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I thought the first episode was pretty good. I'm going to give it eight out of ten

paolo, Monday, 9 February 2015 19:17 (four years ago) link

I'm curious what the dramatic arc of the show is going to be, considering that Walt fucked up a relatively stable criminal ecosystem. Tuco and Gus and Saul were all pretty established and safe in their power. I like the idea of the show as a sort of perverted Matlock, where Saul defends a series of mostly guilty people, but I'm not sure if that's what we're going to get.

polyphonic, Monday, 9 February 2015 19:32 (four years ago) link

I loved the comedy of it all, the way things were filmed fit that style perfectly. But if it becomes more dramatic, I'm not sure I will care.

Frederik B, Monday, 9 February 2015 19:38 (four years ago) link

cold open cinnabon was the best part

johnny crunch, Monday, 9 February 2015 19:51 (four years ago) link

if this were actually good, what a coup . . .

rip van wanko, Monday, 9 February 2015 20:55 (four years ago) link

it's a little goofy that he's doing exactly what he speculated he might be doing in his new life

I don't see this amounting to a hell of a lot but I'll prob enjoy it for a season or so.

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Monday, 9 February 2015 21:31 (four years ago) link

but better call saul's a prequel, right? so that means in the last bit of breaking bad he was referring back to something that he used to do.

Karl Malone, Monday, 9 February 2015 21:34 (four years ago) link

it's not exclusively a prequel. The first thing we see is chronologically after BB

polyphonic, Monday, 9 February 2015 21:35 (four years ago) link

xp haha no, that would be even sillier! "for my expensive new identity I'm just gonna go back to my old job"

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Monday, 9 February 2015 21:38 (four years ago) link

actually no it would make more sense, you're right. But it's a flash forward in BCS

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Monday, 9 February 2015 21:41 (four years ago) link

it's a little goofy that he's doing /exactly/ what he speculated he might be doing in his new life

I like the idea of him being 100% committed to a plan he made in haste. It just fits his character so well!

naus, Monday, 9 February 2015 21:42 (four years ago) link

I still haven't had a chance to watch yet. Tonight!

Karl Malone, Monday, 9 February 2015 21:45 (four years ago) link

Nah, it's silly. He probably couldn't choose, it's just tossed off line he throws off. Too much fan service for my taste. The ending with Tuco annoyed me as well. But inbetween, there was loads of good stuff.

Frederik B, Monday, 9 February 2015 21:46 (four years ago) link

I just took it as a joke/fan service, cause why not? I mean within minutes of starting his first jape he's ended up at __________ (removed for karl)

xp nevermind haha

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Monday, 9 February 2015 21:47 (four years ago) link

"it's a little goofy that he's doing exactly what he speculated he might be doing in his new life"

I kinda took it was a business and ID that Saul had created in case anything got to hot, which it did. If I remember right, the scene when Saul tells Walter about Omaha and the Cinnabon is with "the cleaner" held up in that basement waiting to move on to next step.

earlnash, Monday, 9 February 2015 23:29 (four years ago) link

I didn't even recognize tuco until I saw it mentioned somewhere else. there are bound to be things that this that will happen and I don't see why they shouldn't.

akm, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 05:01 (four years ago) link

Anyone notice the little hat tip to the Wire in the courtroom scene? not sure if it was intentional or not.

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 08:22 (four years ago) link

Two associates of Jimmy coincidentally bumping into Tuco's mother (?) is not something that was 'bound' to happen, at least not on their very first day working together. It's an extremely big contrivance, just as it's a contrivance that Saul could have guessed/known/planned exactly what he would be able to do after the cleaner took over.

But so what, right? Well, for me, it takes the mystery out of the characters. The world of Breaking Bad was filled with mystery and danger at the beginning, but they really really killed that over the years. When Krazy-8 was killed, even crazyer Tuco took his place. When Tuco was killed, those weird cousins were sent to avenge him. And this mysterious guy from Chile who sold chicken seemed also involved somehow. But then the entirety of the cartel was nice enough to gather around and be poisoned by a single bottle of tequila, it turned out Gus was mainly motivated by the murder of his friend years ago, and the shadowy involvement of multinational companies in the drugdistribution? Turned out it was a rogue housewife, but nevermind, she had a bad cup of tea as well.

