Better Call Saul (2015– )
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Jimmy makes a bold move against Hamlin in an effort to attract potential clients.


Colin Bucksey


Vince Gilligan (created by), Peter Gould (created by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Odenkirk ... Jimmy McGill
Jonathan Banks ... Mike Ehrmantraut
Rhea Seehorn ... Kim Wexler
Patrick Fabian ... Howard Hamlin
Michael Mando ... Nacho Varga
Michael McKean ... Chuck McGill
Julie Ann Emery ... Betsy Kettleman
Jeremy Shamos ... Craig Kettleman
Mel Rodriguez ... Marco
Eileen Fogarty ... Mrs. Nguyen
Kevin Weisman ... Stevie
Dawnn Lewis ... Judge
Josh Fadem ... Camera Guy
Dorian Missick ... Detective #1
Paul Geoffrey ... Tailor


The Kettlemans and Jimmy come to an agreement on how they should proceed. Nacho is released but doesn't believe Jimmy's story. Meanwhile Jimmy is fed up with his brother's law partner, Howard Hamlin, and sets out to disrupt him as much as possible. Jimmy starts dressing like him and puts up a huge billboard which drives Hamlin to the edge. After being ordered by an arbitrator to take down the billboard and while filming his plea for fairness, Jimmy apparently saves a worker working on the billboard and he's soon hailed as a hero on local news outlets. Nothing is as it seems however but it leads to new clients. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama


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Did You Know?


Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) looks at an orange shirt when at the tailor's store. In Breaking Bad (2008) he was often seen wearing bright-coloured shirts like this one. See more »


In the beginning, when they discover the dead guy. Before Jimmy pokes him with the stick, the dead guy's body changes positions, most notably his head. See more »


Stevie: Hey Bro, I never did catch your name.
Jimmy McGill: Saul.
Stevie: Saul?
Jimmy McGill: "S'all good, man." Get it?
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References Duck Soup (1933) See more »


Tropical December
Performed by Steve Rice
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User Reviews

Saul Goes Aggressive
27 April 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is such fun because McGill is a great character. For all his bluster, he is quite down to earth. He sees the utter stupidity of the world he lives in. In Episode 4, he takes his ill gotten gain and starts to make himself respectable and in the face of his sworn enemies. He also is able to toughen up and stand in the face of Nacho and the boys. There is always that moment when one has to accept the danger and go ahead. There is a scene in front of a billboard that McGill has leased that is hilarious. He shows his mastery of manipulation as he lays a foundation for the future. Knowing these writers, something is on its way. This episode has some incredibly hilarious moments, but I can't help but think that things will get darker.

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Release Date:

23 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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