Written by Tatlock and directed by Michelle MacLaren, episode 10 of Better Call Saul's sixth season, Nippy, returns to the post Breaking Bad timeline.
Saul lives as Gene Takovic, a Cinnabon manager in Omaha, Nebraska. After being recognized by taxi driver Jeff, Gene returns the unscrupulous lawyer we all know well: Saul Goodman.
Saul approaches Jeff's mother, Marion, and later offers the taxi driver a chance to get into the game. We saw a full episode set in the post-Breaking Bad timeline, full of references to Jimmy's past, including Walter White in Better Call Saul.
After the breakup of Jimmy and Kim and the time jump to Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad in episode 9, Tatlock talked about episode 10.
Better Call Saul Writer: "Exciting and Surprising"
She explained: "After the emotionally intense finale of episode 9 and the leap forward into Saul's territory, we thought it would be exciting and surprising, and hopefully enjoyable too, to switch gears and take a leap into our future in black and white.
We didn't know for sure it was going to be an event to be included in episode 10, but once we got there, it felt like the right moment. It almost felt like we were starting something new. The soundtrack is different, the cast is a little different and we had never had a completely black and white episode.
There were so many new elements to this episode that it felt right to mix things up now that this is the second half of the final season." Last week's episode saw perhaps the last appearance of Kim Wexler, who renounces the legal profession and separates permanently from Jimmy McGill, triggering his complete transformation into Saul Goodman.
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