The whole world became so small and neat over the years, that it damaged my interest in it. And now you can't skate on the streets of Albuquerque without running into the Salamanca-family? How small is this city?

Frederik B, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 08:53 (four years ago) link

eh, i dunno, i don't see it as a problem thus far. so long as it doesn't turn into a 'league of extraordinary gentlemen'-style thing where all they do is give familiar characters walk-on parts. if this is a prequel, i expect to find out how Jimmy becomes Saul, how he meets Mike and why he decides to become a criminal lawyer. Tuco was one of my favourite characters in BB and it' shame he only lasted a handful of episodes, so bringing him back into the frame is a great idea in my book.

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 09:10 (four years ago) link

tuco's gun is comically large

Clay, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 09:20 (four years ago) link

that's what she... oh never mind

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:05 (four years ago) link

Lydia wasn't a "rogue housewife"

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:42 (four years ago) link

yeah, this was pretty good. i really liked that there wasn't much expository dialogue - the characters' interactions were enough to fill in the blanks.

i wonder if the black and white photography in the omaha sequence was a deliberate homage to / joke about alexander payne's nebraska?

bizarro gazzara, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:44 (four years ago) link

were the flash forwarded sequences in BB b/w?

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:49 (four years ago) link

Did 'Chuck' ever get mentioned in BB? I take it he's Jimmy's brother? Or uncle?

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:50 (four years ago) link

So glad this isn't just a knockabout sitcom about a hapless lawyer though. I was always a Saul agnostic when he was in BB as he stood right on the edge between comic foil and slapstick sitcom buffoon. Plus it took me ages to stop thinking of him as Gob in Arrested Development, but as a lawyer instead of a magician. I like how Jimmy cuts a bittersweet, really quite dualised and tragic figure. One minute he's walking around in his suit, acting as though he owns the place; next he's returning home to an absolute hovel after having been talked down to and kicked in the nuts by life... It continues the double-act of WW/Heisenberg in that respect.

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 11:07 (four years ago) link

i might be out on this already, the tone just feels off to me; I bet there will be some inspired stuff but not sure I want to invest ~14 hrs or w/e

johnny crunch, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:10 (four years ago) link

There will be loads of bb characters in this. Of course as Saul goodman he'll have good reason to come up against every scumbag in Albuquerque, and cops too

I mean, this is a breaking bad spinoff about Walter White's wacky lawyer; its very existence is fan service, however much prestigey ~darkness~ they inject into it.

I'm down cause I thought odenkirk was brilliant in bb

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:15 (four years ago) link

i loved the cold open so much

gr8080, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:35 (four years ago) link

I enjoyed this a fair bit, just because Saul is a great character and it's good to spend more time with him. Wish the Tuco reveal hadn't come so early, because it's a fairly short line from him to Gus Fring, and really if this show is going to succeed on its own terms it needs to take time to do a Frasier and build its own universe of characters. The scenes with Chuck suggested that's in the plan, even if he felt miscast - I struggled to see him and Saul as actually related.

It's also showing us at least two Walter White-style descents into the underworld, and I love seeing people way way over their heads.

Matt DC, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:40 (four years ago) link

Like I think a constant parade of "hey look, it's Badger!" gratuitous fanwank would be the worst approach they could take and I more or less trust Gilligan not to take that road.

Matt DC, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:41 (four years ago) link

No they'll be careful not to make it constant I think

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:58 (four years ago) link

yeah i think i trust this team enough now not to make it shit

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:07 (four years ago) link

When you look at Odenkirk's career between his inspired turn as Stevie Grant in The Larry Sanders Show and his BB turn as Saul it is quite depressing, a lost decade and a half of mediocre writing credits and various atrocious comedy-fail shite. I think this being his stand alone big shot and Gilligan's nerviness at following up such a big hit might be something to do with the rocky start this series has made. I hope it gets better cos I always liked Odenkirk, but so far it all feels a bit stilted and predictable.

xelab, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:09 (four years ago) link

nah...

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:16 (four years ago) link

don't think i'd heard of odenkirk before BB though.

