Early 2021, an Instagram Live session on “Better Call Saul” Instagram account (via YouTube) featured Rhea Seehorn answering some questions on social media about the show and her character, Kim Wexler. One of the questions posed by @ayamandalton was about the most difficult moment while filming the show. Seehorn named several scenes, citing the sandstorm that hit during filming as a factor in making things difficult.
“The physical challenge will be where my car almost rolls into the pump outlet in the desert. And also the scenes with Mr. Acker, played by the excellent Barry Corbin, having really bad sandstorms. bad on both. Freezing cold and sand blades in your eyeballs,” Seehorn said.
The first scene mentioned occurs in the ninth episode of Season 3, titled “Fall” (via IMDb). Her scenes with Corbin were shown in the season 5 episode “The Guy for This” (via IMDb). Corbin plays Everett Acker, a lone man who refuses to sell his home to allow Wexler client Mesa Verde to build a call center. Wexler eventually asked Saul, with whom she is currently in a relationship, to represent Acker against Mesa Verde.
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