Bob Odenkirk says that “about one in nine people” on the Internet correctly guessed the ending of the 6th season of the series “Better call Saul.” finally returned to AMC this April for its sixth and final season. The premiere of the film “Better Call Saul”, which premiered in 2015, primarily follows Jimmy McGill from Odenkirk, who turns from a serious public defender into an unscrupulous criminal defense lawyer, whom viewers meet in the second season of the TV series “Breaking Bad”.
The sixth season of “Better Call Saul” put an end to many beloved new characters, including Nacho Varga (Michael Mando), Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) and Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton). Episode 9 “Fun and Games” also marked the death of Jimmy McGill as fans knew him. Tormented by guilt over her role in Howard’s death, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seahorn) finally decides to leave her husband, breaking Jimmy’s heart and stimulating his transformation into Saul Goodman. Season 6 has now moved completely to Gene Takovich’s black-and-white timeline with random flashbacks to the Breaking Bad era starring Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). As much remains to be decided, the devoted online fan base “Better Call Saul” is hotly speculating about how the show will end.
During a recent appearance on The Today Show, Odenkirk was looking forward to the final episodes of the series “Better Call Saul.” Asked how the show would end, Odenkirk said he reads fan theories online, and according to his oddly specific assessment, “about one out of every nine people” got the ending of “Better Call Saul” “absolutely right.” Read his full comment below:
You know, I read the comments and I can say that one out of every nine people understands this absolutely correctly, but I’m not going to say which one.
Odenkirk says that only one in nine people, which is about 11 percent, guessed the ending, suggests that the more obscure fan theory is true, but still common enough for him to notice it. This seems to rule out theories that Jimmy will go to jail or reunite with Kim. A more unusual, but no less plausible theory predicts that Marion Carol Burnett, newly armed with Internet access capabilities, will find evidence of Gene’s past life in Albuquerque as Saul Goodman, causing him to disappear again and, in fact, live the rest of his days in fear of being recognized.
In recent episodes, Jin is moving further and further along a dark path that would seem to exclude the possibility of a happy ending for everyone’s beloved Cinnabon manager and fraudster. According to Odenkirk, whatever finale “Better Call Saul” has prepared, it seems to have already been correctly guessed and is currently walking all over the Internet. However, it’s still almost impossible to narrow it down and find out for sure.