This Better Call Saul review contains spoilers.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 8
Maybe last week’s death declaration was a bit premature. “Coushatta” has breathed new life into Jimmy and Kim’s relationship – and the season at large – by being a textbook example of Better Call Saul at its best. Chock-full of witty schemes, layered performances, tense showdowns, and alternating gut-busting and heart-wrenching scenes, “Coushatta” is a distillation of this show’s key components and feels like a real series turning point.
Part of that sea change feeling comes from the episode’s not-so-surprising last-minute guest, Edurado, or “Lalo,” played by Tony Dalton (Sense8). We don’t get a ton of time with Lalo, but already he feels like the charismatic, formidable foe that this season has been missing. Lalo