Better Call Saul (2015– )
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Jimmy tries to settle his debts. Nacho reunites with an old acquaintance. Mike helps Stacey with a project and makes a meaningful connection.


Thomas Schnauz


Vince Gilligan (created by), Peter Gould (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Odenkirk ... Jimmy McGill
Jonathan Banks ... Mike Ehrmantraut
Rhea Seehorn ... Kim Wexler
Patrick Fabian ... Howard Hamlin (credit only)
Michael Mando ... Nacho Varga
Giancarlo Esposito ... Gustavo 'Gus' Fring (credit only)
Michael McKean ... Chuck McGill (credit only)
Kerry Condon ... Stacey Ehrmantraut
Mark Proksch ... Daniel 'Pryce' Wormald
Cara Pifko ... Paige Novick
Josh Fadem ... Camera Guy
Jean Villepique ... Doreen Valco
Frank Deal ... Parks Supervisor
Tamara Tunie ... Anita
Hayley Holmes ... Make-Up Girl


Jimmy tries to settle his debts. Nacho reunites with an old acquaintance. Mike helps Stacey with a project and makes a meaningful connection.

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Crime | Drama


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Release Date:

22 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


A real website was created for Jimmy's business in the show. The fictional business, Saul Goodman Productions, can be seen by typing in the name of the business with no spaces between the words. See more »


When Jimmy is sat outside the guitar shop, we see in the background a sign for telecommunications company Lycamobile. This segment of Better Call Saul is set around 2002/2003. However, Lycamobile was not founded until 2006. See more »


Jimmy McGill: You see that? Fender Stratocaster signed by Ritchie Blackmore. You know who that is, right?
Camera Guy: Someone nobody's ever heard of?
Jimmy McGill: That's real good. I hope your parents enjoy supporting you for the rest of their lives. C'mon, Ritchie Blackmore, Deep Purple.
Sound Guy: Oh, Another Brick in the Wall.
Jimmy McGill: I weep for the future.
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References Bull Durham (1988) See more »


Black Baby
Performed by Kruder and Dorfmeister
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Improving even in the slow parts, but not sure if it can live down horrendous seasons 1-2
23 May 2017 | by heisenberg12See all my reviews

This episode exemplified just how much finer the attention to detail has gotten in the show, at times very similar to Breaking Bad. Even when hardly anything major happens, there is still attention to detail and dialogue that makes the slow scenes better than they would be.

However, that said, this wasn't a great episode, and the fact that they called back so much to seasons 1-2 again for the second consecutive week, with this week being the dorky annoying drug dealer guy from season 1 and Jim my and Kim's boring and stupid scamming plans at the restaurant, was unnecessary. We're going BACK to S1-2?

I'm sorry but S1-2 were a total fumble, drop the ball, mess up. They were horrendous. Let's keep moving along. The farther they get from anything that happened in S1-2 the better the show will be.

It was a decent episode reminiscent of some of the weaker episodes of Breaking Bad, which were still good.

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