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'Better Call Saul': Aaron Paul Jesse Pinkman wasn't the only surprise character in last night's episode of 'Breaking Bad'

This post contains spoilers for Better Call Saul Season 6, Episode 12. Please proceed with caution.

 Better Call Saul cameos continue.

So far Better Call Saul's intense final season saw Carol Burnett as cab driver Jeff's mother Marion,Jim O'Hare as Frank Cinnabon-eating shopping playing his maul. Security guards, Devin Rattray of Home Aloneand Kevin Sussman Kevin Sussman of Big Bang Theory are two of Gene's marks, Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron PaulIn the penultimate episode of the prequel, as Paul returns, his character Jesse Pinkman is replaced by Kim Wexler ( I was able to share a glorious scene with Lea Seehorn. But Jesse wasn't the only character in the surprise Breaking Bad in Episode 12 of Season 6, "Waterworks."

 Take a look at his two other unexpected Breaking Bad cameos in the penultimate episode of Better Call Saul. let's One of Walt's former colleagues, played by Holly Rice.

Jon Koyama as Emilio Koyama 

Before Jessie and Kim's ambitious crossover scene, Kim played Saul Goodman's Visit her office and sign her divorce papers. As Francesca escorts her, a clearly crushed Saul freezes her Kim after she signs and acts like her grade-A jerk. Before Kim left the office, Francesca could be heard calling out the name of her next client: Emilio Koyama. I ask.

Breaking Badfans will notice Emilio in his first two episodes of Season 1, "Pilot" and "Cats in the Bag..." . He is Jesse's longtime friend and cousin to drug dealer and eventual her DEA informant Domingo Molina (Maximino Arciniega), aka Crazy-8. Before Jesse got involved with Walt, he and Emilio made meth together. Emilio played a key role in his partnership with Walt. Emilio was also Walt's first murder, but before that he sought legal defense for Saul Goodman.

John Koyama as Emilio Koyama in 'Better Call Saul'
Photo: AMC

Better Call Saul In Season 6, Episode 12, Jesse calls Kim A lawyer who defended his friend Combo. The two began talking and he asked her if Saul was real, explaining that his friend Emilio was facing serious times and needed "first-class legal representation." TV She finds out about Saul in a commercial, but Jessie has some concerns. Before Kim runs away, she says he was a good lawyer when she found out about Seoul. 65} Has appeared in many other TV series and filmsHe is a famous stuntman and stunt coordinator, The Boys and Preacher From series such as to  Twilight and Pirates of the Caribbean films.

Holly Rice as Kim Wexler's bus companion

His penultimate episode of Better Call Saul. After confessing to Howard's wife, Kim goes home and grabs the shuttle to the airport. A wide-angle shot shows her sitting next to a woman with short hair, but that doesn't stop Kim from having a huge emotional breakdown on the bus. As Kim sobs alone in the frame, we see her shuttlemate's hand reach out and pat her arm to give her comfort. It's a lightning-quick cameo, but that same woman was also in Breaking Bad's Season 3 premiere, "No Más."

This episode shows an emotional high school rally in the wake of the tragic Wayfarer plane crash. The bleachers are filled with distraught students, and Walt and his fellow teachers and staff stand in the center of the gymnasium. The camera frames him and his co-workers as Walt takes the microphone and delivers a voiceless speech about why he should look for silver lining in plane crashes. This colleague never speaks, but it's clear she knows Walt and Better She Calls She's the same woman next to Kim in Saul. This may seem  strange, but since that woman is Holly Rice, co-creator Vince Gilligan's longtime partner, Fully verified.

On his August 8 episode of Talking Saul, Gilligan said in that scene how excited he was to have "my sweet Holly" sit next to Seahorn. I told you what I was doing. But Rice's Givers fame extends beyond Breaking Her Bad and Better Call SaultoEl Camino. Avid fans have noticed a subtle reference to Rice in the name of a street near Todd's apartment. , explains that "Arroz" translates to "Rice" in Spanish. See you soon, Gilligan. let's meet.