Kim resolves to take some time off from work, while Jimmy does his best to make amends; Nacho takes a major gamble with his future; Hamlin applies pressure on Chuck to finally make a decision.

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Kim resolves to take some time off from work, while Jimmy does his best to make amends; Nacho takes a major gamble with his future; Hamlin applies pressure on Chuck to finally make a decision.

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First time in the Better Call Saul series where Jimmy and Chuck McGill are seen as young kids in a flashback. See more »

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Kim is seen in a Blockbuster picking out videos. One title we see is Big Fish (2003). This scene takes place in early 2003 and this film was released in theaters December 2003. It wasn't released on video format until the following year. See more »

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Jimmy McGill: SPOILER:
[last scene together in the third season]
Jimmy McGill: Something happened, and it made me think about what went down between you and me and... I wanted to say, in hindsight, I could've made different choices.
Chuck McGill: Is that so?
Jimmy McGill: Yeah. I mean, I'm not saying it's all on me. It's not. But if I had to do it all over again, I would maybe do some things differently. And I just thought you should know that.
Chuck McGill: That you have regrets?
Jimmy McGill: Yeah. I have regrets.
Chuck McGill: Hmm. Why?
Jimmy McGill: 'Cause you're my brother. There aren't that many of ...
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References To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) See more »

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Steal Away
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21 June 2017 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

The problem with BSC is that they drag out stories to the extreme in a very very very slow pace. Chuck is an good character but his story is just not very interesting yet half of the show is about chuck. The Saul Goodman name has dropped once and not in the way we want it.

Im a Gus fan but the guy had so little screen time i feel its a waste of talent, same with Hector and nacho. These guys are spot on. Every second these guys are on i feel very intrigued.

It feels like I'm watching 2 shows and one of them shouldn't be on TV. Sorry but they dropped the ball hard on Saul..


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