Warning: There are spoilers ahead for Monday's episode of "Better Call Saul."
Insider breaks down small moments and "Breaking Bad" nods you may have missed on Monday's episode.
A minor "Breaking Bad" character shows up on the shuttle next to Kim.
Kim's new attire is supposed to look drained because it's a representation of who she is now.
When we see Kim again, six years later on Monday's episode, she's living in Florida with a completely new job and looking like a shell of her former self.
"It was like getting a new character completely," costume designer Jennifer Bryan said on the "Better Call Saul Insider" podcast. "Everything was drained out of her."
Bryan said she had many conversations with cocreators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan about how to get that feeling into Kim's wardrobe.
If you were surprised that Monday's episode became heavily focused on Kim, you shouldn't have been.
Her silhouette was seen in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment foreshadowing her return to Albuquerque later in the episode.
Eagle-eyed fans may have also noticed that the shot of Kim was a replica of one of Walter White from "Breaking Bad."
It's the same exact shot of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) on season two, episode nine of "Breaking Bad" before he went off for a weekend in the desert with his student, Jesse, to cook meth.
Kim no longer wears the earrings her mother stole for her as a child.
At the start of episode six of this season, we learn that teenage Kim attempted to shoplift a pair of earrings and a matching necklace. It was a shocking reveal that appeared to go against everything we knew about the usually moral attorney.
After scolding Kim, her mother reveals she swiped the shoplifted items for her daughter. Kim had worn that jewelry since the show's first season. When Kim started to "break bad" on the show's final season, viewers learned that this behavior isn't coming from nowhere.
Seeing that Kim no longer wears those earrings suggests that she's truly done with any sort of scheming.
Kim sees a young attorney who reminds her of herself. She even has a curled ponytail that resembles the way Kim used to wear her hair in court.
When Kim visits the courthouse on Monday's episode to fill out an affidavit, she briefly turns to look at a young attorney who is helping to tie the tie of her client as she gives him advice before his hearing.
The young woman likely reminded Kim of herself and all the dreams she had of helping others.
The scene looks like one of a number of moments from Kim's time on former seasons where she advised clients and helped to make sure they looked presentable before representing them in court.
When Kim goes to the courthouse, the camera slowly pans to an empty ticket booth.
That's where Mike (Jonathan Banks) used to work. He was killed at the end of "Breaking Bad." Monday's episode takes place after the events of the AMC series.
The ticket booth is now automated.
Walter White's former colleague, Holly, is briefly seen on the shuttle with Kim.
The Hollywood Reporter's Brian Davids pointed out this really impressive Easter egg that co-creator Peter Gould confirmed on Twitter.
Holly even winds up comforting Kim as she starts to break down.
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