Better Call Saul (2015– )
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Jimmy chafes under his restrictive work environment; Kim goes to extremes to dig herself from a bottomless hole at HHM.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Jimmy McGill
... Mike Ehrmantraut
... Kim Wexler
... Howard Hamlin
... Nacho Varga (credit only)
... Chuck McGill
... Stacey Ehrmantraut
... Rebecca Bois
... Erin Brill
... Kevin Wachtell
... Omar
... Paige Novick
... Hector Salamanca
... DDA Oakley
... Contract Counsel Administrator


Kim Wexler sets up a partnership between HHM and Mesa Verde, an important and influential firm, in the hope that she will be taken out of doc review. However, Hamlin is still not impressed by her brilliant work because of her connection with Jimmy. Kim and Chuck end up having coffee together. Jimmy has a babysitter, Erin, who is appointed to make sure he is not going to do anything improper ever again. Mike is visited by Salamanca, who makes him a strange offer. Written by Andreea D

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14 March 2016 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of the episode Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) talks about finding a place at the Beachcomber - the same apartment complex Walter White (Bryan Cranston) lived in Breaking Bad (2008) after moving out of his home. See more »


At around 19:30, Kim is on the phone and Her mouth does not move as she says "Huh. Must've just been a rumor" See more »


[to Kim]
Chuck McGill: If it makes you feel any better, you're not the first person to go out on a limb for him. I made the same mistake over and over again. And now Howard has... And he blames you. It's a damned mess.
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References Fight Club (1999) See more »


A Mi Manera
(Comme d'Habitude)
Music by Claude François and Jacques Revaux
French lyrics by Gilles Thibaut
Performed by Gipsy Kings
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Non-Linear, Non-Squential Story Development
14 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

The job of a reviewer is to notice stuff.

BCS may not be my favorite show in recent history (the dearly departed BANSHEE is) but it is easily the most hypnotic. And the most addictive.

I try to review new films and new episodes of existing series against my the backdrop of my experience of what came before. All reviewers do. That technique works 99% of the time. This is the 1% where I am gob-smacked.

1. Gilligan and Gould are putting on yet another clinic in non-linear and non-sequential story/character development, doing things I have never seen done. Doing things that frankly I did not think were possible outside of the defined structure of a 2-hour theatrical film.

2. The actors continue to rise to the occasion. Seehorn practically mesmerizes in her role as the trapped girlfriend trying to extricate herself from the lobster trap she herself walked into.

3. The use of color and cinematography in a weekly show is the best I seen since the British show UTOPIA which went out of its way to pick sharply hued backgrounds to underscore how non-real the storyline was. That show was great. This show uses color even more effectively and yet seems to do it effortlessly.

4. Also the use of sound. TV dramas have become much better at using sound to affect mood -- Banshee comes to mind -- but once again G&G have taken this to a new level. Every episode here is a clinic in how to do it right. And these guys really love "hawaiian twang." (Used in the title sequence, also individual episodes.)

The achievement here is spectacular and must not be under-estimated. Gilligan and Gould are rewriting the rules for TV narrative, story development and even cinematography. And they are doing while entertaining the %#()$ out of their fans.

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