently show up at a memorial service for Howard at the HHM office, where they come over to pay their respects after spotting Howard’s widow Cheryl talking to Clifford Main. They were the last people to see Howard alive, and Howard told Cheryl they were playing elaborate pranks on him, so she had pointed questions for them. Cheryl still finds it hard to believe Howard was under the influence when he banged on their door, ranted about the Sandpiper case, and left. Jimmy gently guides her through their final encounter with Howard. Kim then interjects, relating a made-up incident in which she allegedly caught Howard sniffing something late one night in his office. Cliff responds to Cheryl’s request for confirmation by saying that it is neither the time nor the place, which causes her to run away in tears. Jimmy is prepared to move on and “let the healing begin” after the memorial, but Kim gives him a long, passionate kiss before leaving without him.
Everybody Goes Along
The following day, Kim returns to court, but she submits a motion to withdraw from the case. When the judge asks her to present her most recent motion, she explains to him that she can’t because “I’m no longer an attorney” and claims that she is doing it for “personal reasons.” She adds that she gave the bar her notice two hours ago. Jimmy surprises her at home and freaks out, pleading with her not to waste her entire life. He tries to think of a way to undo it. He then notices that she has also packed up all of her belongings. You asked if I should avoid you. Not at all. She tells him, “We’re not good for each other. “We’re fine apart, but poisonous together” Insisting that he loves her, he begs her not to do this and offers to take any necessary steps to make it work. She responds, “I love you too. Then what? Then she says she didn’t tell him Lalo was alive because “we’d break up” if he ran away, hid, or stopped the Howard scam. I didn’t want that, either. I was having too much fun, that’s why. Jimmy is devastated as she leaves while still packing and walks away in tears.
Enter Saul Goodman
Jimmy awakens to the sounds of Journey’s “Any Way You Want It” the next thing we know, but he finds himself in a rotating bed in a luxuriously furnished bedroom with a sleazy woman next to him. Wow, it seems we’ve time-traveled straight to the Saul Goodman era. Jimmy and Saul prepare for the day in his enormous mansion by choosing a vivid green dress shirt while authoritatively barking orders into his phone’s earpiece. Saul also works on his increasingly severe comb-over in a gilded mirror. He complains about the sound quality while listening to one of his advertisements on the radio in the car before arriving at his law office, where Francesca is managing a crowded lobby of clients. Let justice be done though the heavens fall. He says as he sits down at his desk, which we are familiar with from the Breaking Bad era, surrounded by Greek columns and U.S. Constitution wallpaper. Distinguished guests.
The sixth season of Better Call Saul stars Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman / Jimmy McGill, Jonathan Banks as a handyman enforcer at the cartel Mike Ehrmantraut, Rhea Seehorn in the role of Kim Wexler, a lawyer and Saul’s romantic love interest in the series. Patrick Fabian plays Howard Hamlin, a lawyer at the Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill attorney desk. Also, Tony Dalton plays Lalo Salamanca, Michael Mando plays Nacho Varga, another enforcer at the Salamanca drug cartel and Giancarlo Esposito plays drug kingpin Gustavo Fring.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Trailer
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 10 Release Date & Where To Watch
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 10 will release on July 25, 2022 on AMC and AMC at 18:00 hrs Pacific Time, United States. Moreover, the episode drops on Netflix a day after. Firstly, the upcoming episode’s title is “Nippy”, Michelle MacLaren directed it out of a script written by Alison Tatlock.
Every episode lasts one hour. And there are only four episodes left in this Breaking Bad prequel. That’s all the time we have now for Saul Goodman’s shenanigans here at Otakukart. Thanks for reading our piece, and please come back next week for more information on Better Call Saul. Happy streaming and see you soon!