In this episode, we learn that Jimmy's mama loved him, not so much Chuck, that Chuck did not consent to an EKG, that the Hippocratic Oath only applies when your patient is not a passive aggressive hypochondriac, that Jimmy has Chuck right where Jimmy wants Chuck, that Ernesto misses the mail room, that Betsy Brandt was on a Betsy Break, that Mike is still the guy who doesn't pull the trigger, unless the target is made of paper and that expecting Chuck to forgive himself for a mistake is WISHFUL THINKING!
In this episode, we learn that Mike is Batman because he won't pull the trigger, that Chuck never makes mistakes, that Nacho is too smart to be a criminal, that Kim is the Real Kim Shady, that Carnac has all the answers, that video tapes are expensive to erase, that Jimmy has a jawline (contrary to popular myth), that to be a filmmaker you have to grow a pair, that Chuck is an Officer of the Court(tm), that everyone makes mistakes, that Jimmy is not perfect and that no one would listen to Hercule Poirot if he was nuttier than a bag of pralines.
In this episode of Better Call Saul, we pack some Major Fudge
In this episode, we learn that there are wolves and sheep in this world, that birds are in the habit of dropping guns at crime scenes, that Jimmy's got Heavy Heart and is stressed out, that the answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind, that the Santa Fe watershed is down two inches, that juice is good food, that bagpipes are relaxing if you just put your lips together and blow, that money is no object for Mike, that Kim isn't in Kansas anymore...or Nebraska...and that for Wexler AND McGill, two firms are better than one!
In this episode, we learn that Jimmy enjoys playing with his balls, that pull out couch bed is for tenant only, that some cups are not meant for holders, that Howard Hamlin fucks pigs with the best of them, that Slippin' Jimmy is preferable to Singin' Jimmy, that evidently carbon paper is still a thing, that Mike can go full Crash Cohle when he wants to, but you have to try hard to scare him, that Hector drives a hard bargain, that Nacho is worried about "that thing," that Kaylee thinks the pool is just "okay," that the Cousins can Batman their way on to a roof with the best of them, that a watched pot never boils and that Dale the Engineer is, indeed, a live one.
In this episode, we learn that Jimmy can tell a joke but Chuck can't, that no one saves Kim but Kim, that Erin is a pixie ninja, that defendants tend to vomit and are all scumbags, that braindead suckwads go away, that Kim has her plate full in doc review, that the Gypsy Kings do it their way, that Chuck can't make coffee, that when you're in Dutch, you're in Dutch, that Howard is a cowboy, but fucks pigs with the best of them, that Hector is familiar (he rings a bell), that rattling means we have something to celebrate, that Chuck and Jimmy's dad kept food on the table and cash in the till and that Mike makes a half measure.
In this episode, we learn that Jimmy is not a team player, that Sandpiper doesn't keep the lights on, that Tuco has (shock surprise) a taste for meth, that Kim is in the cornfield, that Nacho tells a good story, that two space blankets are better than one, that Chuck will not be baited, that Mike (shock surprise) knows his guns, that Jimmy wants to make a deal, that the ends don't justify the means, that Jimmy needs to hear it from Chuck's mouth, that Nacho's real problem is not Tuco, that Krazy-8 is employee of the month and that Mike is fully insured...and can take a punch.
In this episode, we learn that Chuck is here to do more than bear witness, that Mike is not the worrying kind, that we're ready for our closeup, Mr. McGill, that no one likes Kid Kubrick, that Jimmy is an eccentric arsonist, that Kim likes stories about men trapped on poles, that there's nothing sadder than being footsie blocked and that Caesar's wife must not show any hint of solicitation.
In this episode, we learn that Howard didn't stand in Jimmy's way, that someone named Rebecca Bois is evidently a person, that the Playuh Wagon is practically Jurassic, that even artificial light can ruin baseball cards, that Pryce cries believably, that alligator clashes with Buick, that Nacho underestimates people's stupidity, but not Tuco's temper, that they really like cobbler in Hoboken, that Chuck is here to bear witness, that hugs are for customer only and that Kim Wexler prefers pie that is untouched by human buttocks and by falsified evidence.
In this episode of Better Call
Saul, we learn that one thing has nothing to do with another, that
cucumber water is still for customers only, that going it alone is
how Price rolls, that hummingbirds can really hit their mark, that
women in bikinis often travel with women in parkas, that Slippin'
Kimmie likes to break bad, that Charlize Theron is technically
African American, that there's no limit in how much you can invest
in the stock market, that managing a Cinnabon isn't as romantic as
it looks, that the first 48 hours are crucial when investigating
stolen baseball cards, that Jimmy will be getting his Cocobolo desk
and that some switches should never, ever, be flipped.
At the movies, we learn that somedays Leo gets the bear and some days the bear gets Leo in Revenant, that stop motion sex can be realistic in Anomalisa, that betting against the American economy is fun and profitable in The Big Short, that there are no heroes in sex abuse scandals in Spotlight, that Star Wars is fun again with The Force Awakens, that Michael Moore knows Where To Invade Next, that the sleep of reason gives birth to Demons and that slapping actors is more fun than blowing up islands in Hail Caesar!