Vince Gilligan On ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 2 Finale: Why Hasn’t Jimmy Become Saul Yet?

Season two of “Better Call Saul” wraps up tonight with the episode titled “Klick” and the continuation of the season long two-track stories. Mike gets advice on now to perfect his shots using a high-powered rifle and Jimmy deals with the aftermath of stealing the bank client from Chuck and Howard. It was gasp-producing when … Read more

Michael McKean as Chuck McGill on "Better Call Saul"

BETTER CALL SAUL ‘Nailed’ Recap: Unintended Consequences of Jimmy’s Cover-up

In “Nailed”, BETTER CALL SAUL highlighted two different ways of pulling off a caper. One ended in tragedy and the other was perfect, yet both resulted in unintended consequences.  We saw quintessential Mike Ehrmantraut at work getting the best of the Salamancas and Jimmy McGill’s lack of detail produce what could be a life changing … Read more

Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill in "Inflatable" episode of Better Call Saul

BETTER CALL SAUL ‘Inflatable’ Recap: Candy-Colored Suits and Nail Parlor Dreams

When Jimmy McGill looked at the business card he’d created last night during the “Inflatable” episode of BETTER CALL SAUL,  didn’t it make you think that the name change to Saul Goodman was closer than we thought? After a season of squirming to fit in at a respected law firm, Jimmy called a spade a … Read more

Rhea Seahorn as Kim Wexler in "Better Call Saul"

BETTER CALL SAUL ‘Bali Ha’i’ Recap: Kim, Jimmy And a Moscow Mule

BETTER CALL SAUL presented “Bali Ha’i” and you could see Kim Wexler wondering why she lectured Jimmy about the benefits of going straight. Looks like Chuck McGill pushed the right buttons with Howard Hamlin because Kim is out of the dungeon and in a real office with a door. Hamlin, who defers to Chuck, what with … Read more

Jonathan Banks and Bob Odenkirk on "Better Call Saul"

BETTER CALL SAUL ‘Rebecca’ Recap: Hector ‘Tio’ Appears Without the Wheelchair, The Cousins Are Lurking

BETTER CALL SAUL ended ‘Rebecca’, its fifth episode of its second season with a glimpse of some of the most famous boots in dramatic television history. Yes, the BREAKING BAD origin story of Slippin’ Jimmy McGill becoming Saul Goodman introduced the spectre of something so memorable that it could produce chills, without a visual of … Read more