Rhea Seehorn on What She’s Learned About Being a Good Person From Better Call Saul


There’s a big difference between what’s legal and what’s ethical, and that gap is where Kim Wexler lives. “People practicing law often encounter great difficulties when they realize they are not arguing about who the better person is,” says Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim on Better Call Saul. “That is definitely a struggle that Kim has been on in a while.” Seehorn stopped by the Vulture Emmys lounge to discuss Kim’s moral waffling, and how that struggle has come into her own life. “I do look at my own behavior,” she said. “I’ve learned to at least examine that a little bit from Kim.”

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Better Call Saul’s Rhea Seehorn Explains Legal vs. Ethical