Call Saul’s Rhea Sihorn better for a surprise death in tonight’s semi-final –

Spoiler alert: This article contains details tonight Good call Saul 6A concluding.

Exclusive: “I mean, we’ve been together for most of the season and he’s absolutely my big brother.” Good call SaulIts Rhea Sihorn co-star Patrick Fabian says that his Howard Hamlin character ended abruptly in the conclusion of the first part tonight. Breaking bad The last season of the prequel.

“We’re so close and I love her, and that was just the other way around. Oh, well, the show is actually coming to an end,” said the acclaimed actress who portrayed self-destructing lawyer Vince Gilligan and Peter Gold’s self-destructing lawyer Kim Wexler in the series. They’re not going to take this back. It’s happening. “

Kim and perpetual con man Jimmy McGill end up in a humiliating and embarrassing situation after setting a trap of revenge on the arrogant Hamlin, in the episode “Plan and Execution” directed and written by Thomas Schnauz, who almost accidentally shot his HHM partner for being in the wrong place. Done. At the wrong time by bloodless drug lord Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton). For an event that ostensibly prides itself on the push of minorities, tonight’s seventh episode avoids the traditional mid-season Cliffhanger in the sixth and final season of the 13-episode. Among other moves, the episode pivots instead Good call Saul Many people think that this is a sad consequence for Wexler because he spirals into an abyss – or not.

Because we know why the New Mexico-set, led by Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and Giancarlo Esposito, will end with the rise of Walter White, led by co-stars Brian Cranston and Aaron Paul. BB, How BCS A mystery remains gets us. Well, except for those like Seehorn in the inner circle, but they’re not talking.

Emphasizing on how he can keep Saul confidential, a FYC busy Sihorn talks to me about what might or may not happen next, and Fabian’s sudden departure for Season 6A Good call Saul Determining how “sad, annoying, incredibly thoughtful” it would be in the near end, Sihorn generously expressed that he was a fan of his own show and the power of interpretation.

End date: The assassination of Howard towards the end by Lalor was a real shock, where I thought the end of this mid-season was going to go after Kim and Jimmy successfully dragged the scam. What is your view of Howard’s death, from a very close and personal point of view?

Sihorn: I just thought Patrick played it well and it wasn’t easy. Patrick has done such a beautiful job of that very complex journey that his character has to go to this episode and before that যেখানে you know, we were all in that place when you were trying to argue your innocence. For example, I am not addicted to drugs. I’m not. Like everyone else, yes, that’s what drug addicts say.

End date: How did you find out about death?

Sihorn: It wasn’t until we got that script and I listened while reading the script.

End date: Why?

Sihorn: Because I was kind of oh, it’s dangerous. Oh my god This is going to be bad. Oh, my God. Oops. What’s going to happen, and then, it’s written in the same kind of language that you witnessed it as long as it’s a regular sentence and then it cuts, you know, like that pfft and you wait, what. Then he fell and hit her on the head. It’s brutal.

We rehearsed it extensively, as we do on the show, and we’re sorry to hear that because it’s my friend Patrick Fabian, my brother at the moment. So, once you get through it you know you have to do your job. I had to start digging into how Kim would feel at the moment, and she was so in control of things outside of her. He suppresses and divides and that’s all, but you see rightly, this book has an end to how Lalo reacted the last time he came here and how he got on the show and what he does this time.

End date: What was it like to say goodbye to Patrick after working together for so many years?

Sihorn: I was sad

I mean, we’ve been together for most of the season and he’s absolutely my big brother. We are so close and I love him, and it was just the other way around like oh, well, the show is actually ending. Like for real. They’re not going to take this back. It’s happening. That was sad.

Also, when it comes to Patrick, I like to be around him. I like his work. I love his contribution to the show. But, I was thrilled that they gave him so much to do in these last moments because I think he is a great actor and I knew he would not only rise to the occasion but surpass it. So, that’s the part we need to celebrate. It’s okay, if you’ve got to go, at least you’re going to go fashion.

End date: In terms of ceremony, Howard’s death comes as another consequence of Kim and Jimmy’s activities, do they have any real perception of him? The radius of explosion of death and destruction around them?

Sihorn: I mean, what Kim and Jimmy have been pretending all this season is not true – that their actions have no consequences. That they’re not actually harming anyone, and now a person is dying at their feet, and I think it’s an earthquake change that will happen to someone when it goes down. It remains to be seen where Kim will go and what he will do with it. It’s traumatic.

