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Better Call Saul’s Big Season 6 Death Makes Mike’s Backstory More Tragic

Mike is real You’d better call Saul Tragedy is like history repeating itself.Since the couple started dating Season 1, You’d better call Saul Deliberately cultivate the belief that if Mike can help Nacho get out of the cartel and start a peaceful, legal life elsewhere, he will eventually put Marty at ease.The shattering of this expectation You’d better call Saul Season 6’s “Rock and Hard” was even more disturbing. Like the crowd, Mike insisted that he could protect Nacho in a way he couldn’t with Marty. But that hope was dashed when Nacho put a bullet through his head and was hit twice as hard because Mike had been through this pain before. Mike Ehrmantraut must take responsibility again. Although Nacho was already working for the cartel when they met, Mike’s faithful service to Gus Flynn contributed to the young man’s fate.

Fortunately, it wasn’t all bad news for Mike.as much as nachos You’d better call Saul The death of season 6 magnifies the tragedy of Marty’s fate and reinforces the triumph of Jesse Pinkman’s survival. After losing Marty and Nacho, this is the third time Mike has accepted Jesse as another surrogate son. break down† Mike didn’t live to see Jesse’s miraculous escape, but route, he Pinkman talks about fleeing to Alaska. By the end of the film, Jesse has achieved a dream he and Mike once missed.There’s a dark and poignant poetic about how Mike lost a son so early You’d better call Saula son in You’d better call Sauldie at break downHe was later survived by another son-like figure route

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Better Call Saul’s Big Season 6 Death Makes Mike’s Backstory More Tragic

Mike’s real Better Call Saul tragedy is how history repeats itself. Since the pair began associating in season 1, Better Call Saul has deliberately cultivated a belief that if Mike could just help Nacho leave the cartel behind and start a quiet, legit life elsewhere, he’d have finally laid Matty’s ghost to rest. Bursting that expectation makes the events of Better Call Saul season 6’s “Rock & Hard Place” all the more upsetting. Like audiences, Mike held onto the hope he could protect Nacho in a way he couldn’t with Matty. But as Nacho puts a bullet through his own brain, those hopes come crashing down – hitting twice as hard because Mike has felt this pain before. Once again, Mike Ehrmantraut must accept his share of the blame. Though Nacho was already working for the cartel when they met, Mike’s loyal service to Gus Fring has contributed to the young man’s fatal predicament.
Mercifully, it’s not all bad news for Mike. As much as Nacho’s Better Call Saul season 6 death amplifies the tragedy of Matty’s fate, it also amplifies the triumph of Jesse Pinkman’s survival. After losing Matty and Nacho, it’s third time lucky when Mike takes on Jesse as another surrogate son figure in Breaking Bad. Mike doesn’t survive long enough to witness Jesse’s miraculous escape, but in El Camino, he and Pinkman discuss escaping to Alaska. By the movie’s end, Jesse has honored the dream he and Mike once got wistful over. There’s a dark but poignant poetry in how Mike loses one son before Better Call Saul, one son during Better Call Saul, dies himself in Breaking Bad, then is survived by another son-like figure in El Camino.
Better Call Saul continues Monday on AMC.

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