'Better Call Saul' Season 6: Is Saul going to New Mexico? Intense clip teases new challenges
The sixth and final season of ‘Better Call Saul’ will be making a return to AMC with the remaining episodes and fans are really excited to know what will happen after that cliffhanger ending in the show’s previous episode. The seventh episode of Season 6 gave us the shock of our lives when Lalo entered Saul (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim’s house while they were talking to Howard Hamlin.
Howard was really angry with the couple because they tried to sabotage his career by playing a dirty game. It looked like he was about to fight. However, Saul and Kim tried convincing Howard to leave the house before someone gets hurt and when he didn’t leave, Lalo took his gun out and killed Howard by putting a bullet in him. The entire sequence made our jaws drop and fans were left numb after what they have just seen. However, things are going to more and more intense as the remaining six episodes are set to return later this month.
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With the ‘Breaking Bad’ sequel about to reach its conclusion, the show has released a new promo for the remaining episodes of the series. The clip is focused on Gene (Bob Odenkirk), an alias taken by Saul Goodman, sitting in the backseat of a taxi and getting recognized by the driver. The clip has an ominous tone and the driver says, “I know who you are, you know who you are”, before repeatedly urging Odenkirk's character to “Say it”. With a heavy sigh, Odenkirk can be heard saying his character's infamous catchphrase, ‘Better Call Saul’.
Also, it seems that Saul will be returning to New Mexico because the taxi had an Albequerque air freshener hanging in the taxi. But if you are one of those who were expecting some kind of new information, then you’ll be disappointed because the clip didn’t give any new info about the new episodes. It only suggests that tension will be at its peak when the show arrives on AMC once again.
The first seven episodes of ‘Better Call Saul’ were flawless and kept everyone at the edge of their seats. With Lalo meeting Saul after a long time, it will surely be interesting to see if he also sees Saul as someone who knew about Gus’s plan for killing him. Another thing that viewers are excited about is seeing how Walter and Jesse are introduced in the series.
Exciting times ahead for the viewers, but not that much for the characters on the show.
‘Better Call Saul’ returns to AMC with new episodes from Monday, July 11.