Better Call Saul Theory: it is said that Kim’s Middle name ends Jimmy’s marriage

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Better Call Saul Theory- it is said that Kim’s Middle name ends Jimmy’s marriage

The fifth season of Better Call Saul and the episode seven saw that the character Kim and Jimmy getting married, but then a line about her middle name could already hint at things ending. Since the death of Chuck in the series season three, the relationship between Jimmy and Kim has been at the very heart of the Better Call Saul.

Like with the character Chuck, however, it is one of the fans generally expecting to end it in a disaster, since Kim never appears in the Breaking Bad series, then not even receiving so much as a mention.

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With Jimmy and Kim now both married to each other, yet Better Call Saul set to end with their sixth season. That also makes ultimately happens between the pair even more intriguing to think about all the things. Something very major will undoubtedly go down the between now and the end of the series, and now it is really a matter of finding out why as to the absence of Kim’s absence in the series Breaking Bad.

The events of better Call Saul season five and the episode seven  ‘JMM’ might help some offer clues.

Better Call Saul Theory it is said that Kim’s Middle name ends Jimmy’s marriage

The episode not only sees Kim and Jimmy’s weeding marriage complete with Huell as the main witness, naturally but the character Saul Goodman get dragged even more further into the criminal underworld, who would be working for Lalo as his main lawyer, and also ready to be made a ‘friend of the cartel’. These threads are all being carefully stitched together by Vince and Peter Gould and it is possible even likely that when Kim part of Jimmy’s life is interwoven with the Lalo part.

At the beginning for the Better Call Saul episode seven season five, just as the lovers are beginning to exchange their vows , then there comes a very pointed moment concerning Kim’s name. The judge begins by saying the vows as normal, ‘Do you James Morgan McGill take Kimberly Welex,’ and then he pauses to remark: Hmm no middle name.