Kim’s One Word Description of ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 Will Shoot Your Excitement Through the Roof – Stream First 2 Episodes on Netflix

Published 04/18/2022, 1:30 PM EDT

It is extremely difficult for fans to keep their emotions hidden now that Better Call Saul will be ending with season 6 on Netflix. But it looks like we aren’t the only ones who have a lot to talk about the shows’ last and final season. Actress Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim on the show, had a lot to say about the show. And to be honest, her one-line (word) descriptions of the show have fans on the edge of their seats.

Let us take a look at what she had to say.

Rhea Seehorn on Better Call Saul season 6 Netflix

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Better Call Saul season 5 ended with Kim surprising Jimmy by offering a sleazy plot to settle the Sandpiper litigation, collect a payoff, and sully Howard’s image in the process. So, it is fair to say that Kim is going to be a huge driving force in the last season of the show as well.

While talking about how she’ll describe the last season, Rhea answered just by saying, “Implosion.” Seehorn then goes on to explain how her character, Kim, cannot keep things in place anymore. There is just too much going on.

“Kim’s compartmentalizing was always going to have a reckoning day — and it comes,” she says.

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Rhea is really proud of the shows’ last season, and she feels that the season will leave fans in a surprise and will really catch them unguarded. “It is a breathless, thoughtful, stunning, and shocking season,” she says about the last season of the Breaking Bad spin-off.

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Even though only the first two episodes are available on Netflix right now, while discussing the ending of the show, Rhea says it is like nothing she has ever seen before. She describes the last episode by saying, “found it deeply profound — and very moving.”

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If we combine what Rhea has said with what Aaron Paul said last week about Jesse and Walter’s appearance on the show can be a testament to how great the last season of the hit show is going to be.

Stream the first two episodes of Better Call Saul only on Netflix. And let us know if you feel the last season is going to be great or not?

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Baheen Qadri

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Baheen Qadri is an entertainment writer at Netflix Junkie. Currently, he is pursuing BA in Mass comm Hons from SCMC Pune. He loves binge-watching films and TV series on Netflix.

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