episode 11 also brings back Bryan CranstonWalter White and Aaron PaulJesse Pinkman, as we get to see some of the most memorable moments from the original series from a fresh perspective. There are still two episodes left, and we are all wondering what will happen in the future. But, for the time being, let’s revisit everything that happened in Season 6, Episode 11 of Better Call Saul.
a leap of faith
Episode 11 returns us to the moment when Saul meets Jesse and Walter long before he becomes a vicious criminal. During their first encounter, the two hire Saul to represent Badger (Matt L Jones), one of Jesse’s friends who works meth on the streets. The DEA is catching Badger, and Saul advises the criminal to buy his freedom by leaving “Heisenberg”, who is actually Walter. To change Saul’s mind, Jesse and Walter kidnap the lawyer, take him to the desert, and threaten to kill him. It doesn’t take Saul long to find out the identities of the two and agrees to act outside the law to keep Heisenberg and Badger safe outside the prison. That first meeting also makes Saul realize that the two have true potential, as they can cook high-quality meth in a trailer that’s falling to pieces.
Episode 11 shows an extended version of Saul’s kidnapping and what happened behind the scenes after the incident. Saul hired Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) to find out Heisenberg’s true identity and to discover that he is a schoolteacher diagnosed with cancer and has no experience of crime. Mike warns Saul that he should not get involved with an amateur, but Saul senses that Heisenberg has something special. So, against Mike’s council, Saul decides to take a leap of faith and meet Walter at the school he teaches. remains breaking bad history.
Although these scenes don’t add much to the story we already know before seeing breaking badIt’s interesting to revisit that moment after learning all we did about Saul’s past. Just as he came off the streets and became a pro in the criminal game, Heisenberg has the potential to dominate the drug business in Albuquerque — and Saul not only wants a piece of this very lucrative cake, but he also knows that that he could help Heisenberg develop his potential. , last two episodes of better call Saul we should move on breaking bad Sphere connects the original series with the eventual demise of Saul Goodman.
a new type of game
Between short scenes centered on Saul’s meeting with Walter and Jesse, we get to explore the future of the devious lawyer. After the mall heist that he put together, Jean wants to regain his criminal empire, so he decides to contact Francesca Lidy (Tina Parker), his former secretary. after the events of breaking bad, Francesca lived in Albuquerque and now works as a landowner. However, she does not have a peaceful life, as federal agents check her mail, listen to her phone calls, and even follow her. They want to capture Saul, the last major member of Heisenberg’s drug scheme, and believe that Francesca may be the key to making it happen.
Jean gives Francesca some money to persuade her to take the call from a public phone booth. During their brief conversation, Jean learns that Jesse fled to Alaska, as we learned in the spinoff film. el camino, All the criminals under Saul’s job also dispersed after him. breaking bad And there was no one left to help him. In the end, the Fed found every secret account and shell venture Saul created to hide the money. There is nothing for Jean to recover from. However, during the call, Francesca also revealed that Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) reached out after the events of breaking bad To find out if he is fine and whether Saul is alive or not. There we have the information we all wanted: Kim is alive in the meantime breaking bad,
Excited with hope, Jean decides to approach Kim. He calls her at work, but we never hear what they both discuss on the phone. It can’t lead to anything good as Jean is furious after the call, sabotaging the phone booth in his rage. After the call, Jean is also determined to build a new crime empire for herself, so we can assume that Kim still wants to stay as far away from her ex-husband as possible.
After pushing Jeff (Pat Healy) Away In episode 10, Jean approaches the taxi driver and engages him in a new kind of scheme. Jean picks up rich and arrogant men who work in finance and follows them to a bar, where he pretends to be a naive and ignorant couple. Feeding their egos as much as possible, Jean drives these men to get completely intoxicated while he uses a pump hidden in his sleeve to empty his glasses and stay sober. When the men are so drunk they don’t remember much of the evening, Jean takes them to a taxi driven by Jeff.
In the taxi, Jeff offers a bottle of water filled with barbiturates. Once they reach the house, the men are defended by Jeff, who uses duct tape to keep their doors from closing. Then, it’s time for Buddy, Jeff’s friend (max bikelhoup), to move quietly, using your dog as cover to walk the streets at night unnoticed. Buddy uses a camera to take a picture of victims’ IDs, insurance policies, bank account numbers, credit card information and basically anything that can be used to rip them off completely. In the end, the trio sells all these pictures for a lot of money, while the victims won’t even know they were robbed until their bank accounts are emptied several months later.
The new plan goes well enough until Jean finds out that she has terminal cancer at her next mark. Jean feels bad for Lakshya but decides to go ahead with the robbery. However, Buddy doesn’t feel comfortable stealing from the sick person and doesn’t carry out his part of the plan. Jean is furious with Buddy and decides to take matters into his own hands. Jeff takes Jean to Target’s house, outlining how, after more than three hours, the drug’s effect can wear off. Jean still doesn’t want to miss the chance and sneaks into the victim’s house. Roll Credit. Yes, Episode 11 ends with a tragic cliffhanger that will only be resolved next week.
With only two episodes remaining, it is clear that better call Saul Not satisfied with having a prequel and wants to let fans know what will happen to Saul after the events of breaking bad — and from the looks of it, she won’t get a happy ending by Kim’s side.
, new episodes of better call Saul Premieres every Monday on AMC.