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:17 (four years ago) link

i think the broken windshield was a nice level of fan service callback

young pc thug (Merdeyeux), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:31 (four years ago) link

haha, what's that?

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:33 (four years ago) link

i.e. that walt's windshield was constantly broken and now we've had another two broken windshields already, the breaking bad universe is much like our universe but with way more broken windshields

young pc thug (Merdeyeux), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:34 (four years ago) link

xposts

Odenkirk did Mr Show between Sanders and Breaking Bad! And he was in Nebraska after BB, which was nominated for a Palme D'Or and a half-dozen Oscars. He will be fine if this tanks.

Brio2, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:40 (four years ago) link

and fargo

oi listen mate, shut up (dog latin), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:44 (four years ago) link

Comedy-fail dross and an appearance in a Payneful, overrated movie might pay the bills but fronting your own series is a different matter and Fargo is also post BB.

xelab, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:47 (four years ago) link

Yeah, Odenkirk hasn't had the best luck making movies of his own but he's otherwise had a pretty solid (if generally low-key) career and a vast comedic community that rightfully respects the shit out of him. Plus he brought Tim & Eric into our hearts and homes. He's gonna do just fine.

Brodozer Coke Buffet (Old Lunch), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:48 (four years ago) link

Mr. Show = 'comedy-fail dross'. Okay.

Brodozer Coke Buffet (Old Lunch), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:50 (four years ago) link

ok whatever your assessment of his career or talents are - he understands the risks of Better Call Saul, he'll be fine if it doesn't work out, and it's not "his stand alone big shot".

The NYT interview seems totally level-headed:


“I was worried about what it would do to my family and worried about whether I would end up being the guy who” — um, screwed up — “the legacy of ‘Breaking Bad.’ ”

“And then I talked to my daughter, who is 13 and incredibly mature, she said, ‘It’s a big opportunity, we will be fine, and if it’s bad, really, how bad could it be?’ ”

“And I said well, it won’t be bad. It’s written by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould; the worst thing is it’s a really interesting misfire. If that’s the worst thing it is, I’d be more than happy to be part of that.”

Brio2, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 14:59 (four years ago) link

There's a scene in Ep 1 at a security checkpoint where the guard waves the metal detector near a guy's privates and it goes off...the fact that McKean is in the cast made me think this was a homage to Spinal Tap

calstars, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 15:12 (four years ago) link

i loved the cold open so much

― gr8080, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:35 (2 hours ago) Permalink

Me too!

Punny Names (latebloomer), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 16:19 (four years ago) link

AAAAAAAAAAAA

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 17:51 (four years ago) link

That was some nasty comedy, it's rare I genuinely lol while cowering

k3ller of sh1p (wins), Tuesday, 10 February 2015 17:54 (four years ago) link

The second half was quite okay.

Frederik B, Tuesday, 10 February 2015 18:38 (four years ago) link

included = otm

k3vin k., Thursday, 4 April 2019 04:49 (eight months ago) link

You people are mad, BB is great.

And according to some websites, there were “sexcapades.” (James Morrison), Thursday, 4 April 2019 11:15 (eight months ago) link

otm

she carries a torch. two torches, actually (Joan Crawford Loves Chachi), Thursday, 4 April 2019 11:29 (eight months ago) link

not about to go back and rewatch either show... but BCS leading by a hair for me. It may depend on how the hell they wrap it up.

anyone know when the next season starts? Have they said how many seasons they expect to make?

maffew12, Thursday, 4 April 2019 11:41 (eight months ago) link

Yeah, shit talkers in this thread acting like producing five seasons of incredibly gripping drama with a constantly propulsive plot and continually raising stakes which actually comes to a satisfying conclusion, and doing all that with style and wit is somehow no big achievement.

Granted the acting is better and the characters perhaps more deeply drawn in BCS (which I like), but come on. A lot of it is treading water which BB never did for a second (YMMV on 'Fly').

xpost

chap, Thursday, 4 April 2019 11:48 (eight months ago) link

Very different shows in terms of mood, like/love both. BCS is probably more consistent, but it does meander along at times; BB was all over the place, but at its best, pantheon.

clemenza, Thursday, 4 April 2019 12:00 (eight months ago) link

love both of them in different ways

kinder, Thursday, 4 April 2019 12:54 (eight months ago) link

Well, apparently in 2019 shit-talking Breaking Bad is something that only happens in private conversation and over text-message and we're not ready to have The Talk in public just yet

flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, 4 April 2019 12:58 (eight months ago) link

BB was undeniably thrilling to watch week-to-week but of the canonical Great Shows it's the one I'm least likely to ever revisit.

