Walt and Jesse have yet another problem to deal with when one of their dealers, Jesse's friend Badger, is arrested by the Albuquerque police. They end up hiring a shady lawyer, Saul Goodman, who has a unique way of ensuring that Badger gets off with a light sentence without having to give away Jesse or Walt's identity. As Walt learns however, it may come at a very high price. Walt's brother-in-law Hank, the DEA Agent, is suffering from post-traumatic stress following the shooting in Juarez. He puts on a brave face but is having trouble just getting out of bed in the morning. Walt has some suggestions for him. Written by
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The crawler text during the Better Call Saul TV commercial reads, 'Not actual clients, paid actors representing testimonials, affidavits on file - ¡Se habla espanol!' See more
In the opening scene, when Badger and the cop are sitting on the Better Call Saul bench, some spooky things happen in the background. Specifically, a man and woman couple walk back and forth, but once they walk to the left twice in a row, and once they mysteriously appear from behind the pillar; and a man with a dog and a bicyclist disappear behind the pillar but never reappear. Also, there are a few cuts when a person walks directly in front of the camera. See more
Better safe than sorry. That's my motto.
Referenced in Talking Saul: Switch
Performed by Calexico
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