Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn reflect on the end of ‘Better Call Saul’


Better Call Saul actors Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live in the wake of the series finale, chatting to guest host Al Franken about ending the show after seven years.

“I always felt like the fans… gave us a chance to create our own little world there with Saul,” said Odenkirk. “And that was really a lot because we came out of Breaking Bad which for many people it’s their favourite show, and so I thought they would just hate us for trying at all. And it wasn’t the case — people gave us a chance and wanted us to succeed, and I looked too old, and they didn’t care.”

Odenkirk then flexed his comedic writing experience by supplying his own interview questions for Franken to ask him, before Seehorn joined them for a more serious reflection on the intimate relationship between their two characters in Better Call Saul. Breaking down her acting process in a scene earlier this season, she noted that Kim wasn’t crying due to anything that had happened in that immediate moment, but for the “Shakespearean tragedy of Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler.”

“The person who tries to maintain composure?” said Seehorn. “When that person cries, it hurts a thousand times more.”

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