Simon H., Thursday, 4 April 2019 13:01 (eight months ago) link

The treasure of today is the trash of tomorrow.

Well, apparently in 2019 shit-talking Breaking Bad is something that only happens in private conversation and over text-message and we're not ready to have The Talk in public just yet

― flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, April 4, 2019 8:58 AM (fifteen minutes ago)

it makes you sexist iirc, deeply steeped in stuff and whatnot

k3vin k., Thursday, 4 April 2019 13:14 (eight months ago) link

If anything I wish Breaking Bad treaded water more. It was cool that the plot was always hurtling forward but it was undeniably stressful to watch, especially if your only time to watch it is right before falling asleep (as it was for me). I'm still impressed at how well everything came together - my only complaints were 1) the foreshadowing of the plane crash in S2, which leads you to believe one thing but is actually something completely different - once you get down to 15 minutes left in the last episode, as soon as they reveal Jane's dad as an air traffic controller, you know exactly what's going to happen (the plot point itself was great, I just wish they hadn't done the B&W foreshadowing) and 2) Andrea's brother just so happening to be the one who shot Combo, the sort of random coincidence that this show was pretty good at avoiding. Still, it kind of feels like nitpicking given how great the whole thing was.

frogbs, Thursday, 4 April 2019 13:20 (eight months ago) link

Nah it's more like I cannot remember a time when I've seen a more acutely observed and perfectly realized character as I see in Chuck. His relationships with Jimmy and Howard gave me some deep recognitions of stuff I've subconsciously observed in others but never been able to nail down... a specific trait of claiming to "care deeply" for an individual you're actually trying to destroy? a quintessentially American character!

flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, 4 April 2019 14:44 (eight months ago) link

We're nothing if not inveterate self-mythologizers.

(A quality cultivated in the course of pulling ourselves up by the bootstraps and carving out a great nation with naught but our bare hands.)

Chuck is just Lois from Malcolm in the Middle; unlikeable but technically right about everything

frogbs, Thursday, 4 April 2019 16:26 (eight months ago) link

nah, lois actually cares about everyone

( ͡☉ ͜ʖ ͡☉) (jim in vancouver), Thursday, 4 April 2019 16:27 (eight months ago) link

also Chuck was wrong about lots, and would cut corners & mislead in order to try and trick Jimmy into revealing that Jimmy was cutting corners and misleading

blokes you can't rust (sic), Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:16 (eight months ago) link

Yes, the subtext being that Chuck had quite a bit more Slippin' to him than he ever would've admitted.

Chuck embodies so many interesting traits! First, this particular kind of hidden resentment that try-hards have for people who drift from situation to situation with minimal effort and are able to stay afloat with nothing but their charm and ambiguous morality. Second, this kind of scheming manipulation wherein an individual can convince others (and himself) that what he's doing is RIGHT and GOOD but it is in fact just a method of exerting power and influence. Third, this incredible psychosomania, which was so meticulously shown in the show that Yes He Is Faking and yet Yes It Is Real. There are so so so many dichotomies represented with the character that I just found him fascinating

flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:27 (eight months ago) link

I mean when you look at it from a certain angle, Chuck's sensitivity to electricity was just one big meticulously-maintained scam pulled to convince everyone (including himself) that he wasn't mentally ill.

what was Chuck wrong about?

frogbs, Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:29 (eight months ago) link

I don't think Chuck's EHS was at all a scam, I think it was likely a psychological defensive response to the traumatic experience of his separation from Rebecca

flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:31 (eight months ago) link

