Kim Wexler made a choice at the end of Season 5, and now she’ll have to pay for it. But the question is, how? What will happen to Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul Season 6?
In the final episode of Better Call Saul Season 5, which was titled as “Something Unforgivable”, many unforgivable things happened for various characters. The villain turned victim Nacho Varga played part in Gus Fring’s conspiracy against Lalo Salamanca. But as we saw, Lalo escaped alive, and now he’ll not forgive Nacho.
Amid the threat of Lalo, Jimmy McGill aka Saul Goodman and Kim Wexler took their long-halted breath of relief, as they thought Lalo must have got killed. However, aside from the final episode, both Jimmy and Kim did many things unforgivable.
- 3 Things that might happen to Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul Season 6.
- Kim Wexler will probably die in Better Call Saul Season 6.
- Ending Up in the Court as a criminal.
- Kim might part ways from Saul Goodman.
However, Jimmy is the miracle man, he always knows his way out, thus, our concern lies with Kim. We are wondering what might happen to Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul Season 6.
3 Things that might happen to Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul Season 6.
Better Call Saul is pacing towards its final season, and things are falling apart or concluding pretty quickly. However, instead of complete closure, we might have some intentionally loose threads at the end of the show, as it’s supposed to have a connected storyline to its spin-off Breaking Bad.
However, one character we will see getting a complete closure will be Kim Wexler, love interest and a kind of law partner of Jimmy McGill, in the Season 6. Why? Because Kim Wexler has no presence whatsoever in Breaking Bad, thus, it means the story will be done with her character in Season 6. Still, we are wondering what might happen to Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul Season 6?
Kim Wexler will probably die in Better Call Saul Season 6.
The fact that a character as important as Kim in Better Call Saul had no presence, not even a reference, in Breaking Bad raises some doubts about her survivability. Kim Wexler, played by Rhea Seehorn, has half willingly entered the world of Saul Goodman.
She didn’t exactly know the consequences, though she sensed the danger, it was either her love for Jimmy or her secret pleasure that pulled her into the world of crime and cartel. At the end of Season 5, Kim had an ugly encounter with Lalo Salamanca while trying to save Jimmy, played by Bob Odenkirk.
This puts her on the top list of the characters having a low survivability rate in the final season. Thus, we think that Kim Wexler might die in Better Call Saul Season 6.
Ending Up in the Court as a criminal.
The word “Criminal” would have been too wild a word to attach with Kim one Season ago. But the way her character has shifted tone in the Season 5 of Better Call Saul, you might expect her to end up in the court as a criminal by Season 6. Kim played the law and altered the pieces of evidence to save Huel. She went against her own client Mesa Verde and went too far away in trying to make them lose.
She begins pushing her limits when she tries to force Jimmy in destroying Howard, her former boss, for some unexpected pleasure of her own. Season 6 might see Kim going behind Howard to destroy him, and it tries to do that, she might go too wild to end up in court as a criminal. Also, she’s now connected to the cartel. Thus, there seems no way out.
Kim might part ways from Saul Goodman.
Before Season 5, we have always known Kim as the noblest, and the one who can neither do wrong and nor stand Jimmy when he commits something wrong. What happened to her character in Season 5 might purely be due to her love for Jimmy. As Chuck used to say, Jimmy has the power to draw in whoever is around him.
Kim may get redeemed to her morals and her sense of justice. And she might decide to part ways professionally and personally with Saul by the end of Better Call Saul Season 6. And that’s probably why we never heard of Kim in Breaking Bad.