It was painful to think about it and deal with it after playing it, as you say to deal with this kind of violence, it’s blue and out of context, and yet, I’m playing Kim who is intelligent enough and self-conscious enough that I believe that He understands that it is not out of the blue, but it happens very quickly. It’s like how fast you can even process something like that. I think it’s absolutely shocking at first. Yes. It’s too much.

End date: This episode and the final season so far have put a lot of bets on the ground, especially for Kim. You know, there’s always a rumor that it’s going to have a spin off with you because we all want it to have a spin off with you.

Sihorn: Thanks. That’s kind of too. Thanks.

End date: So, I ask you this without any spoilers, what happened to Kim when the Saul show was over?

Sihorn: You know, Peter and Vince have said in public that although they think there are stories, including me, it’s worth continuing to say that they want to get away with this franchise for a beating. So, that’s all I can say about that. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. No one is keeping quiet about anything, but I am also very grateful that they and the fans think that Kim K and Kim K have an elbow.

End date: Of these, with a spinoff or a spinoff, where it all ends, how difficult is it to keep secret Howard’s death and Saul’s policy of better call, what’s going to happen?

Sihorn: Not difficult at all.

End date: Really?

Sihorn: My fianc has no idea what will happen, and since we shot some things and re-shot some and did things like that, she doesn’t even know exactly how long or how many episodes there are. I can keep it completely secret because the big luck of my life is that those who watch this show don’t watch it because I’m in it, which sometimes happens with loved ones. They are huge fans.

Even the person in the grocery store, whenever they are like Oh, My God, Kim. I have to tell you. I can’t even begin to tell them that I can’t say before they want to say, no. Don’t tell me. I do not want to know. I do not want to know. Investing in them, I will not waste that for the world. I wish I could see every single person watching it.

End date: With all the speculation about what would happen to Kim, due to her apparent absence Breaking bad, The U-turn in last week’s episode to return to Albuquerque to revive the scheme against Howard was the key issue for Kim to be completely rooted in his own kind of evil. Massive response, but I’d like to go to the source – who is Kim Wexler in your eyes right now?

Sihorn: That U-turn is predicted by another hint of the division that is going on with it. This partnership that I think is deeply over, and then Francesca congratulates him on their marriage and asks where they are registered, and this beautiful, small moment where Kim never forgot that she fell in love with Jimmy but to celebrate their reunion and Arranged in a more traditional way to walk among the living and become an ordinary person. I’m not sure if Kim ever dreamed of this kind of life.

So, I don’t know if it’s a loss for her but what did she think she wanted to be or do or how she portrayed her life? I’m not going to answer these things because the things I like about the show is that they’re brave enough to keep things open to explain.

End date: How do you mean?

Sihorn: I always agree with Peter when I ask him if you are doing something like a flashback or answering this question or that question? Part of Kim’s fascination, he said, is that she is sometimes unknown and mysterious and that she is as complex as we think she is. He’s all these things we’re thinking and if you answer too many questions you will crash it.

So, that’s why I’m talking in circles because I don’t like to tell people what I’m really thinking. I make very specific decisions when I play his character, but in my opinion, it is someone who at one time divided and suppressed and cared for himself as a super power and it turned out to be a character error because he really believes he can Manage everything.

End date: So, before it ends and there are months left in the world, how do you feel at this time of suspended animation as we wait for the final episodes to begin on July 11th?

Sihorn: In this case, the suspension has a positive effect, which we can get a little sad step by step. Because it didn’t hit us, the cast, that we’re not going back next season because we always do. We take a break, and you have a break, and then broadcast it. So, I don’t think it’s going to start sinking until we see these final episodes unveiled. It was a very tearful farewell for each of us when we put it on our own timeline.

It’s tough and at the same time I had a lot of excitement about critics like you who were with us the whole ride and found the subtext, and the really subtle, hard thing that we were trying to play and keep it going. Journey I think they’re respectful of the kind of intelligent look they’ve written for this season. From here to the end there is nothing cheap about where we will go. It was sad, annoying, incredibly thoughtful.

I’m a fan of the show as well as being in it and you know the writing of these guys. There’s nothing like it, and shooting this season has been very, very challenging because it’s so great.

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