There's one reviewer of Episode 1 who was very disappointed, he expected a lot more. I understand. The desire for instant gratification is almost ubiquitous and generally, those with this affliction don't get subtlety and the concept of laying a foundation. To be fair though, Season 2 of Better Call Saul needs to develop a plot, and quickly, but I've got faith in the people involved to do this and in any case, this episode was superior to 90 per cent of what's currently out there. The production values are excellent and the performances are good. But for those who don't get subtlety and wish for instant results, you've always got your fall-back of the Food Network where outcomes and winners and losers happen between every ad break and subtlety doesn't exist. Bring on Episode 2!