In season five of the critically acclaimed drama, Better Call Saul, Jimmy McGill’s decision to practice law as “Saul Goodman” creates unexpected and profound waves of change throughout Albuquerque’s legal and illegal circles. Kim Wexler finds herself at a crossroads as her connection with Jimmy deepens. Wracked with guilt and regret, Mike Ehrmantraut hits rock bottom. Meanwhile, Nacho Varga tries to survive as Gus Fring’s covert war on the cartel becomes a life-and-death chess match with the mercurial and relentless Lalo Salamanca.
This. Was. So. Good.
Better Call Saul never ceases to amaze me with how intricately everything is thought through and how well the actors deliver their parts. I can’t praise Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn enough for their performances. Without them, this show wouldn’t have worked so well!
Hello my lovely readers.
The fourth season of the hit show Better Call Saul concluded a few weeks ago. I finally had time to catch up, so let’s get down to it!
Jimmy is fighting to get his licence back and practice as a lawyer – which is easier said than done. In the mean time Kim is recovering from her accident and decides to move on with her career.
With the help of Mike Gus Fring takes the next steps in building his drug empire…
I was really excited about this season and I have to say, it certainly surprised me.
The plot surrounding Gus Fring wasn’t all that eventful but definitely intense and fascinating. You didn’t know what to expect on that front and the final episode was a huge plot twist.
Another point I hadn’t seen coming was the change in Kim’s personality. I don’t want to add any spoilers her. But she’s moving in a direction I hadn’t thought possible for her. Continue reading →
One of the shows I was looking forward to the most this year was Better Call Saul. I binged-watched the first two season and couldn’t wait for number 3!
#1 – The Law:
What I appreciate about Better Call Saul is that representation of law, the work of lawyers and trials feels very realistic. I have to admit, I’m no expert on American law as I’m from Austria, but as far as I can tell, they did a really good job there. There’s not too much drama, so super fancy meetings or cases. Better Call Saul shows the hard work and tough decisions you have to make. Season three by far more than the other two did. Continue reading →
I’m sure all of you know Breaking Bad – one of the best TV Shows of the last years. In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Better Call Saul is a sort of prequel to it. It tells the story of Saul Goodman – our favourite lawyer! 2016 already brought us the second season!
Jimmy finally has a rosy looking future ahead after his discovery in season 1. However, he has trouble adjusting to his new life and leaving his old ways behind.
Not only do we get the rise and fall of Jimmy, we also watch Mike trying to help out his family… Continue reading →
After re-watching Breaking Bad recently, I finally found the time to indulge in binge-watching Better Call Saul. So here are my thoughts on Bob Odenkirk’s first strike!
Thought #1 – The Flashbacks:
I don’t about you but I absolutely love this way of story-telling. The way the show kicks off and how it continues from there is just perfect. We follow Saul, back then still called Jimmy, but through flashbacks we get to dive even deeper into his past! Continue reading →
I didn’t do a TV show post in quite some time. Shame on me! However, it’s time to present a really awesome show. Those of you who watched Breaking Bad will know him: Saul Goodman. This guy was so popular, the character portrayed by Bob Odenkirk got his own show. And believe me, it really paid of.
Reason #1 – Saul’s Jokes:
Maybe it’s just me but consider his inappropriate sense of humour absolutely hilarious. The hope of getting some more of his sarcastic comments is reason alone to check out Better Call Saul. Continue reading →