Wondering what all happened behind the scenes of "Better Call Saul" Season 6? Here's a list of some interesting facts that every "Better Call Saul" fan should know.

Howard's death

Howard (played by Patrick Fabian) was killed by Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) right in front of the series' leading characters, Saul Goodman and Kim Wexler - played by actors Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seahorn, respectively.

However, in a discussion earlier this month, Seahorn revealed that the creators, Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan, kept it a secret from her and Odenkirk. In the script, there was no mention of Howard's sudden death, which left not only fans but also the lead actors in shock.

Jesse Pinkman shares frame with Kim Wexler

While many fans noted on social media that Jesse (played by Aaron Paul) and Kim's meeting was not necessary and it didn't take the story further, Gilligan shared he did that scene just because he love both the characters. The creator called the scene "delightful" to write and direct. Jesse was one of the main characters from the "Breaking Bad" universe and "Better Call Saul" is a prequel to that series.

The famous RV was recreated

In "Breaking Bad," the RV played a huge role in Jesse and Walter White's (played by Bryan Cranston) on-screen career of making meth. Set decorator Ashley Marsh revealed, during an interview, that the team used the same RV in "Better Call Saul" but reworked its interiors. Hence, they had to rewatch "Breaking Bad" again and after taking 8,000 screenshots, they finally recreated the RV.

Jeff's recasting

Fans might have noticed how Jeff's character, which appeared in a brief scene in Season 4 and 5, looks different in the final season. It's because the character was first played by Don Harvey and later, he was replaced by Pat Healy. This was because when Harvey's character was penned, the writers were not sure about the role and he went on to sign another show, "We Own This City." The actor couldn't continue on "Better Call Saul" due to date clashes.

Odenkirk's heart attack

One of the things that left fans and the entire "Better Call Saul" team shocked was when they learned about Odenkirk's heart attack on the sets. The actor was rushed to the hospital immediately and he resumed filming after five weeks.

"Better Call Saul" is available to stream on Netflix and AMC+.

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Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk, pictured here) goes to jail in “Better Call Saul” Season 3, episode 3. Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television