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‘Better Call Saul’ Series Finale Details You May Have Missed

Better Call Saul's last episodes have recently been released, it might possible that you missed some of the important points.

Better Call Saul season 1 episode 1 was released back in 2015 on AMC. However, after almost 14 years and 127 hours of content since viewers were first introduced to the Breaking Bad spinoff series, Better Call Saul’s series finale season was finally released on Netflix. Written and directed by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the crime and legal drama television series are set primarily in the first half of the 2000s in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Breaking Bad prequel series develops Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), an earnest lawyer and former con artist, into an egocentric criminal defence attorney known as Saul Goodman. Also shown is the moral decline of former police officer Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), who becomes a violent fixer for drug traffickers to support his granddaughter and her widowed mother.

The critically acclaimed television series is the greatest television series of all time. While Better Call Saul‘s last episodes have recently been released, it might possible that you missed some of the important points. Check out the Better Call Saul series finale details you may have missed.

Jimmy In Prison
Jimmy’s future in prison was previously teased at the episode’s start. A shot of the mixer at the prison can be seen right after the show’s title appears on the screen.

Jimmy Dialled The Number To Dissapear
In the recently released season, Jimmy held onto Ed Galbraith’s (Robert Forster) Best Quality Vacuum Repair card which he acquired from Dr Caldera, a veterinarian with connections to the criminal underworld. The number on the card is only supposed to be used when someone wants to disappear and start a new life with a new identity. Jimmy previously dialled the same number in Breaking Bad when he needed to flee Albuquerque, New Mexico, and was sent to Nebraska.

Saul References To ‘Breaking Bad’ Prison Murder
Saul tells Marie Schrader and the legal team about the time Walt had 10 people murdered in two minutes in season five, episode eight of Breaking Bad. He even mentions Daniel Wachsberger, the lawyer who represented some of Gustavo Fring’s henchmen.

Stream Better Call Saul finale and Breaking Bad on Netflix now.

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