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Biggest
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Questions In
Better Call Saul
Season 6
By NATE D'AGOSTINO
Nacho’s father, Manuel, played a pivotal role in his final episodes and is the epitome of good in a series full of morally grey characters — so, what was his fate? The last we saw, Mike paid him a visit to let him know that his son died a good man, and at least now he’ll be safe from the cartel without Nacho around.
Nacho’s Father
In Breaking Bad, Saul tells Walt, "If I'm lucky, a month from now, best-case scenario, I'm managing a Cinnabon in Omaha." This line served as a set-up for the prequel series as Saul hides out in Nebraska, or could it be Saul chose the location hoping to be reunited with Kim who is actually from the Midwestern city?
Nebraska
A small detail from the Season 6 premiere reveals that Saul eventually acquires Dr. Caldera's little black book full of criminal contacts. This detail raises so many questions like how did Saul convince the shady veterinarian to give him the book or how did he decipher the secret code?
Vet’s Black Book
Lalo Salamanca documents his final days on a video camera, including his discovery of Gus' secret meth lab below the laundromat, but what happens to the camera? It’s likely that Gus wouldn't let something like video evidence linking him directly to the cartel and an illegal meth lab continue to exist.
Lalo’s Tape
The Sandpiper case is the springboard for launching Jimmy into his full-blown Saul persona, which begs the question, how many millions did Saul end up making off the case? Judging by his golden commode in Season 6's cold open, it had to have been a hefty chunk of change.
Sandpiper