Better Call Saul by The Baltic Effect Would you like to listen to a Better Call Saul pub quiz where listeners send in questions and the hosts of the show type their answers into a computer? And if you aren't suspicious, it can just look like someone broke in randomly for your baseball cards. I can't remember without going back and looking if they ever specified what exactly the pills are. I bingewatched the first season which made it even more enjoyable to watch this new episode. My husband and I were discussing Saul's money situation in Omaha. I can't think of any other references that have been too overt or distracting. It felt very real, though I have never had the option to find out for myself how it might play. I must admit, I have mixed feelings about Kim.
He could probably make better money running cons, but that would risk drawing unwanted attention if he cons the wrong person. There are literally dozens upon dozens, if not hundreds, of threads that can be followed on pretty much anything to do with the show. Someone upthread mentioned that they are getting more curious about Gene. A lot of these podcasts are pretty similar — two white or white-sounding American guys who discuss the episodes. Saul is a very sociable, outgoing guy. Maybe he puts two and two together, but I don't know, he seems an odd mixture of stubborn and clueless.
Had I read something about how awful they are? Playah strikes me as the type of guy just clueless enough to not realize that he had been robbed by Nacho, because I think if he realized that was the case he would have been smart enough not to call the cops. He could also afford to live better, but that might bring attention to himself, too. He's miserable living simply but he's afraid of bring any attention to himself. He is letting a criminal into his car while he takes time to count some money. You could just see it on his face.
I thanked her and walked out slick as you please. Saul only got a cut of the money remember? Saul knew when to leave Albuquerque - but he doesn't necessarily know exactly who might be after him, and that's part of why he's so frightened. He would probably be high on their list as ,with almost everyone else dead, they would want someone related to Walt's ring to use as a scapegoat for the murder of their two agents. That's as far as it goes. They went so well with his high-water pants.
Can someone refresh my memory? There are so many other interesting characters on this show that I hope I don't have to see too much of her. I guess he will have to catch on at some point so that Mike can get back in the game. Did I mention I downloaded the episode 10 show from all of these? And I also sort of loved that Jimmy took the job after turning it down. The cartel probably wouldn't have any interest in killing him and, even if they did, they are all dead. What is it with these podcast dudes that they insist on creating a bad first impression? If yes, this is the podcast for you! What is Price selling to Nacho? Props to Gilligan and Gould for that, and for all the detailed touches that make every episode worth rewatching. Do you want to hear a ten-minute conversation about pimento? You are definitely welcome here, but please keep in mind that untagged Breaking Bad spoilers will be seen here frequently. I knew I had seen the actor before, likely from the Breaking Bad universe, but couldn't place KenWins for certain until I read it here.
Especially enjoyed his sneakers which matched his tricked-out hummer. The tequila Easter egg thing slipped past me, and I had to go back and re-watch the scene and listen a bit more closely when it was mentioned on Talking Saul. It seemed like 15 minutes of conversation and information interspersed with 45 minutes of commercials. Not wood, not bowl, not pipe, but cocobolo desk. I could see Marie hunting him down though. One of the best starts to a podcast on the list. I downloaded over a gigabyte of podcasts to my already cramped phone with the intention of finding the best Better Call Saul podcast.
My thought was it was a message to him saying that he knew who Daniel was and where he lived. However, parts of the shows may overlap and some scenes may be set after Breaking Bad. Welcome to Better Cast Saul! One name jumps out at me — Maria Menounos. Knowing their mark appears on Breaking Bad doesn't add any meaning to that story, either. When Jimmy flipped the light switch I was half expecting something major in the office to turn off and people to yell out.
But the sound quality seems perfect, they encourage listener participation, and at no point did I want to turn off, despite hearing people talk about everything they talked about at least 3 times already. But if this show tried for it, it would probably feel like a knock off. Another reason I love touring Gilligan;s world. So — Maria Menounos good, thumping techno music bad. I think it has just dawned on him when the police started asking questions that he is not as slick as he thinks he is.