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Episode 3 of season 6 of ‘Better Call Saul,’ entitled ‘Rock and Hard Place,’ is dedicated exclusively to one character: Ignacio “Nacho” Varga (Michael Mando). As his remarkable fall journey and subsequent rescue attempt end in dedication, he leaves a lasting impression on the audience’s minds. Along with Lalo, Nacho is the only character Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) mentions after the capture of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in season 2, episode 8 of ‘Breaking Bad’ (also titled ‘Better Call Saul’).

The character was mentioned as he passed through what seemed to be a discarded line, at least at the time. But since the first episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ Nacho has been instrumental in the unquestionable narrative that the best series ever created. You’ve got it if you’re wondering why Nacho committed suicide in season 6, episode 3.

Why Did Nacho Commit Suicide?

Like many other characters in ‘Better Call Saul,’ Nacho has an arduous journey through the series. In the driver’s seat, he was introduced as one of the subordinates of Tuco Salamanca. However, unlike his unstable and ruthless boss, Nacho has a high intelligence level. He later works under Tuco’s uncle Hector and eventually Lalo.

Gus Fring points out that Nacho is responsible for Hector’s current situation and makes him his report among the Salamanca levels. In episode 5, Lalo takes Nacho to his home in Chihuahua, Mexico, and introduces him to Don Eladio Fuente. One night, under Fring’s orders, Nacho opens the doors of Lalo’s house to the soldiers. After that, he keeps running, which is how the fifth season ends.

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