Better Call Saul season 6 episode 9 “Fun and Games” was destined to be a classic even before the circumstances were fully developed. We were also aware that it would make us emotionally unstable. The majority of Better Call Saul season 6 episode 9 was spent with the characters dealing with the fallout from what transpired the previous week, albeit in very different ways. Consider the time Gus and the Salamancas negotiated a semblance of a peace pact before Gus indulged in some high-end wine. In the meantime, Mike Ehrmantraut visited Nacho’s father and made an unsuccessful attempt to comfort him on Nacho’s death.
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It’s also been a big night for Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) The first is Kim’s choice to end her marriage and career as a lawyer. her reasoning? She and Jimmy are dangerous to themselves and others while they’re together. Following the death of Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) and the near-necessity of Kim’s own assassination, Kim made the decision to end both her legal career and her relationship with Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) as a way of making amends. Jimmy was never going to freely give up on his ambitions for the two of them, so she had to be the adult in the room.
Then Jimmy and Kim came up. It was painful to see the two of them together at Howard’s burial, and we believe that Kim lied to Cheryl about seeing Howard using narcotics in his office. In his speech, Jimmy expressed his desire for the day when they would be able to look back on what had happened. The problem was that Kim was unable to forget. She understood that was simply impossible.
“You questioned if I should avoid you. Not at all. We are not good for one another. Kim told Jimmy that after leaving the bar and beginning to pack her belongings. She informed him that she knew Lalo was alive after he freaked out. She made a note of her talk with Mike and that was it. He was all-knowing.
Kim prepared her belongings and left. Is it permanent? The riddles are currently located in the area. She is still alive, but the narrative then fast-forwarded to Saul in his prime, accomplishing more than ever before. Yes, Kim’s departure is a major trauma.
For the time being, let’s concentrate on a related question: What would Mike think? In the wake of Howard’s murder, Kim has been given the assignment to provide an Academy Award-worthy performance in the real-life documentary “Nothing to See Here.” She has since quit both Jimmy and her job.