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Better Call Kim

The fate of Kim Wexler on AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff preoccupies fans. As played by Rhea Seehorn, she’s the character they fear for most. A ‘volcanic’ Season 4 could just do them in

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HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT “She’s slippery and complicated”, says Seehorn of Wexler, “because she does a lot of things on the surface that are about preserving the interior.”
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GAME FACE Nick Offerman hosts NBC’s crafty competition show, Making It.
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RHEA SEEHORN HAS JUST TWO LINES OF dialogue in the pilot of Better Call Saul. In her first scene, she’s seated at a conference table at Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill, or HHM, the Albuquerque, New Mexico, law firm where she works. Jimmy McGill, who will become Breaking Bad’s slippery lawyer Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk), has barged into a meeting with his usual comic bravado—arms raised, quoting Ned Beatty in Network: “You have meddled with the primal forces of nature, and I won’t have it!”

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