When the first series Better Call Saul commenced, there was excitement and discussion about when the show would merge with Breaking Bad.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have even returned to their Emmy-winning roles in Breaking Bad. In its last season, Better Call Saul has evolved into its own show with its own culture. Like Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul does a fantastic job of establishing a morally murky or downright horrible board.
Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian)
Howard is a fighter and has done some minor things to Saul throughout the season, particularly in the early seasons.
He might not be described as evil. A better description would be a manipulative jerk with a big ego.
Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks)
Mark has given Saul bleakness throughout the series, but Mike has always been the focus of his secondary narrative throughout the season.
Mike is not an evil guy, but a bad guy who lives by his own values. Mike is a loyal man who gets the job done even if he has an immoral job.
Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn)
Kim is the wild card of the show. Is she an admirer of Saul? Or the worst thing that ever happened to him? Throughout the series, Kim has been a Jiminy Cricket to Saul, attempting to smuggle him in a higher direction, but has she ever been as manipulative as Walter White?
Is Kim a key player in shaping the man Saul Goodman, or is Kim a good person? The final half of the series will reveal who both Kim and Saul are, and fans are anticipating it will go down in history as one of the best season finales of all time.
Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk)
Saul or Jimmy, whatever you want to call him, has always been his own worst enemy throughout the show. He is a man who, if given a shovel, wouldn''t try to dig his way out but would somehow dig a deeper ditch to his own death.
Is Saul Goodman a man who deep down does not value himself and is full of insecurities? The second half of the series will reveal if his inner demons make him better or destroy him and all he loves.
Chuck McGill (Michael McKean)
Chuck McGill is an admirable guy because to the fact that he treats his brother Saul is born from a world of extreme evil, but Chuck isn''t that way with everyone. There are other individuals who Chuck supports in life.
Chuck has played the most part in transforming Saul into the man he is in Breaking Bad. Saul loved and cared for his brother, but Chuck only bullied Saul and put him down. Chuck loves to pretend that he is better than Saul, but is Chuck particularly appreciative of Saul deep down?
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz)
Tuco Salamanca is more of a angry, aggressive man than a bad one. For a time, he was Walter and Jesse''s meth distributor.
He loves his family, but doesn''t care about anyone else, and he does not have a problem killing anyone who stands in his way or disrespects his family.
The Twins (Daniel and Luis Moncada)
The twins are similar to a machine. They have zero compassion or empathy, and once they have been hired for a job, they will let nothing stand in their way.
Marco and Leonel Salamanca are more amoral than evil, and are also a real tycoon.
Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis)
Hector is a hateful, abusive man. He is prone to evil because he loves the pain he causes.
He loves certain family members, but is also a man with bitterness in his own right.
Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito)
Gus Fring and Kim Wexler have changed this season. Kim wasn''t in Breaking Bad, so there is no difference between who she will become, but Gus has become closer to who he is in Breaking Bad than Saul has this season.
Gus has become a cold, manipulative man with a tense desire.
Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton)
Lalo Salamanca is the best man in Better Call Saul, and it may even be better than Jack Welker of Breaking Bad. He is a psychopath. He is not motivated by the moment''s pleasure.
Lalo Salamanca is just being who he is when he sets a goal. He doesn''t care who he kills or hurts to achieve it. Because that is who he is, he loves killing and violence. For some reason, his feelings of empathy and compassion have died in him, and there is no sign of returning.