“Course, they all know me as Saul Goodman.”
“Let’s do it again.”
Netflix’s Cary Joji Fukunaga-helmed new series is a treat for the eyes, the brain, and the soul.
Will Game of Thrones take back the crown? Can The Americans get its due? Is Atlanta a juggernaut? David, Chase, and Sean make their predictions.
Still have fond memories of smoke monsters, the Dharma Initiative, and NOT PENNY’S BOAT? I know I do. So I re-watched the whole series and ranked all 113 episodes.
Well, we’re halfway through the season already.
If there’s one thing Jimmy McGill knows how to do, it’s read a room.
Character development is a tricky thing. Too much of it too quickly and your character comes off like a sociopath or a con artist, flying through life with no morals and no belief system. Too little of it, and you get the protagonist of every Showtime series not named Twin Peaks: a dull, meaningless character who never adapts to their surroundings and remains static and immutable.
Better Call Saul keeps the train moving in another table-setting episode. I guess it’s hard to call them table-setters when they’re more puzzle pieces. Pieces coming together to answer one critical question.
Better Call Saul finally returns, and lets the ash settle.
Here are a few overdue capsule reviews of Netflix & Hulu’s summer offerings. (Spoilers ahead!)