Better Call Saul Season 2 had left things with a cliff-hanger where Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) and Chuck (Michael McKean) fight over the Mesa Verde lawsuit. The fans have been wondering how things will turn out in Better Call Saul Season 3 and Rhea Seahorn, who plays the role of Kim Waxler in the series has shed some light on the possible outcome.
Rhea Seahorn has revealed some things that are in store for her character. According to iDigital Times, Seahorn doesn’t know what it is going to take place in the future episodes since the writers haven’t revealed the whole story as now. However, she has made some of her assumptions and didn’t shy away from revealing them.
Concerning Chuck and Jimmy, Seahorn informed that good, and bad are not always legal and illegal respectively. She said that all the characters in the series are constantly trying to deal with the black and grey areas of their selves and trying to find the grey area in between. Chuck forces Jimmy to confess about his manipulation in Season 2 and now has the upper hand where he can blackmail Jimmy.
According to Los Angeles Times, McKean spoke about his character in the upcoming season of Breaking Bad. He said that Chuck is a person who lives in duplicity, and this trait of his has been made very evident all throughout the series. However, at the centre of all his action is the basic knowledge that while he could always make his mother happy, Jimmy was the one who could make her laugh.
Chuck has always been jealous of Jimmy and now with the evidence of his fraud in his hands; there is a high chance that Chuck is going to use it to make Jimmy’s life difficult and even try and ruin things for Jimmy by using his familial concerns.
With Chuck against Jimmy and in a position where he can put his younger brother into a lot of problems, Jimmy will need all the help that he can gather. This is where Kim Waxler will play a major role. The character, as the viewers have noticed, has become more and more confident in every season, and in Season 3 she is likely to play a crucial role.
Better Call Saul Season 3 might deal with incidents that are connected to the Breaking Bad days or go back and even forward. The viewers have seen how the incidents of the second season take the viewers to the flashbacks and the prequels of the Breaking Bad episodes.
Seahorn has said that while the third season of Better Call Saul is going to pick up exactly where the second season had dropped off, it might not continue in that fashion for the whole season.
This statement by Rhea Seahorn seems to echo Bryan Cranston’s comment that there might be a possibility of seeing Walter White making an appearance in Better Call Saul Season 3.
According to Design & Trend, the character of Kim Waxler has an interesting trajectory in Better Call Saul Season 3. She initially doesn’t approve of the scheming tendency of her boyfriend, Jimmy, but then she realizes at the end of the second season that she is also pretty crafted in it. She will continue testing waters in Season 3 and explore more of that side of hers.