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Confusing
Moments In
Better Call Saul
Explained
By BLAISE SANTI
Some viewers may question why Jimmy changes his mind and finally accepts the offer to join Davis & Main. However, the answer lies in him flicking a switch with a warning label that reads "Always Leave On! Never Turn Off!" in his new office: illustrating that he believes he can be himself and make Kim happy at the same time.
Davis & Main
Daniel Wormald, aka Pryce, is a recurring character in the early seasons, but after his last appearance in Season 3 he is never seen again, so where exactly did he go? In Season 6, Gene mentions ‘Danny,’ an unseen character in "Breaking Bad" who runs a laser tag business, ‘Danny’ is Pryce as confirmed by "Better Call Saul" writer-producer Thomas Schnauz.
Where did Pryce go?
Season 3 features the return of Gus Fring, along with the origin of his relationship with Mike Ehrmantraut, who’s reluctant to work with Gus, so why does he change his mind? As Mike explains in the show’s finale he needs to launder the money he stole from Hector so that he can leave it behind for his family, and his continued employment with Gus secured the future of his family.
Mike’s Decision
After Chuck’s death, Jimmy seems to quickly move on from the matter, leading some viewers to wonder if he ever really cared for his brother at all. However, in the series finale, we see Jimmy express sincere guilt over his actions leading to Chuck’s death, something he may never forgive himself for.
Jimmy & Chuck
Though Kim initially has a positive relationship with Mesa Verde Bank, things become a bit confusing when it devolves into a series of cons once the bank tries to evict Everett Acker. While it may seem strange for Kim to sabotage one of her biggest clients, in the end, her impetus for doing so is due to her empathy for Everett, admitting that she never had a home herself.
Conning Mesa Verde