The Times podcast: Better call Rhea Seehorn

 A woman with blonde hair in a pale pink hoodie, left, sits on a bed next to a man in a T-shirt who is looking at her.
Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler and Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill in “Better Call Saul.”
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For her role as the ethically flexible attorney Kim Wexler in “Better Call Saul,” Rhea Seehorn is nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series. She joins “The Envelope” host Yvonne Villarreal to delve into the show’s last twists and turns and talk about the scariest day on the set. Seehorn also discusses her efforts to balance gratitude with confidence and shares stories about how her father’s alcoholism shaped her. Read the full transcript here.


Host: Yvonne Villarreal

Guests: Rhea Seehorn

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