I think with regard to Saul’s storyline, they’re in 2005. I say that bc Mike’s granddaughter makes reference to the Eagles playing in the Super Bowl. So they’re 2-3 yrs away from crossing over into the Breaking Bad storyline.That might be my one complaint. They have really milked this. I thought we would be close a season ago. I think we are extremely close now but? Still appreciate Gilligan's style. Still curious for what happens to those who we never see in BB such as Kim, Nacho, and Lallo.
Some of the lighting and makeup were bad for Jimmy last night too. That's the problem of a prequel with the same actors. Tough to turn back time.First thing I thought last night. Huell has lost some weight.
No. But he did mention being married "been down that rabbit hole" but never any details. Also at some point he's taken out to the desert before BB starts which he references when it happens again.Yes and that's too bad.
Were there ever any suggestions of a Kim Wexler in Saul's past during Breaking Bad?
I was thinking they might, too, which would explain why Saul was so specific about managing a Cinnabon in Omaha. Was he trying to get disappeared close to where Kim was sent?Kim's completely screwed. Here's hoping they use the vacuum guy to find her a new identity as opposed to killing her.
BB was more uneven. You'd have a fantastic 10/10 episode followed by a 5/10. It was up and down. Outstanding overall, but uneven. Saul goes steadily along being never less that a 7/10 but never hits BB's 10/10 peaks.It’s not totally ludicrous to say this is better than Breaking Bad. I’m not sure I fully agree, but it’s not an absurd suggestion.
BCS is more story and character driven, so there’s less suspense and it doesn’t have the same amount of “WTF?” moments as BB.BB was more uneven. You'd have a fantastic 10/10 episode followed by a 5/10. It was up and down. Outstanding overall, but uneven. Saul goes steadily along being never less that a 7/10 but never hits BB's 10/10 peaks.