Or even more: it was an extension of his constant need to retain as much control as possible over people around him. After he was forced to realize that "other humans have free will and you can't force them to do what you want all the time" (Rebecca leaving him), he developed this EHS as a method of attempting to exert control over Jimmy, Howard, Ernest, to try and force people into caring for him and doing his bidding. The fact that he was constantly insisting that people ground themselves before they enter his house? The fact that he admitted to playing up his symptoms to effect a confession by Jimmy? Affected symptoms, as psychosomatic illnesses go, are truly felt by the individual affecting them. Chuck believed he had EHS! His EHS was so painful that [spoiler]! This is what was so interesting about Chuck imo, he literally was faking it but also feeling it at the same time

flamboyant goon tie included, Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:37 (eight months ago) link

^quality post^

I really miss this show

d'ILM for Murder (Hadrian VIII), Thursday, 4 April 2019 17:48 (eight months ago) link

anyone know when the next season starts? Have they said how many seasons they expect to make?

They usually start each season 14 months later than the previous, so October is your best vague guess right now. Gould has said they're closer to the start of Breaking Bad than to the start of BCS, but would consider picking up with Gene once they run out of prequel.

blokes you can't rust (sic), Thursday, 4 April 2019 19:47 (eight months ago) link

That would be neat. Out of the (few) characters that survived Breaking Bad, Saul was the only one whose fate I wondered about

frogbs, Thursday, 4 April 2019 19:59 (eight months ago) link

I completely forgot BCS isnt finished yet haha.

Stoop Crone (Trayce), Thursday, 4 April 2019 22:47 (eight months ago) link

Chuck was an incredible character, yes. The first half of the most recent season felt very directionless without him.

chap, Friday, 5 April 2019 08:40 (eight months ago) link

Kim was my favorite character early on, but a lot of the meandering the last season or two has had to do with the Jimmy/Kim relationship. So in the end, I'll go with Chuck too as the show's greatest creation. I don't think I've ever encountered a character like him anywhere else. His condition was maybe a little gimmicky--or at least they twisted it into a thousand shapes as the situation warranted--but the Chuck/Jimmy relationship, their deep animosity (hatred, really) mixed with love and protectiveness and worship, was riveting.

clemenza, Friday, 5 April 2019 11:30 (eight months ago) link

update: no new eps until 2020.

blokes you can't rust (sic), Friday, 5 April 2019 20:28 (eight months ago) link

Sounds like it's driven by cast members with commitments elsewhere:

http://theplaylist.net/amc-better-call-saul-season-5-2020-20190405/?fbclid=IwAR10afGkHuYJr495KPzkVcQH8ZWmsi7Rj-zYE5MVjDGkJYq0Dyxp2Sh6atM

That reminds me that the most interesting thing awaiting--"Well, we know clearly the end was already written before the beginning began"--is how and where BCS segues into BB. I actually thought they were ready for that at the end of season 1, when Jimmy drove away from parking-lot Mike (humming "Smoke on the Water") saying he'd never get bogged down doing the right thing again. But he goes on to cycle through that epiphany like six more times.

clemenza, Saturday, 6 April 2019 18:38 (seven months ago) link

Noooo we’ll all be dead by 2020 wtf

mumsnet blvd (wins), Saturday, 6 April 2019 18:43 (seven months ago) link

So is the Jesse show gonna wind up dropping before the next season of BCS now or what

Hangover Ape (Old Lunch), Saturday, 6 April 2019 20:13 (seven months ago) link

Is it a show? Thought it was just a movie

Vinnie, Sunday, 7 April 2019 00:50 (seven months ago) link

Which of the BCS cast are in other shows/movie commitments I wonder?

Stoop Crone (Trayce), Monday, 8 April 2019 01:30 (seven months ago) link

Season 5 starts shooting this week. Rhea Seehorn was on Veep tonight, which shot last year.

I assumed that "talent needs" referred to Gould, btw, rather than eg Patrick Fabian.

blokes you can't rust (sic), Monday, 8 April 2019 04:42 (seven months ago) link

just caught up to the final episode, that last scene with Mike & Werner definitely slipped into the Breaking Bad world - felt a bit like *that* scene with Gale

the whole thing with Kai (the only German worker who gets named) felt like a big fakeout, though - he doesn't do anything!!

frogbs, Thursday, 18 April 2019 13:21 (seven months ago) link

Well, yeah. Mike (and the audience) expected so much for him to be the rogue element that he failed until too late to realize that the real problem was right under his nose.

