Better Call Saul (2015– )
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Jimmy decides to quit the law after turning down a job at Davis & Main. Mike breaks ties with a former associate.

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... Jimmy McGill
... Mike Ehrmantraut
... Kim Wexler
... Howard Hamlin
... Nacho Varga
... Chuck McGill (credit only)
... Clifford Main
... Daniel 'Pryce' Wormald
... Ken Wins
Stoney Westmoreland ... Officer Saxton
... Erin Brill
... Omar
... Mrs. Nguyen
... Officer Baker
... Waiter
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Jimmy refuses HHM's offer as he is keen on giving up being a lawyer. Jimmy shows Kim his talents while approaching and tricking a guy in a bar. Kim says yes to the ride and ends up spending the night with Jimmy. Finally, Jimmy travels to Santa Fe to accept his new job for Davis & Main. Written by Andreea D

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Crime | Drama

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Trivia

At Davis and Main, Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) observed and remarked about a painting hanging in his office depicting a slipping man. possible referring to "Slipping Jimmy" See more »

Goofs

Though set in 2002, the plastic bag that Jimmy has his cell phone in while in the pool is a Ziplock bag with "Easy-Open Tabs," which did not hit the market until 2015. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Jimmy McGill: [settling into his new office] Hey, do you think, um I'm just looking at this. D-Do we get a choice of desks?
Omar: What were you thinking?
Jimmy McGill: Um, is it possible, um Can we do cocobolo?
Omar: Cocobolo desk? Absolutely. I'll get right on that...
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References Corky Romano (2001) See more »

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Smoke on the Water
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Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice
Performed by Deep Purple
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If not the best thing on TV it is real close.
22 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is in response to a previous review posted earlier. I don't normally do this but really, this is one of the best shows going and better than anything on the big screen. Not only are the characters real and well rounded from great writing and perfect pitch from the acting talent, the story telling is what wholes you to this series. There are only a handful of things to watch on the small screen and this is one of them, I wasn't expecting this much from the series and it has blown me away, I even starting watching old episodes of Breaking Bad to get me up to speed on the main character and the tie in to this show, now I'm hooked on BB too! So to the previous reviewer, just get the stick out of your butt and enjoy what great writing and acting can be, if this is to slow or just garbage, I suggest watching reruns of 2 1/2 men.


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