Mike takes a methodical approach to his mission; someone questions Chuck's capabilities; Jimmy faces a personal dilemma.

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Mike intercepts one of Salamanca's operations. HHM's court hearing with Mesa Verde goes haywire when Chuck gets the address wrong. After the hearing, Chuck realizes that Jimmy was behind this. On the other hand, Mesa Verde goes back to Kim. Chuck presents his case against his brother to Kim but Kim doesn't want to accept that Jimmy would go this far and she defends him. Chuck is not satisfied and digs deeper into the whole story. However, Jimmy is smart enough to cover his steps. Written by Andreea D

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Crime | Drama

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The bar Mike is shown throwing money away at is the same on where he beat up Walter White in "Thirty-Eight Snub." See more »

Goofs

When the truck swerves after being hit with the nail tube, the tires squeal. Deflated tires do no longer squeal, no matter what you do. See more »

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Jimmy McGill: You want to talk about this?
Kim Wexler: Not now. Not ever.
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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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Good mind to Quit You
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Most pitch perfect so far
12 April 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Better Call Saul deliver us yet another breathtaking episode with drama, misery, and dilemma. The acting performance by Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, and Michael McKean in this episode was fantastic and beautiful. There has been a lot of drama in shows when it comes to brother issues and conflicts, and this one knows how to handle it. It also shows how you can see at life and wonder how far you can go and get what you want, without taking consequences. But what I do love the most is how the show is taking things and matter as realistic as possible to this world as we know it. As far as this show has been going, "Nailed" is so far the best. It's not about action, it's about atmosphere, temper, sense, and pitch. And this is one of the most pitch-perfect of all time. This is such an art that has to be witnessed by everyone. And that cliffhanger... that is how you make a perfect cliffhanger!


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