Higher Name Saul Season 6 lastly revealed the place Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) has been in the course of the occasions of Breaking Dangerous. Seehorn appeared within the penultimate episode and shall be within the Higher Name Saul collection finale. The large query that continues to be is: Does she nonetheless love Jimmy? Seehorn is aware of the reply.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Better Call Saul Season 6.]
Seehorn was on a Tv Critics Affiliation panel on Aug. 10 with Bob Odenkirk and Higher Name Saul creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. They mentioned Kim’s destiny and her remaining affections for Jimmy (Odenkirk). The Higher Name Saul collection finale airs Aug. 15 at 9 p.m. on AMC.
Sure, Kim nonetheless loves Jimmy within the ‘Better Call Saul’ collection finale
Jimmy calls Kim after six years within the Higher Name Saul timeline. She tells him he ought to flip himself through which upsets him. However don’t mistake that for a scarcity of affection.
“Yes, I absolutely think that she still has love for Jimmy,” Seehorn stated. “I think even in the heartbreaking episode where they break up, it was never because she didn’t love him. That is not how she came to the decision she made.”
Rhea Seehorn knew forward of time that Kim lived on ‘Better Call Saul’
Higher Name Saul followers have lengthy been nervous that Kim didn’t survive as a result of she was by no means talked about on Breaking Dangerous. Seehorn was notified she’d be coming again, as a result of they needed to put together her Florida look.
“We normally get our scripts one at a time with some overlap so that you can be learning the next one you’re going to do,” Seehorn stated. “I know I can speak for Bob as well and pretty much all my cast has spoken about this, that’s all your RAM space can handle to play the present moment that you’re being asked to play. But because this took some doing with wig fittings and a very different look, I was made aware of it conceptually a little sooner but I didn’t have the actual script.”
Gould added that Kim is dealing with the aftermath of her crimes ceaselessly.
“I think it’s a different show in the sense that a lot of what this show is about is how you live with what you’ve done and live with life, as opposed to ending it,” Gould stated.
The hole gave the ultimate episodes ‘good showmanship,’ Peter Gould stated
Gilligan stated they by no means thought-about killing off Kim on Higher Name Saul. “How are you going to kill off America’s sweetheart?” Gilligan stated.
Gould stated the trick was maintaining Kim out of Higher Name Saul simply lengthy sufficient in order that her return would have probably the most impression.
“I remember calling Rhea and saying, ‘We don’t know how many episodes, but we think we’re going to have you offstage for a little bit,’” Gould stated. “It’s the word that we always use, we thought it was good showmanship to take, as Vince says America’s Sweetheart, but also the relationship between Jimmy and Kim is at the heart of the show. So to take that off the board for a little bit I think was dramatically the right decision. I think we called you, Rhea, and said, ‘Hey, you’re going to be out for a little bit but don’t worry, we love your character. We love you and you’ll be back.’ I think that was pretty early.”