Better Call Saul season five ended with a rather unexpected finale, well, that’s how it is supposed to be, everytime. Meaning that the creators always use a whole season to build a great story arc for another season, for an instance, season 2 suspensfully ended with Chuck taping his brother and then Chuck meets his fate in the next season. Just like that, the most badass Salamanca was planned to be assassinated in the season 5 finale “Something Unforgivable” but the assassins failed to do so.
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Nacho Varga escapes Lalo, Lalo deals with the assassins successfully, the person who sent the assassins is told that the job is done even though it isn’t. So, what is going to happen now?
Well, there’s a theory to that question regarding the fate of Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Varga. During the first appearance of Lalo Salamanca in Better Call Saul, Nacho went to the restaurant and met him for the first time. There Lalo offered him some food and said “You’re going to die”. So, it is a believable theory that Lalo Salamanca goes after Nacho for betraying him. And after eventually finding out about him, he somehow posions him.
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It has been a history with both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Both have been very literal with their words. So, Lalo might poison Nacho, maybe we could see the use of ricin again which might be a reference to Walt poisoning Lydia. Or maybe Lalo finds out about Nacho poisoning Hector and gives him Ibuprofen overdose forefully. Well, in Breaking Bad, Saul Goodman wasn’t a leading character so his side of story wasn’t completely explored. We never know if Lalo was or wasn’t in contact with him during Breaking Bad.
There has been a strong theory that Lalo Salamanca lived throughout Breaking Bad and Gustavo always lived thinking that Hector was the last Salamanca alive after ‘Salud’. Because his assassins told him the “job” was done in ‘Something Unforgivable’. That Lalo is still alive in the black and white scenes we see in the beginning of every season.
Well, as I say everytime, it’s just a theory and we shouldn’t rely on them completely. Better Call Saul is an unpredictable show. Anything can happen. We will see everything in the sixth and final season of this AMC classic.