Better Call Saul

Aired: Oct 08, 2018 , Monday at 21:00 on amc

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Episode Summary: Jimmy turns the page on his reputation; Lalo tracks a loose end in Gus' operation; Mike is forced to make a difficult decision.
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'Better Call Saul' Review: As the Season Finale Draws Near, Jimmy's Future Only Looks Bleaker

In the opening sequence, Kim and Jimmy have fun pulling a scam on a clerk in Lubbock, Texas. However, that may be the episode’s highest point; from here, it’s a pretty grim installment when the temporary resolution of Jimmy McGill’s legal status as a lawyer doesn’t go to his benefit. The only thing more painful about the continuation of his suspension is the fight between him and Kim that follows; Jimmy may still have the option to appeal, but that doesn’t mean a happy solution is in store. To make matters worse, Werner makes a wor... more

'Better Call Saul': How Bob Odenkirk and the Cast Develop Their Characters, One Tiny Bit of Backstory At a Time

In the latest episode of “Better Call Saul,” viewers get an intense peek into the psyche of Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), as the character sat beside the bedside of nemesis Hector Salamanca and told a little story about the fruit tree he loved as a child, and the coati who tried to rob young Gus of its fruit. While it doesn’t offer up any specific biographic details, it’s a feast of a monologue which reveals quite a bit about who Gus is, and why we should be afraid of him. It&rsqu... more

'Better Call Saul' Review: 'Quite a Ride' Is a Captivating Tease of a Very Scary Future

In 2000s Albuquerque, Jimmy’s instincts for salesmanship have kicked in due to the boredom of working a legit job at the world’s most boring cell phone store. The gimmick he’s come up with – marketing burner “pay as you go” phones to folks who might want their “cash-based” businesses to fly under the radar – is a smart one, but the lack of foot traffic (and his innate restlessness) pushes him onto the streets to hock his wares…which goes well, until he gets mugged for his cash. So it&rsqu... more