Better Call Saul Casting Trick Makes Kim’s Mom Flashbacks Even Better
Here's how the perfect cast brings a whole new meaning to Kim Wexler's Better Call Saul Season 6 flashback.
Her name may not be written above the door, but Kim of Rhea Seehorn has become as important to Better Call Saul as Saul Goodman himself.
Prequel to Breaking Bad gradually removed Kim's layers, but checked her past only once - Better Call Saul Season 5
Better Call Saul Season 6 deals with Kim's past with "Ax & Grind." Young Kim takes place in season 5 flashback and is caught stealing from a shop by a thief.
Kim's mother was really proud of her son's daring theft, then she let herself be heard that she had worn the earrings her son had previously caught stealing.
Season 6 of Better Call Saul's flashback series shockingly proves that Kim's crime series began before she
met Jimmy McGill and by pulling out the current scam.
The purpose of trying the 6th series of the 1980s was to turn the script around and find out that Kim is following in her mother's footsteps.
This revolutionary turnaround is even more effective due to the physical similarity of the characters to Beth Hoyt's ability to pass Rheu Seehorn