The opening was great - as were both sequences with the engineer 'interviews'. If you've seen the episode, Don't forget to check out our recently created Discord! The sequence with Jimmy peddling the cell phones at the all-night diner was good, but went on a bit longer than it probably needed to. And when he went outside and was just reeling from it? But what Mia didn't plan on was falling in love in the process. If you don't use a spoiler tag when required your post may be removed. The Breaking Bad-era cold open was great too, though it was pretty depressing to see Howard.
For some unknown reason that entire plot point was one of the most entertaining things I've seen in the entire show so far. Please use spoiler tags when discussing any scenes from episodes that have not aired yet, which includes preview trailers. Then after he left the courtroom Hamlin had this look of doubt, but also worried on his face. She has never seemed self-destructive before. You are definitely welcome here, but please keep in mind that untagged Breaking Bad spoilers will be seen here frequently. I realize it's going to be significant, but there was just nothing enthralling about it. Of course, the guy at the end showed how it's really supposed to be done.
He is not in a good way at all. After Jimmy talk to Howard and flushes down the shrinks contact refusing to believe that therapy will do any good, he goes to talk with the officer and takes some questions almost at a personal level, he got excited to talk about his future and dreams trying to put lots of reprrsed things out of his system. I'm glad they're tackling the origination of the lab and how it came about - didn't expect them to spend much time on that. But when her brother breaks his leg and her parents head off on a planned vacation, Mia must reluctantly enlist the help of her brother's visiting college buddy, David Campos Carlos PenaVega , to help her pull off the event which just so happens to fall on her favorite day of the year. Chuck points out the foolery of the cell phone without the battery and asks Jimmy if there were any other questions. Getting rolled after the cell phone sale was too predictable and I thought a con man would be smarter than to keep all the money in his wallet , and the court stuff just wasn't very interesting.
I wonder what he's going to take away from this trial, because we've seen him get more and more annoyed with Chuck despite his professional demeanor Patrick Fabian is phenomenal. Yes, that was my issue as well. His mental illness isn't his downfall, his pride is. I this why they passed on the guy? Hamlin liked Jimmy and wanted to hire him, but had to play the bad guy. I liked that Gus didn't go with the French contractor who used some tech tools to do his survey and was over-confident, but had more faith in the old-school German contractor who took longer to survey because he was honest and wasn't downplaying the difficulty in the requested task.
I think Howard might crack. I enjoyed the opening and the lab stuff, but not much else in this episode. But really it was because your brother hates you. He doesn't deserve this shit. I think he knew, but was still in a bit of a shock he went full throttle, after warning him earlier about testifying. .
Our latest sidebar pic was submitted by the incredible. Whole thing went over my head. And Jimmy knows he has him, but not with the look of gotcha. Especially with that second guy. Like the episode where they used the body cam facing inward on him as he was freaking the fuck out in the photocopier shop? All the stuff show to us to get us to dislike him has been done on some level because of his respect for chuck, which in some sense makes him similar to jimmy when he tried to impress chuck. She has no problem defending guilty people which is right around where Saul ends up. Instead she wants to sabotage a company that really helped her out, as well as her own reputation, and I have no idea how that helps her.
I hardly even noticed it until you mentioned it here. However, parts of the shows may overlap and some scenes may be set after Breaking Bad. But the look of sadness that he has to point out the psychosomatic nature of his condition and the hate that Chuck continues to publicly deny. Outside of putting Kim in the dog house, which was very understandable, he's been a decent person imo. Note that all of the rules are subject to moderator discretion ss ss ss Big thanks to for the Saul Snoo and for the flair. It felt like he wasn't even an actor and just an actual German engineer doing his actual job and there just so happened to be cameras present.
Doing a half-assed job could be grounds for disbarment. His downfall is going along with everything: his dad telling him not to start a solo practice, Chuck's animosity for Jimmy, etc. After about 3 hours the ink will bleed all over that shit and the pulp will turn into a solid mass - then you just wrap that shit up and throw it out in the garbage anywhere you want. It was really subtle, but it worked wonderfully in adding tension and making the audience at least me, anyway feel uneasy as he got more and more fevered in his ranting and it got closer to him. Lov I liked that Gus didn't go with the French contractor who used some tech tools to do his survey and was over-confident, but had more faith in the old-school German contractor who took longer to survey because he was honest and wasn't downplaying the difficulty in the requested task.