It is interesting to note how tonally dissimilar the two shows were when BCS started (compare, for instance, Tuco's appearances in the first season of each) and the extent to which that gap has slowly closed.

A Cheetah Drenched in Applesauce (Old Lunch), Thursday, 18 April 2019 13:37 (seven months ago) link

I figured it wouldn't go the obvious route (Kai's not paying attention...Kai knocked over the support beam...Kai gets kicked out of the strip joint...hey, Kai can oversee the work while I'm gone!) but to not have his character do anything was kind of bizarre. I thought they'd do something clever with him.

still...really great ending. heart broke a bit for Kim at the end - dunno if it was about being tricked by Jimmy's big courtroom speech or if she started to realize just how manipulative he really is.

frogbs, Thursday, 18 April 2019 13:51 (seven months ago) link

While there are vast degrees of difference between the situations and the infractions involved, that scene seems to parallel the one on BB when Jesse overhears Walt singing a jaunty tune after they'd just finished disposing of the body of a child.

The main difference being that it’s quite likely Jimmy is conning himself as much as anyone, consciously developing a shell rather than admit to hurting, whereas Walter by that point genuinely didn’t give a shit

mumsnet blvd (wins), Thursday, 18 April 2019 14:02 (seven months ago) link

Oh yeah. The parallel is more in the reactions of Jesse and Kim to these dudes who are more fucked up than they realized (or than they allowed themselves to realize).

three months pass...

http://www.cinemablend.com/television/2477588/better-call-sauls-bob-odenkirk-knows-when-kim-goes-away-itll-be-the-end-of-jimmy

2020? Season 6? Both those sound like a sure way to lose whatever momentum/interest remains. On the other hand, that would all be rendered moot if they came back really strong.

clemenza, Sunday, 11 August 2019 12:28 (three months ago) link

Financial backing of television seasons is kinda like the structure of family feud - nothing really matters because the final round is triple bonus anyway

Karl Malone, Sunday, 11 August 2019 14:33 (three months ago) link

Also this series is not really going for “momentum” lol

I’m just worried someone will croak before they finish it

YouGov to see it (wins), Sunday, 11 August 2019 14:42 (three months ago) link

That's why I put momentum/interest--I simply meant that if you stay away long enough, people lose interest. They went 2015/16/17/18; I thought they'd resume this fall.

clemenza, Sunday, 11 August 2019 14:56 (three months ago) link

no you didn't!

update: no new eps until 2020.

― blokes you can't rust (sic), Saturday, April 6, 2019 7:28 AM (four months ago) bookmarkflaglink

Sounds like it's driven by cast members with commitments elsewhere:

http://theplaylist.net/amc-better-call-saul-season-5-2020-20190405/?fbclid=IwAR10afGkHuYJr495KPzkVcQH8ZWmsi7Rj-zYE5MVjDGkJYq0Dyxp2Sh6atMVjNE10nsTxUhLWe495XCmxIpDU8MJzfv7Ew-mLR5ZIwQTxWLd0Qlkc2Fu6ngZZƃu9nℲᄅɔʞlQ0p˥Mx┴QʍIZϛɹ˥ɯ-ʍƎㄥʌɟzſW8∩pdIxɯƆXϛ6ㄣǝM˥ɥ∩x┴su0ƖƎNɾΛMƃh9aℲᄅɔʞyD0c˥Zk┴DʍVMϛɹ˥ɯ-ʍƎㄥʌɟmſJ8∩cqVkɯƆKϛ6ㄣǝZ˥ɥ∩k┴fh0ƖƎAɾΛ

― clemenza, Sunday, April 7, 2019 4:38 AM (four months ago)

quelle sprocket damage (sic), Sunday, 11 August 2019 17:39 (three months ago) link

Financial backing of television seasons is kinda like the structure of family feud - nothing really matters because the final round is triple bonus anyway

even if Better Call Saul ended up doing nine seasons to get to 88 episodes, AMC's not going to be selling it stripped to local FTA stations 13 years after it launched

quelle sprocket damage (sic), Sunday, 11 August 2019 17:44 (three months ago) link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbNCUfL56b8

clemenza, Sunday, 11 August 2019 18:08 (three months ago) link


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